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The Rustbelt is the next Silicon Valley

By Bob Scaccia
Interesting. There is something happening in the midwest. I tend to look for and make wild conclusions. Sometimes I’m right, sometimes I’m wrong. I think I’m right this time. Take a look.
IIoT is at home in the midwest

The Internet of Things is here. We see it from our clients. Everyone wants a […]

August 14th, 2018|Company, Uncategorized|

Angel Investors are substantially more cautious in the midwest

I recently attended a meeting with Northcoast Angel Fund. Great people. This is a group of midwestern angel investors.

We recently had a panel discussion and a question came up regarding midwest vs. west coast investors. I’m sure some may disagree but the interesting consensus was diligence and caution. In the midwest, we tend to […]

July 11th, 2018|Company, Uncategorized|

Best in class IoT provider is in Silicon Valley? How about Cincinnati?

My company is attending and will have a booth at this year’s ‘IoT World’ in you guessed it, California. Silicon Valley to be specific. To try and simplify what I’m about to explain, there are companies that are focused on providing solutions from the ‘edge’ to the ‘cloud’ and companies focused from the ‘cloud’ […]

May 1st, 2018|Company, Uncategorized|

Whoa! Great software and engineering programs surround me!

If you only knew. The list of great universities and colleges in Ohio is extensive! We have a propensity of phenomenal engineering and CS programs in our area. To name a few: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, The Ohio State University, University of Akron, University of Cincinnati, University of Dayton, University of Toledo, […]

April 8th, 2018|Company, Uncategorized|

Video: USA Firmware Wins Greater Akron Chambers 2016 Emerging Business Award

June 2nd, 2016|Company|

Newsletter – April 2016

April 22nd, 2016|Company, Newsletter|

Dealing with EOL, End of Life in Electronics

Contact us at USA Firmware if you need help or have questions.
To the unfamiliar what I show in this picture may be what you think of when you visualize an electronic PCB Assembly. Just to give you a flavor of how much things have changed, this design is probably around 20 years old.

The blue […]

April 11th, 2016|Company, Hardware|