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PITTSBURGH-Smith Micro Software Inc., a Aliso Viejo-based connectivity and compression software maker, has announced plans to build a new research and development center here.

The 50,000 square-foot facility will house a support center of an East Coast client and data servers. The company plans to employ 230 people, who will be recruited from local schools. The state is offering incentives such as tax credits, nearly $2 million as grant money and job training support to Smith Micro. For the full story, go to Orange County Business Journal.


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