Syracuse Tech Garden opens ‘hardware’ center
Posted on June 4, 2019
Syracuse, N.Y. -- The Tech Garden on Tuesday welcomed the first tenant to its new “hardware center,” an area for young companies to assemble their products.
Density, which sells a live data platform that allows businesses to measure how people use spaces, has moved into a 2,200-square-foot area within the business incubator run by CenterState CEO on Harrison Street in downtown Syracuse.
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