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May 30, 2011 The Bulletin

May 30, 2011 The Bulletin If conventional business models say high-tech companies will spend their first year struggling to define their products and attract customers, then Bend-based Manzama is bucking convention. Since its official launch in January, Manzama’s founders say they have signed up 25 law firms for the company’s Web-based social media search service […]

Elemental, Flir and Jive Software win Oregon Tech Awards

Elemental, Flir and Jive Software win Oregon Tech Awards TechAmerica Oregon, the trade group representing the state’s technology industry, held its annual awards dinner downtown tonight. In the Rising Star Company of the Year… http://blog.oregonlive.com/siliconforest/2011/05/elemental_flir_and_jive_softwa.html

2011 Streaming Media Editors’ Pick

2011 Streaming Media Editors’ Pick Go to: http://www.streamingmedia.com/Articles/Editorial/Featured-Articles/2011 -Editors-Picks-for-the-Best-in-Streaming-Video-74142.aspx

Angel fund boosts fortunes, economy

Angel fund boosts fortunes, economy http://www.oregonbusiness.com/articles/96-february-2011/4738-angel-fund-boosts-fortunes-economy

February 2011 Oregon Business Magazine

February 2011 Oregon Business Magazine Link to story: http://www.oregonbusiness.com/articles/96-february-2011/4738-angel-fund-boosts-fortunes-economy BY BEN JACKLET In 2005, a group of 23 investors put $5,000 each into a modestpool with the goal of backing some of the most promising young companies in Oregon. Throughcollective intelligence and collaborative decision-making, they winnowed 50good companies down to three great ones: Clackamas-based pet […]

Elemental Technologies adds new investment, board member …

Elemental Technologies adds new investment, board member … The unspecified new investment comes from Citrix Systems, a virtual computing specialist. http://blog.oregonlive.com/siliconforest/2011/01/elemental_technologies_adds_ne.html

Oregon venture capital enjoyed renaissance in 2010

Oregon venture capital enjoyed renaissance in 2010 But Sam Blackman, CEO of Portland video encoding startup Elemental Technologies, said investors will remain interested in Oregon for the simple reason that … Jan 20, 2011 http://blog.oregonlive.com/siliconforest/2011/01/diversification_and_hot_techno.html

January 20, 2011 The Oregonian

January 20, 2011 The Oregonian http://blog.oregonlive.com/siliconforest/2011/01/diversification_and_hot_techno.html Oregon venture capital enjoyed renaissance in 2010 Published: Thursday, January 20, 2011, 9:10 PM     Updated: Monday, April 11, 2011,11:10 AM By Mike Rogoway, The Oregonian Oregon enjoyed a welcomeboost of enthusiasm from venture capitalists last year, with startups attractingnearly twice as much outside investment as they did in […]

Elemental Technologies aims to capitalize on Intel’s new …

Elemental Technologies aims to capitalize on Intel’s new … Elemental’s video encoding software, which currently runs just on Nvidia processors, will expand to run on Intel chips. http://blog.oregonlive.com/siliconforest/2011/01/elemental_technologies_aims_to.html

The Oregonian: Elemental Technologies wins backing from Steamboat Ventures, Disney’s VC arm

The Oregonian: Elemental Technologies wins backing from Steamboat Ventures, Disney’s VC arm Elemental Technologies co-founders Sam Blackman (left) and Jesse Rosenzweig in the company’s downtown Portland headquarters. Though new funding has doubled the amount invested in Elemental, it plans to grow slowly while fine tuning its video processing technology. Portland startup Elemental Technologies is getting […]