Altech Star Inc., 186 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Building 3, Suite 10, West Windsor 08550; 609-520-9000; fax, 609-520-9005. Anand Natarajan, president. www.altechstar.com.
Software company Altech Star Inc. has moved from 4365 Route 1 to a new office on Route 571 in order to expand. The company and writes software for the financial and manufacturing industries.
SpectraMD USA Inc., 50 Millstone Road, Building 400, Suite 110, East Windsor 08520; 609-336-7733; fax, 609-336-7734. Raj Lakhanpal, founder. www.spectramd.com.
SpectraMD USA, an electronic health records company, moved some time ago from its office on 66 Witherspoon Street to a new address in East Windsor due to the company expanding. The company, which employs about 50 people in East Windsor as well as overseas, still maintains the Witherspoon Street address for mailing purposes.
NRG Energy Inc. (NRG), 211 Carnegie Center, Princeton 08540-6213; 609-524-4500; fax, 609-524-4501. David Crane, president and CEO. www.nrgenergy.com.
NRG Energy Inc., an energy firm based in Carnegie Center, has acquired Energy Curtailment Specialists, one of the largest private demand response providers in North America. ECS offers business customers ways to contribute to energy load reduction during times of peak demand. Energy Curtailment Specialists currently manages demand response across the country for more than 5,000 customers.
Energy Curtailment Specialists’ headquarters will remain in the Buffalo area. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Connecting Products Inc., 36 Titus Avenue, Lawrence 08648; 609-688-1808; fax, 609-228-5808. Anthony Freakes, president.
Connecting Products Inc. has closed its Titus Avenue office. Its listed phone number was disconnected. The company manufactures electrical lead wires and connectors with plants at Ridgefield, NJ, and El Paso, Texas.
Hannover Fairs USA Inc., 2 Research Way, Princeton 08540; 609-987-1202; fax, 609-987-0092. Art Parades, president. www.hfusa.com.
International events organizer Hannover Fairs USA is leaving its Research Way office for Chicago.
Hannover Fairs, which employs 10 to 15 full-time workers, is relocating in order to be closer to O’Hare Airport and its clients who attend trade fairs in the midwest. The company is a subsidiary of German firm Deutsche Messe.
Mercer County Hispanic Association, 195 Nassau Street, Princeton 08542; 609-587-8800.
The Mercer County Hispanic Association has closed its Nassau Street office. MECHA still has offices in Trenton and Hamilton.
Eastern Properties, 4A Cedar Brook Drive, Cranbury 08512; 609-655-5400; fax, 609-395-8441. A. Joseph Stern, president.
Eastern Properties has hired Jeanne Rothenberg as its new executive vice president of marketing and leasing for its Cedar Brook Corporate Center. Prior to joining Eastern, Rothenberg, a 27-year industry veteran, served as vice president at NAI DiLeo-Bram, as well as vice oresident at Grubb & Ellis.
A licensed broker and certified commercial investment member, Rothenberg has represented a broad base, with a specialty in life sciences and technology companies.
iXP Corp., 103 Main Street, Princeton 08540; 609-759-7272; fax, 609-409-7623. William E. Metro, CEO. www.ixpcorp.com.
Security software developer IXP Corporation, based in Princeton Forrestal Village, has hired a new executive team. Joining the firm are new CEO William E. Metro; COO Lawrence D. Consalvos, and senior VP Amy Onder. Metro and Consalvos were original founders of IXP.
During the past four years, IXP has added nearly 100 new positions and by the end of 2013 will have more than 140 employees. Revenues also have increased 50 percent since January, 2012.
In addition to GIS and IT management, the company is being tapped to provide a variety of managed services in the public safety realm. IXP supports utility companies and its global infrastructures, as well as law enforcement and municipalities, colleges and universities, hospitals, and corporations.
Metro was COO of IXP since 2006. Prior to founding IXP, he was a director of international business development for Electronic Data Systems, and director of engineering for MCI Systemhouse.
Consalvos began his career as a police officer in New Jersey and then went on to public safety and corporate executive positions at City University of New York, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Honeywell Corporation, and Electronic Data Systems.
Since joining IXP in 2007, Onder served as in-house counsel and later joined the board of directors. Prior to working at IXP, she was an attorney with Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen LLP in Philadelphia.
One of IXP’s recent contracts was the privatization of the 911 Emergency Call Center in Lawrence Township.
Rosetta, 100 American Metro Boulevard, Suite 201, Hamilton 08619; 609-689-6100. Tom Adamski, CEO. www.rosettamarketing.com.
Marketing agency Rosetta has hired Joe Lozito as chief technology officer. He will be based out of Rosetta’s New York and Hamilton offices.