Tech launched by Clarkson University106 Active Patents
Corning Inc. history in SLC55 yrs
The Tech sector has long found success in the county with sprawling space to build facilities, bright minds to drive innovation, and a collaborative scientific community.
St. Lawrence County is served by state‐of‐the‐art broadband provided through the Development Authority of the North Country’s Open Access Telecom Network.
The Authority’s Open Access Telecom Network (any provider can use the network) is a carrier-class telecommunications network that gives the opportunity for the growth of business among local providers.
Agriculture + Tech
With 200 million dollars generated in annual sales, agriculture is one of the county’s leading sectors. Technology companies will find many opportunities to partner and innovate with the county’s many farmers and growers who are looking to grow and modernize over 100 years of experience.
Opportunity for the tech sector is growing as the use of emerging technologies across manufacturing firms has exponentially increased in St. Lawrence County in recent years. Additional opportunities are available through partnerships with local universities.
A nationally recognized leader in research, the university regularly launches new technology and has sparked a number of tech startups.
SUNY Canton Canino School of Engineering Technology
With 100 years of technology experience, The State University of New York at Canton’s Canino School of Engineering Technology provides industrial clients with customized technical training programs for specific worksite needs including their recently launched mechatronics program.