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Inficon, CenterState CEO, Onondaga County leaders react to the $40 million tech-hub award

Hannah Henley (right), president of Inficon Inc. in DeWitt, addresses those gathered at Inficon for Tuesday’s announcement that the NY SMART I-Corridor Tech Hub had won a federal award of $40 million to “further position Upstate NY as a semiconductor center for the world,” per the office of U.S. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D–N.Y.). The senator (left) announced the funding and is pictured here watching as Henley spoke. (Eric Reinhardt / CNYBJ)

DeWITT, N.Y. — Hannah Henley, president of Inficon Inc. in DeWitt, says she came to Central New York from out of state about 18 years ago for a “really great engineering education” and never thought she would stay in the region. She landed a job working at Inficon and has been in the area ever […]

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