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July 03, 2015 8:05 PM ET

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Company Overview of Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated

Company Overview

Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated provide custom research and development services, technology, expertise, best practices, and intellectual property to Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies, startups, and government agencies and partners. Its focus areas include big data, biomedical devices, clean water, cleantech and energy, content-centric networking, health and wellness, innovation services, intelligent automation, intelligent software systems, optics and optoelectronics, printed and flexible electronics. Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated was formerly known as Xerox PARC, Inc. The company was founded in 1970 and is based in Palo Alto, California. Palo Alto Research Center Incorp...

3333 Coyote Hill Road

Palo Alto, CA 94304

United States

Founded in 1970





Key Executives for Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated

Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Age: 65
Chief Intellectual Property Officer and Vice President
Chief Technology Officer of Cloud and Big Data Futures
Global Managing Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated Key Developments

Palo Alto Research Center Wins $1.8 Million Federal Contract

Palo Alto Research Center, Palo Alto, California, won a $1,803,362 federal contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Arlington, Virginia, for physical, engineering and life sciences related research and development.

PARC Presents at Milken Institute Global Conference 2014, Apr-29-2014 08:00 AM

PARC Presents at Milken Institute Global Conference 2014, Apr-29-2014 08:00 AM. Venue: Lon Angeles, California, United States. Speakers: Stephen Hoover, CEO.

PARC Gets Up To $2 Million from DARPA to Develop Vanishing Electronics

PARC announced it has signed an up to $2 million contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop and demonstrate PARC's disappearing electronics platform (called DUST), with intriguing implications for a variety of military, ecological, and commercial interests. DUST, or Disintegration Upon Stress-Release Trigger, is a technology that allows electronic devices using full-performance microchips to be disintegrated on command, leaving only tiny fragments that are invisible to the human eye. The DUST technology builds on PARC's cutting-edge capabilities in advanced manufacturing, novel electronics, and smart devices. DARPA's goal in its Vanishing Programmable Resources (VAPR) program is to demonstrate electronic systems capable of physically disappearing in a controlled, trigger-able manner. These transient electronics should have performance comparable to commercial-off-the-shelf electronics, but with limited device persistence that can be programmed, adjusted in real time, triggered, and/or be sensitive to the deployment environment. Sophisticated electronics can be made at low cost and are increasingly pervasive throughout the battlefield. Large numbers can be widely proliferated and used for applications such as distributed remote sensing and communications. However, it is nearly impossible to track and recover every device, resulting in unintended accumulation in the environment, potential unauthorized use, and compromise of intellectual property and technological advantage. In addition to military applications, PARC is exploring a wide range of commercial and scientific uses for the DUST technology. One possibility is to help protect personal information such as laptops, mobile phones, e-wallets, and wearables - giving consumers and enterprises peace of mind that their data won't be copied or exploited. The movie industry could also potentially use PARC's DUST technology to protect highly valuable content it produces and distributes every year. In the world of environmental science, DUST sensors could be distributed in large numbers to help measure wide-area phenomenon like weather patterns for hurricane prediction or subtle vibrations that precede earthquakes, and then be effectively removed from the environment with no residual footprint.

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