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OK, now Boise has 5G cellular service

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Portions of the Treasure Valley – including unspecified parts of Meridian as well as a number of locations in Boise – now have access to 5G cellphone service through Verizon. The announcement was expected. Verizon has been installing the small ...

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Controller about to award contract to Deloitte for mainframe migration project (access required)

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Idaho state government is one step closer to migrating off its IBM mainframe, with the intention to select Deloitte Consulting to provide integration services for its Luma contract. Luma is the planned enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for the Idaho State ...

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Boise’s unique locomotive maker once employed 750 people. Now its factory is closing

Locomotive manufacturer MotivePower Inc. will close its Boise plant, its parent company says, marking the end of an unique industrial role for Boise. The parent, Wabtec Corp., formerly Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corp., said the Boise plant’s manufacturing operations would ...

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Catching up with ClickFunnels as it guides internet commerce (access required)

Want fries with that? If so, you’ve just used a funnel, a sales technique that made ClickFunnels one of the most successful companies in the U.S. The five-year-old Eagle-based software company recently ranked 440 on the Inc. 5000 list of ...

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Coeur d’Alene energy storage company looking to site 2,000-employee battery factory

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A Coeur d’Alene company is developing battery storage technology similar to that of Tesla Inc., which could lead to a manufacturing facility being sited in the state with up to 2,000 jobs. The company, KORE Power, produces lithium ion batteries ...

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SMHeuristics, Megaforce poised to formalize relationship (access required)

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With two Idaho companies signing memorandums of understanding (MOU) with Taiwanese manufacturer Megaforce, will Boise-based sales and marketing company SMHeuristics be next? In June, Megaforce signed an MOU with Meridian manufacturer PKG User Interface Solutions, while in September Megaforce signed an ...

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Startup Joule Case powers past funding goal (access required)

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An energy storage company had so much interest in its first round of funding that it exceeded its goal. “Funding is going really well,” said James Wagoner, CEO of Joule Case, in an email message. “We met our $500K goal ...

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