April 4, 2013: Ambernet is a Finalist @ Ericsson MTBC TechQuest 2013

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Ambernet is a finalist at the Ericsson MTBC TechQuest 2013! The selected finalists will present to Ericsson executives on Thursday, April  25, 2013. TechQuest is a forum that matches innovation seekers with innovation providers. It gives small tech companies, university researchers, and industry technologists – Innovation Providers – the opportunity to present their technology-based ideas and business plans to key decision makers at major high tech companies in the Dallas/Ft.Worth area – Innovation Seekers.

About the current TechQuest with Ericsson

Innovation seeker, telecom powerhouse Ericsson, is interested in solutions around cloud computing and communications.  “Ericsson has already made a significant investment in the outcome of their TechQuest and hopes to emerge with strategic partnerships with innovators whose technology is a fit for Ericsson’s strategic plans in cloud computing and communications,” said Chris Croupe, MTBC innovation committee tri-chair and past innovation seeker from MTBC member Alcatel-Lucent. For more information about TechQuest see http://www.metroplextbc.org/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=techquest.

About MTBC

The Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC) is the largest technology trade association in Texas, representing a quarter million employees through its 300 member companies. The MTBC strengthens the North Texas’ technology community by acting as the innovation hub for entrepreneurs, universities and corporations. The MTBC continues to prove that ‘Technology lives here’ by growing future tech leaders with its talent and workforce development initiative, advocating technology’s advancement in governmental arenas, and connecting people and inspiring ideas through its programs and special interest groups. More information about MTBC and its annual Tech Titans awards gala can be found online by visiting www.metroplextbc.org.

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