Finger Lakes Technologies Group, a voice, data, video, Internet and wireless technologies provider to industries and institutions, named Quinton Parke-Thomas a presales engineer. Parke-Thomas previously served as a presales networking engineer and an ADTRAN advocate at Ingram Micro.
The University at Buffalo Office of Science, Technology Transfer and Economic Outreach named Penny Turrell patent paralegal and compliance specialist. Turrell was previously IP specialist/contract administrator at Praxair. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University at Buffalo and an associate's degree from Niagara County Community College.
Saint-Gobain ADFORS, a fiberglass textiles company located on Grand Island, appointed Craig Toth director, supply chain, and Timothy Horner global product manager.
IVG Digital, a division of the InVentures Group, successfully completed and launched a new website for its client, VascuScript, a Western New York-based, independently owned retail community pharmacy. In addition, IVG Digital has developed websites for the following clients: Li3 Energy, an emerging leader in lithium production in South America; OnCore Golf, a developer of a patented new hollow-metal core golf ball; Infinity Energy, a new leader in wind turbine design; R3 Fusion,developer of patented and disruptive water purification systems; and Graphene Technologies, an emerging leader in the synthesis of bulk graphene materials.
The John R. Oishei Foundation renewed its commitment to Read to Succeed Buffalo with a $115,000 grant in 2012.
Title: "Cutting tool"
Inventors: Quinto, Dennis T. (North Tonawanda); Wohlrab, Christian (Feldkirch, Austria); Ramm, Jurgen (Maienfeld, Switzerland)
Assignee: Oerlikon Trading AG, Truebbach (Truebbach, Switzerland)
Date issued: April 10, 2012