Tech Tidbits From Around NH
Avitide completes vaccine capture resin … and more
Avitide Inc.Lebanon, has announced it has finished development of an affinity bioprocess resin for the purification of recombinant Covid-19 vaccines. The AVIPure-COV2S resin is a capture resin for the majority of recombinant Covid-19 vaccines, the company says.
“Our goal from the outset was to collaborate with vaccine developers and apply the AVIPure platform to quickly create a high-performance bioprocess purification resin that enables manufacturers to increase their efficiency and deliver more doses within existing global manufacturing capacity,” said Avitide CEO Kevin Isett.
AirTank, an e-commerce consultancy based in Peterborough, says it has been adding more clients to its roster in health technology and energy, among other industries. The company says among the new clients are Airadigm, Tivic Health, Flyp and Integrity Energy. The firm works with business-to-business and business-to-consumer firms, including medical device and software makers and home goods and consumer services firms.
Comcast says it plans to increase the download speed on its Internet Essentials package, a program designed for low-income users that offers service for $9.95 a month. Beginning March 1, the company will double internet download speed to 50 megabits per second and increase the upstream speed to 5 megabits per second for all new and existing customers at no additional cost, the company said.
The company recently announced it would give Xfinity customers until this summer to adapt to its new data cap. The 1.2-terabyte cap has been criticized across the Northeast since it was announced last June, but Comcast officials say only a “very small percentage” of customers will be impacted. Customers will not have to pay more if they exceed the 1.2 terabytes limit until August, the company said.