GUARANTEED Wine Stability, with ZERO Additives and ZERO Wine Loss!

first_imgVineyard/GrowingWinemaking/OenologyFor a full list of exhibitors, go to You can also follow what’s happening on the trade show floor and conference sessions on twitter #UWGS.Advertisement Pinterest ReddIt Share Previous articleStop by Our Booth to See Our Air Pump “Flip”!Next articleAuction of Washington Wines’ August 2019 Private Barrel Auction to Feature Record Number of Exclusive Wine Lots Trade Show Guide Facebook Twittercenter_img Linkedin TAGSCrossflow MicrofiltrationoenologySTARS MobileSTARS XFTartrate StabilizationWinemaking/Oenology Home Trade Show Guide UWGS 2019 GUARANTEED Wine Stability, with ZERO Additives and ZERO Wine Loss!Trade Show GuideUWGS 2019GUARANTEED Wine Stability, with ZERO Additives and ZERO Wine Loss!By Trade Show Guide – January 15, 2019 70 0 Email AdvertisementFind out how you can get GUARANTEED Wine Stability, with ZERO Additives and ZERO Wine Loss!OENODIA (Booth #2406) will be featuring information on their full STARS Line including the new STARS XF, which combines Crossflow Micro-filtration with their exclusive STARS (Selective Tartrate Removal System) process for TARTRATE STABILIZATION and pH ADJUSTMENT.  Oenodia, one of the world’s leading specialists in membrane-based treatments for the wine and agri-business communities, has initiated the next step in the evolution of wine processing.STARS XF offers a Single-Pass, In-Line Clarification, Filtration, and Tartrate Stabilization process by allowing Centrifuge, Crossflow (XF) and STARS systems to communicate with each other.   STARS-XF which offers the combination of Crossflow with Tartrate Stabilization is the first step of the evolution and is now exclusively available from Oenodia North America.Register your interest in our STARS Mobile Service now operating three units, delivering STARS Stab, STARS pH and now STARS XF to your winery door.OENODIAUWGS Booth: 2406OENODIA is the oenology division of Eurodia Industrie S.A, (France) one of the world’s leading specialists in membrane-based treatments for the agri-food industry.OENODIA provides membrane based eco-processes used for tartaric stabilization, acidification, de-acidification, cross-flow filtration and de-alcoholization of wines.OENODIA’S STARS Line delivers a selection of membrane-based technologies, utilizing their exclusive Electrodialysis technique that safely and effectively removes wine tartrates, and has been proven to enhance wine quality, save power, eliminate wine loss and works with very large volumes.  STARS is available in stationary units and via OENODIA’s STARS Mobile Service which delivers the technologies right to your winery door.For more information call 707-486-4651 or visit us online at Show Guide Explore the 2019 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium featured exhibitors:Business ManagementHuman ResourcesInfrastructureLogisticsMarketingPackagingProductionProduction ServicesSalesTasting Roomlast_img read more

AR glasses company picks up Intel tech

first_img Previous ArticleAT&T sets mobile 5G launch date, reveals pricingNext ArticleSafaricom maintains mobile money dominance EC clears SK Hynix to acquire Intel memory assets Related Apple faces 5G modem wait Tags AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 18 DEC 2018 Steve Costello Devices center_img Wearables company North acquired Intel’s smart glasses technology portfolio, including intellectual property and assets related to a consumer augmented reality (AR) glasses project.The Canada-based company said this will be used “to accelerate an already aggressive R&D programme, advanced manufacturing operation and product roadmap”. Terms of the deal were not announced.Intel has been scaling back its wearables business for some time, ending development of its own smart glasses and other products.North, formerly known as Thalmic Labs, has raised more than $140 million to date, with Intel Capital an existing investor. Stephen Lake, co-founder and CEO, said: “Intel has been deeply supportive of North since early on. This deal highlights their ongoing commitment both to us and the future of innovation in this emerging category.”The deal will give the wearables company nearly 650 patents and patent applications by the end of the year, making it the holder of “one of the most robust smart glasses portfolios in the world”.It was reported in November that North had secured a $24 million investment from the government of Canada to be used building out its manufacturing capabilities in its home town of Kitchener-Waterloo.North is currently ramping activity for its Focus glasses, which include a transparent, holographic display that only the wearer can see.The $999 glasses are custom built and require a trip to a showroom in either Brooklyn or Toronto. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back US chip funding tipped to top $150B IntelThalmic Labs Home AR glasses company picks up Intel tech Author Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more last_img read more