Biometric Signature ID to exhibit at 10th Annual State of Technology
Dallas, Texas, – July 26, 2010, Jeff Maynard CEO of Biometric Signature ID (“BSI”) announces that the company will exhibit at the Dallas Technology Council July 27th as part of the 11 recipient companies who have been nominated with breakthrough technology by the Emerging Technology Fund set up by Governor Perry.
Press Release July 26, 2010
The Dallas Regional Chamber’s Technology Business Council and the North Texas Regional Center for Innovation and Commercialization (NTXRCIC) have partnered to show how early stage and start-ups are the future of technology in the North Texas region.
Eleven North Texas regional Emerging Technology Fund (ETF) recipient companies will participate at the Chamber’s 10th Annual State of Technology on Tuesday, July 27th. The Chamber event features a 70-booth exhibit hall and 800-person keynoted luncheon. These client companies will be a featured in an exclusive section of the exhibit hall called the Entrepreneurial Innovation Corner.
Entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to interact with 800 technology and life science professionals and be able to hear the luncheon keynote speaker’s thoughts on the state of the technology industry in North Texas. This year’s keynote address will be given by Chairman, President and CEO of Texas Instruments, Rich Templeton.
“North Texas should be proud of the start-up companies the ETF has funded,” said Freddie Carroll for the NTXRCIC. “Technology will be key to this region’s ability to avoid major effects of the downturn and the ETF entrepreneurs should be applauded for their innovative ideas they are bringing to market.”
The ETF companies will exhibit along with 70 other booths showcasing technology products and services. The companies exhibiting:
• 2Cimple www.2cimple.com
• 21-Century Silicon www.21-centurysilicon.com
• Biometric Signature ID www.bigsig-id.com
• DataInfoCom www.datainfocom.com
• Iridescent Networks www.iridescentnetworks.com
• Modria www.modria-inc.com
• NRG www.nrg-unlimited.com
• Photodigm www.photodigm.com
• SNR Labs www.snrlabs.com
• Texas MicroPower www.texasmicropower.com
• VuComp www.vucomp.com
“The North Texas region has a lot of innovators and businesses that are growing and investing in this region’s technical competitiveness,” said Shannon Clark, managing director of technology business development for the Dallas Regional Chamber. “The event allows industry leaders and companies to interact with one another, discuss innovative ideas and get a preview of technology in the marketplace. “
The ETF investment fund was designed to attract and foster innovative ideas and entrepreneurs in growing market clusters within the State of Texas. In order to succeed, technology focused organizations and the NTXRCIC, work together to promote start-up companies. These companies hire top researchers and talent as well as create economic wealth for this region by establishing roots in Texas.
About the Technology Business Council
The Technology Business Council is comprised of Dallas Regional Chamber member companies and stakeholders in the area’s technology and life science community. The TBC was formed by the Dallas Regional Chamber in 2003 to effectively assemble key leaders and enhance the region’s reputation as a technology and life science leader. The TBC offers a quality environment for participation in: high-level networking with industry executives; focused leadership committees; exclusive industry events and conferences; legislative advocacy and economic development efforts. Through these opportunities, the TBC maintains its mission to develop, promote and sustain the greater Dallas region as a global leader in technology talent, innovation, integration and manufacturing. For information visit www.dallastbc.org.
About the Texas Emerging Technology Fund (ETF)
The Texas ETF is a $200 million initiative created by the Texas Legislature in 2005 at the governor’s request, and reauthorized in 2007 and again in 2009. A 17-member advisory committee of high-tech leaders, entrepreneurs and research experts reviews potential projects and recommends funding allocations to the Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the House. To date, the ETF has allocated more than $132.25 million in funds to 104 early stage companies, and $153 million in grant matching and research superiority funds to Texas universities. For more information about the ETF visit, www.emergingtechfund.com
About the North Texas RCIC (NTXRCIC)
The North Texas Regional Center for Innovation and Commercialization (NTXRCIC) is one of six regional agents for the ETF. The NTXRCIC is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit corporation that works to identify technology-based entrepreneurial ventures that will commercialize emerging technologies, advancing the state’s competitiveness. The NTXRCIC cooperates with industrial, financial, academic, and public agencies to promote the regional entrepreneurial ecology. As a resource to its client companies, the NTXRCIC has a full-time staff, experienced volunteers and a strong resource partner network. For detailed information about the NTXRCIC, visit the web site. www.ntxrcic.org.
To learn more about how BSI solutions can help with your Identity proofing needs visit their web site at www.biosig-id.com where you can also view some of their short video demos.
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