tech garden


Tue July 22, 2014

Syracuse's Tech Garden receives needed upgrade

Seth Mulligan, Tech Garden Innovation Services vice president, loading websites in an instant with the facility's new fiberoptic capacity.
Ellen Abbott WRVO

Technological times have changed since the Tech Garden set up shop on Warren Street in Syracuse almost ten years ago.

Six months ago, the technical infrastructure at the Tech Garden was sadly lacking.

"The projection wasn’t widescreen, it wasn’t high-definition," said Seth Mulligan, Tech Garden Innovation Services vice president. "The Internet was crashing and it was slow.”

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Tue January 15, 2013
The Upstate Economy

New startup competition underway in Syracuse

Bea Arthur, founder of Pretty Padded Room, introduces herself on the first day of Startup Labs.
Ryan Delaney WRVO


Mon December 3, 2012

60 seconds on the clock, a pitch for co-founders

Participants pitch their ideas for startups with the hope of gaining teammates at Startup Weekend.
Ryan Delaney WRVO

Microphone in hand, hopeful entrepreneurs began their pitches: a way to track when the next bus is coming, a more portable sailboat, a social network for food lovers.

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Wed November 21, 2012

Syracuse working to hit critical mass to grow startup community

Eric Hinman, a co-founder of Rounded Development, listens to presentations during the company's regular Friday Sparkbook session.
Ryan Delaney WRVO

It’s a Friday afternoon at the Technology Garden, a business incubator in Syracuse. The dozen or so staff members of software design company Rounded Development are sitting around on couches, chowing on Dinosaur Barbeque take-out and chatting up ideas for new products.

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Mon March 12, 2012
The Upstate Economy

Ephesus pioneers stadium LED lights for Syracuse racetrack

Ephesus president Joe Casper explains the technology behind his company's new stadium LED lighting.
Ryan Delaney WRVO

With the slide of a dimmer switch, Syracuse-based Ephesus is hoping to turn stadiums on to the next big thing in lighting.

Friday morning, Ephesus president Joe Casper used high-tech LED lights to show off the shine on two antique cars at the state fairgrounds. 

“We are looking at the most advanced technology and that’s the thing that we’re so excited about with this,” he says.

Amount of time Casper and his team of engineers needed to design the lights?

Just eight weeks.

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