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“Kirkland startup is a family affair”

2009990979“Gary and Pamela Hammer did more than help their son Jeremy find a job when he graduated from the University of Washington three years ago.

“The Hammer family decided that was a good time to start a technology company, employing Jeremy, two of his classmates and another son who had been working at Fluke in Everett.

“Now their company, Kirkland-based Ceton, is releasing a gadget that has caught the imagination of digital-media enthusiasts and could find its way into the homes of millions of cable-TV subscribers within a few years.”

Jeremy Hammer,  Austin Foxley, and Alex Faucher are UW CSE students.

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October 5, 2009