Silicon Valley Space Business Roundtable Adds 2 Members

The Silicon Valley Space Business Roundtable has added two new organizational members: Taksha University and Boreal Information Technologies.

Taksha University

Founded as Taksha Institute in 1976, Taksha University is a dynamic, not-for-profit, independent institution of higher learning, engaged in research projects and education activities. Our teaching staff consists of carefully selected, highly qualified instructors who offer a wide range of experience and talent to meet the varied needs of our community, as well as serving professionals in academia, healthcare, government service, industry and business, and other walks of life.

Taksha specializes in tailored, short-term, university-level classroom instruction to accommodate students who are working adults with limited time during the workweek. We also offer classes for a broader audience, to provide education or training to those who seek to extend their experience and knowledge base in specific topic areas. Our courses range from 6-40 hours in duration, typically over the course of 1-5 days.

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Boreal Information Technologies

Boreal Information Technologies/Space Systems Division provides world-class engineering expertise in defining, designing, testing, integrating and deploying robust space systems for NASA, Lockheed Martin, the Department of the Navy, US Air Force and others. Our consulting services include Systems Engineering, Satellite Communications, Electro-Optical Payloads, Guidance Navigation and Control, Flight and Ground Software, Test Engineering and Mission Operations. Boreal is headquartered in Pleasanton, CA focusing on strategic partnerships with Silicon Valley aerospace leaders, while maintaining concurrent relationships with other US and international aerospace interests.

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