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Cambridge band of tech brothers back Torchbearers initiative

Richard-GreenThe greatest technology entrepreneurs in the history of the Cambridge UK innovation cluster have formed a band of brothers dedicated to stimulating a new generation of potential billion dollar companies.

Red Gate takes fear out of video conferencing

Red-Gate-using-BlinkPipeRed Gate Software, a global provider of software tools used by over 600,000 SQL Server, .Net and Oracle professionals, says that adopting Cambridge technology BlinkPipe has removed the fear from video conference meetings.

Computer Laboratory carries torch for innovation

The Computer Laboratory – Image courtesy, University of CambridgeCambridge University’s Computer Laboratory is one of the world’s most productive sources of innovation. It has set the compass for corporate technology advances since foundation in May 1937 while spinning out international-class companies of its own at an impressive rate in the last 50 years.

CDP invests in enhanced research centre at HQ

Cambridge Design PartnershipCambridge Design Partnership, the fast-growing technology and design consultancy, is investing over £1.5m in a new R & D centre at its headquarters in Toft.

Ex-CEO recalls ARM’s cash-strapped birth

Ex ARM CEO Sir Robin SaxbyAs ARM’s market cap hit a record high of $22.16 billion last night, former CEO Sir Robin Saxby recalled cash-strapped early days when the Cambridge business survived on a shoestring, directors postponed pay rises and in technology terms it was a one trick pony.

Technology hothouse opens Singapore hub

Miles Upton, who heads the company’s Singapore officeUK technology innovator Cambridge Consultants has kickstarted expansion in Asia by opening a Singapore office.

Cambridge technology a galloping success

Founder and chairman of Total Performance Data, Eamonn Wilmott and horse trainer Jeremy Gask Cambridge technology is set to revolutionise the horse racing industry – boosting the animals’ welfare and enhancing participant experience, according to UK experts.

RealVNC software on more than a billion devices

RealVNC CEO, Dr Andy HarterRealVNC provides remote access software for desktop and mobile platforms enabling users to access and control one device from another.

Cambridge weapon to fight product pirates

New generation anti-counterfeit scannerCambridge Consultants, the UK product development business, has developed a new weapon in the fight against global product pirates.

Productivity benefit from Cambridge power play

Cambridge Consultants' new digital controlled power supplyCambridge innovators have devised a game-changing solution to eradicate costly system downtime in manufacturing, Information Technology and other business segments that rely on maintaining a constant power supply.

Intel incidental to ARM’s own roadmap for growth

Warren EastWhile technology giant Intel continues the search for a new CEO, its Cambridge-based arch rival ARM has had the succession in hand for some time and has already inked in its roadmap to future growth under new leadership.

Freescale powers TTP white space solution

Richard Walker, head of Wireless for TTPCambridge technology innovator TTP is the power behind a new play in delivering high-speed broadband service over white space spectrum.

ip.access rides small cell wave to 1m milestone

Simon-BrownCambridge UK technology specialist ip.access has become the first 3G small cell provider to ship one million residential units.

Innovation hothouse restructures for growth

Change on the radar at PlextekPlextek, the Cambridge UK innovations business, has restructured the group in a bid to leverage more in-house innovation to underpin organic international growth.

Raspberry Pi – the world’s most grown up one-year-old

Eben UptonThe Raspberry Pi micro-computer has proved a sensation in its first year of operation. While redolent of the BBC computer developed by Hermann Hauser, Chris Curry and Cambridge’s ‘micro men’ it is inspiring future generations of bright young engineers.

Improved IT decisions on a large scale

Royce-MurphyReal Status Ltd is based at the Riverside building at Granta Park, Cambridge and also has offices in San Jose, California. Its chief technology is Hyperglance 2.0, which is the world’s first IT modelling and visualisation solution, providing a comprehensive 3D view of an organisation’s entire infrastructure.

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