Boston, MA 10/15/2014 (wallstreetpr) – Turtle Beach Corp (NASDAQ:HEAR) which is an audio solutions provider for the video games industry announced on 14th October that its newly introduced “Recon 320” brand of headsets compatible with both PC and mobile handset usage is now available in retail stores and online retailers. The newly introduced product carries a hefty ticker price of $79.95. It comes loaded with features like “Dolby 7.1 surround sound and immersive surround sound” functions. The head set is being positioned as a light weight product which can effectively isolate noise around the ear, thanks to its unique design. The design and the comfort factor achieved by the device are likely to build demand for the product amongst gaming enthusiasts, the tech firm feels.
Share price of Novavax, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVAX) jumped up by nearly 6 percent during trading on 14th October after the drug maker disclosed that it has initiated the enrolment of patients who will be participating in its phase 2 clinical testing of drug candidate “RSV F-protein nanoparticle” which is being developed as a vaccine candidate for respiratory diseases. The phase 2 tests are designed to administer the drug candidate in nearly 1600 elderly patients and will be conducted in more than 10 laboratories across U.S.
Barracuda Networks, Inc. (NYSE:CUDA) announced that it has launched a new back up platforms called “Barracuda Backup version 6.0 and the New Barracuda Backup 995.” The new product sets are designed to offer new features and added functionality to customers who are operating in the cloud and hosted infrastructure environments. The new solutions boast of “72 TB usable storage capacity and a 32 TB suggested backup volume.” They also allow users to manage and operate the equipment from local access points. The solution also offers its customers an “local and offsite data backup and disaster recovery” functionality.