Thursday, May 31, 2007

Taeus seeks higher profile

Started as a home-based business 15 years ago, Taeus International Inc. showed off its new offices in the Presidio building, 1155 Kelly Johnson Blvd., near Interstate 25 and North Academy Boulevard, during an open house today.
Art and Kathleen Nutter started the company to focus on reverse engineering of semiconductors and electronic systems to provide evidence in patent infringement, litigation and licensing cases. Taeus, which is an acronym for tearing apart everything under the sun, now employs 30 full-time staffers and has contracted with 246 engineering consultants in Colorado and more than 2,000 worldwide in the past 15 years.
"In the last 15 years, Taeus has directly impacted the Colorado Springs community by providing well-paid consulting jobs to almost 250 engineering professionals and technical subject matter experts in the area," said Glenn Wheeler, the company's vice president of engineering.

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