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Wireless, ICT, software and games industry news in Cambridge & the East of England.

Neul sold to chinee for $25 million

Neul CEO Stan Boland Chinese technology heavyweight Huawei has bought Cambridge UK based IoT business Neul for $25 million.

Loan arranger and Cronto ride again to fight financial fraud

Igor-DrokovCambridge UK technology continues to change the world as Dutch company Rabobank harnesses IP from Cronto in a new security device designed to provide the strongest barrier yet to online financial fraud.

Weightless unveils ‘killer’ open standard for IoT

Professor William Webb, CEO of the Weightless SIGThe Weightless SIG in Cambridge UK has rolled out the first in a planned series of initiatives set to revolutionise Internet of Things connectivity.

Bango and Amazon win German mobile app deal

Bango CEO Ray AndersonMobile payments technology firm Bango, based in Cambridge UK, has joined forces with Amazon to clinch a major piece of business in Germany.

Tech brothers in arms boost Korea security

David-Johnson-PixelCambridge UK radar technology neighbours Cambridge Pixel and Blighter Surveillance Systems have joined forces to further tighten security along the Korean demilitarised zone.

Ubisense cashes in on Google Maps alliance

Richard-GreenThe world of location intelligence technology has opened up big time for Cambridge UK business Ubisense – and a key alliance with Google is clearly helping to hook new customers.

Quixant scales in US and opens up China

Quixant Chief executive Nick Jarmany Cambridge UK gaming technology business Quixant has expanded its team and operations in Las Vegas and opened up fresh opportunities in China.

Zinwave boosts 4G reach at 9/11 New York museum

Wireless technology from Cambridge UK being used US 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York CityWireless technology from Cambridge UK has optimised 4G coverage in one of the largest underground locations in the US – the recently launched 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City.

AVEVA reviews headcount plans as millions wiped off shares

AVEVA CEO Richard Longdon - currency headwinds warningCambridge UK software company AVEVA saw millions wiped off its value after issuing a profits warning, citing a forex battering allied to rental revenue delays. The company is having to throttle back on global recruitment plans until the situation settles.

Lynch: court filing shreds HP’s Autonomy ‘fraud’ claim

Autonomy founder Mike LynchAutonomy founder Mike Lynch has fired a torpedo at HP that he believes holes fatally the US company’s claims that it was defrauded in buying the Cambridge UK technology business.

Elektron shares rise as new business opens up

Chief executive of Elektron  John WilsonCambridge product innovator Elektron Technology plc saw its UK share price rise six per cent on early trading after reporting several new business opportunities along with a solid set of interims for the half-year to July 31.

Google backs Cambridge smartphone for the blind

Soraya Jones, CEO of Cambridge WirelessA Cambridge UK wireless technology startup that has developed a smartphone for the blind has turned the heads of Google and looks set to land multi-million pound investment.

Cambridge University breaks investment record

Charles Cotton - a member of the Cambridge Enterprise Investment CommitteeThe University of Cambridge is raising a third enterprise fund this month having broken its early stage investment record for a second year running, approving nine seed fund investments for a total of £2.7 million – an increase on the £2.3m invested in 2012/13.

Brady powers ahead in global energy sector

Brady CEO Gavin LavelleCambridge software business Brady plc saw its UK share price nudge northwards in early trading after a strong sales performance in the first half of 2014.

Female CEOs in historic San Francisco mission

Cambridge entrepreneur Sherry Coutu - historic US missionCambridge entrepreneurs Sherry Coutu and Dr Claire Cooper are involved in an historic first mission to San Francisco involving 17 female UK CEOs as part of the Silicon Valley Comes to the UK initiative.

Ferrari drives graphene breakthrough with Plastic Logic

Nerve-Indro-MukerjeeA Cambridge UK alliance has taken its first step towards the implementation of graphene and graphene-like materials into flexible electronics.

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