Semtech Corp. has invested in a company that uses its technology to track COVID-19 infections.
Palmdale has applied to be the location of the headquarters for the U.S. Space Command.
A division of staffing and technology consulting firm ASGN Inc. has won a contract to develop a legacy consolidation system for military health records.
Online auction site Bids.com, based in Valencia, has completed its first round of financing.
InVia Robotics has been selected by e-commerce services provider Kantsu to provide autonomous mobile robots for its primary distribution center in Osaka, Japan.
Zobrist Software Group, an e-commerce software provider in Woodland Hills, has announced a partnership with CoreMedia, a German content management platform developer.
BioSolar Inc. has filed a patent application for a process to protect its high-power batteries for use in power tools and hybrid electric vehicles.
Semtech Corp. beat Wall Street expectations on adjusted earnings and revenue in the fiscal first quarter.
ServiceTitan, the software developer for contractors, has acquired Pointman, a similar company that allow contractors to access data in the field using a mobile device.
Interlink Electronics Inc. reported a net loss and a decrease in revenue in the fourth quarter.
NetSol beat earnings estimates while Velocity missed in its first quarter as a public company.
Qualstar Corp. reported first quarter results that showed the impact from the coronavirus pandemic.
SaalexIT, the information technology division of Saalex Corp. in Camarillo, has acquired managed service provider Valeo Networks for an undisclosed amount.
Optical communications company Source Photonics has raised $40 million to grow its data center and 5G business and to enhance its existing product lines.
Qualstar Corp. announced Thursday it will voluntarily delist from the Nasdaq and suspend its public reporting obligations.