|In 2004, UCI researchers developed software to make the displays of multiple computers behave as if they were one very large, very high resolution display system, like a Sony Jumbotron built from commodity components. The work earned a grant from the National Science Foundation. In 2007, university officials introduced Mr. Greenberg to 2 of the key researchers. In 2008, he founded Hiperwall to commercialize the technology and signed a global, perpetual, exclusive license with the university. Since that time, Mr. Greenberg managed the transformation of the academic research into a global business without the use of any external investment. Today, Hiperwall has customers in 58 countries around the world with annual revenue well into the millions of dollars.
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|UCI researchers developed a system that can calculate the results of an organic chemistry reaction. They used this technology to develop an application that allows students to see the results of simulated organic chemistry experiments. They then added the ability to assign problems to students as part of an organic chemistry class. In 2010 Mr. Greenberg negotiated a global distribution agreement with John Wiley & Sons, who now offer Reaction Explorer as a companion to their organic chemistry textbooks on a worldwide basis.|
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