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SANTA FE – Deep Web Technologies, a company born in Los Alamos in 2002, continues to thrive two years after moving to Santa Fe. The company now has 20 employees, up from 12 at that time.
Company founder and President Abe Lederman still lives in White Rock and commutes to Santa Fe. With two children in the Los Alamos Schools, he has no plans to relocate. He’s happy with the arrangement, he said during an interview in his office Monday.
“Santa Fe has been a better place for recruiting people,” he said. “I also struggled to find office space in Los Alamos.”
Deep Web’s offices in Santa Fe are on the second floor of building on North Guadalupe Street near Paseo de Peralta that has a FedEx Kinko’s and a coffee shop on the ground floor.
Lederman worked for several years at Los Alamos National Laboratory, but said the lack of a lab connection was a factor in locating the business.
“We don’t do any work with the lab, or in New Mexico for that matter,” he said. As an aside, he added, “The lab could use our technology,” blaming “the not-invented-here syndrome” for the missed opportunity.
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