Updated January 22, 2009
Several other firms with major presences in North Carolina also crack list. Among them: NetApp, which finished first, Cisco, Novo Nordisk, Cary-based Kimley-Horn and law firm Alston & Bird.
Updated October 29, 2008
NCSU's Virtual Computing Lab, IBM team up for cloud computing initiative to make available more educational resources, computing power.
September 4, 2008
The North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) announced this week that Senator Richard Burr will be a featured speaker at its annual National Leaders Symposium later this month in Washington, D.C.
Updated May 15, 2008
One tenant, albeit a big one, and 1,000 jobs pledged over a decade-long commitment at Kinston proves GTP backers right after nearly $90 million in state and federal subsidies?
May 13, 2008
Aberdeen Group report lists Red Hat 21st, SAS 30th, says demand for solutions offered by SAS is expected to grow.
Updated March 9, 2008
As part of branding campaign, co-founder of data storage and technology firm also unveils new logo, Web site. The ‘whole shebang’ is changing, writes David Hitz in corporate blog. Moves come as NetApp shares give up half of value.
February 14, 2008
Network Appliance to focus less on banks as customers, according to Dan Warmenhoven. Company also continues to add employees.
Updated January 31, 2008
Long-time company president takes on role as vice chairman.
Updated January 23, 2008
Other regional tech-related firms on list include NetApp, Alston & Bird, Deloitte & Touche, Ernst & Young.
September 24, 2007
Company will break ground on Monday for a fourth building at its Triangle campus.
Updated May 8, 2007
North Carolina, Wake County team up for as much as $18.2 million in incentives to land project. NetApp will double its workforce in RTP.
Updated May 8, 2007
Announcement could come today. Wake County is preparing tax package as well. NetApp mulls offers from N.C., Pittsburgh for potential of 646 new jobs.
Updated May 2, 2007
Network Appliance Inc., a leader in advanced networked storage solutions, said Tuesday that FirstHealth of the Carolinas has consolidated its data center applications and storage appliances onto NetApp unified storage solutions.