Wasn't that the DEC facility that also had the 2-D barcode on the wall
at the entrance to the facility ?
The one that local management replaced with some meaningless management
Yes, that's the one. I can't remember the original text, but it was
Then management replaced it with "CUSTOMERS WIN WHEN WE DELIVER".
Rooting out all remaining traces of the previous regime.
Seems the latest regime as removed traces of the previous regimes again, too.
Other replies, in no particular order...
Dyn was located in Manchester for many years, and AFAIK its founding
and early operation was folks from WPI, and unrelated to DEC.
Oracle acquired Dyn some years ago, rolling parts into their Cloud offering.
And as for why Dyn is now located on Oracle Drive, Oracle seemingly had
available office space off Spitbrook Road.
Oracle acquired that Spitbrook Road property from DEC, around the time
of the Rdb sale.
The former ZKO3 building (westernmost) was renumbered as 100 Innovation
Way, ZKO1 (center) became 200 Innovation Way, and ZKO2 (easternmost,
nearest the FEE) as 300.
Looks like there's now an outdoor seating area located next to the
pond, which is a nice touch.
And as other replies have mentioned, the non-paged pool sign (and a
granite bench) were removed.
DEC had previously also occupied 10 Tara Blvd (TTB) to the west of the
Radisson hotel, but exited that building ~20 years ago, or more. There
were other DEC sites in Nashua, including on Cotton Road, Amherst
Street, and Northeastern Blvd.
What didn't have a street name is now Innovation Way and Digital Way in
Nashua, DEC Marlborough had Iron Way (now Results Way and Value Way,
and the site of "The Bubble" looks to be a condo complex), Apple has
Infinite Loop, various other folks have their own street names. Etc.
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