OEwaves is a Finalist for the Patrick Soon-Shiong Innovation Award 2013
Pasadena, California (October 31, 2013) OEwaves, Inc. (“OEwaves”) is selected as a Finalist in the prestigious Patrick Soon-Shiong Innovations Awards for 2013. Presented by the Los Angeles Business Journal, these awards recognize Los Angeles-based companies at the forefront of technological innovation. There are fifteen companies selected as finalist and only five recipients will be selected for the award.
“This special award program was created with the vision to honor and acknowledge the people and organizations that continue to stretch the boundaries," said Matthew Toledo, Publisher and CEO of Los Angeles Business Journal, the organizer of the Award.
OEwaves transforms novel microwave photonic technologies, from concept to the marketplace, enabling new capabilities in communications, radar, sensors and test and measurement systems. The company’s core technologies include the optical whispering gallery mode resonator and the opto-electronic oscillator. The company’s products include miniature high performance, low phase noise opto-electronic oscillators, ultra-narrow linewidth lasers, and phase noise test measurement systems.
The awards ceremony takes place on November 14 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.
About OEwaves, Inc.
OEwaves, Inc. headquartered in Pasadena, California, is a leader in innovative microwave photonic products and solutions. OEwaves develops and offers state-of-the-art technologies and products in support of radar, communications, and test and measurement systems for military and commercial markets. OEwaves was founded in 2000 and has maintained an Intellectual Property Portfolio of 80 cases, 26 of which were licensed via an exclusive agreement with the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), to establish a secure path in which to develop our initial core technologies. For additional information, please visit www.oewaves.com.
About Patrick Soon-Shiong Innovation Awards
The Patrick Soon-Shiong Innovation Awards recognizes innovative, Los Angeles-based companies. The namesake and inspiration of the award is Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, a ground-breaking medical innovator and successful businessman. His groundbreaking concepts for curing diabetes led to the first nanotechnology-based breast cancer drug, Abraxane, which is credited with saving thousands of lives.
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