Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire
Richard named general manager at XMA Corp. … and more
New London-based Orange Photonics has released a new mobile monitoring feature for its LightLab 3 Cannabis Analyzer that it
says gives users the ability to track sample test progress and view results from a smartphone. The company also said the analyzer can now monitor Delta-8 THC (D8-THC), a popular cannabinoid found in hemp-derived cannabis products that is often hard to distinguish from another cannabinoid, D9-THC, since they are similar in structure, said Dylan Wilks, Photonics’ chief technology officer.
Peter Richard has been promoted to general manager of XMA Corp., Manchester, overseeing day-to-day operations of the facility. A 15-year employee of XMA, he “has provided leadership talent and senior staff guidance that has allowed XMA to grow into new markets, new product development activities and undertake major fiduciary programs,” said XMA CEO Marc E. Smith. The company is a global supplier of RF Microwave components.
The New Hampshire Department of Education has begun using Esper Regulatory Technologies’ policy management platform to support its regulatory work, the Austin, Texas-based company announced. The platform will allow the department to centralize its administrative rules process, said Steve Appleby, director of the Division of Educator Support and Higher Education.