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

ARM future-proofs business with licence to thrill

Simon-Segars-ARMCambridge UK superchip designer ARM hoisted Q1 dollar revenues 16 per cent and sterling pre-tax profits nine per cent year-on-year – but CEO Simon Segars urged shareholders to check out the bigger picture to take even greater heart from the long-term strategy of the business.

Queen’s Awards for Cambridge thoroughbreds

Adder Technology wins Queen's Award for international trade

Cambridge science and technology companies have helped the East of England region to another exceptional haul of Queen’s Awards for international trade, innovation and sustainable development. 

Cambridge technology consultancy up for sale

John-WilsonCambridge UK innovations specialist Elektron Technology plc is up for sale. Offers for the business are being invited up to a May 2 deadline.

Sepura defies forex headwinds as profits and revenue soar

Gordon-WatlingA fresh surge in export business across a broad sweep of territories is driving higher revenues and greater profitability for Cambridge UK digital radio technology specialist, Sepura plc.

MNOs handed keys to M2M technology trillions

Stan-Boland-Neul-CEOA white paper from Cambridge UK wireless innovator Neul and heavyweight industry partners explores two alternative approaches to help Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) find the best technology to optimise Machine2Machine connectivity.

Zapp takes Featurespace to fight payment fraud

Martina-KingUK mobile payments innovator Zapp has turned to Cambridge technology to help the business fight payment fraud.

Big hitters pile into Cambridge economic powerhouse

Hermann-HauserSerial entrepreneurs and university influencers are helping to fashion a powerful new influencing body in the Cambridge UK technology cluster.

Cambridge power behind app throne

Yousoft-and-VPARA Cambridge software business has emerged as the power behind the throne for a dotcom that has won a major UK award for the best sports app.

Plastic Logic power play for IoT and wearables

Indro-MukerjeeCambridge UK technology trailblazer Plastic Logic has formed a new alliance to co-develop low power flexible electronics for the multi-billion dollar IoT and wearables markets.

Lynch lays it on the line for UK innovators

Dr-Mike-Lynch-2014Cambridge technology entrepreneur Mike Lynch will ask whether the UK can continue to punch above its weight in innovation when he delivers a unique lecture in May.

Cambridge entrepreneur makes Internet Hall of Fame

Dai Davies, co-founder of DANTEDai Davies, co-founder of DANTE, the Cambridge UK network technology pioneer, has been inducted into the globally elite Internet Hall of Fame  for his contribution to the development of GÉANT – Europe’s high-capacity internet for research and education.

Ubisense guns for £100m revenues as global headcount soars

Ubisense CEO Richard Green Tracking technology company Ubisense is gunning for £100 million revenues in five years as it aggressively pursues expansion of headcount and territorial reach from its Cambridge UK base following a £4.2m fundraising earlier this week.

Featurespace tech pioneer loses cancer battle

Professor-Bill-FitzgeraldProfessor Bill Fitzgerald, the inspirational co-founder and chairman of Cambridge UK technology business Featurespace, has lost his long battle with cancer.

Nujira raises $20m and opens in California

Nujira CEO Tim HaynesCambridge UK tracking technology business Nujira has raised $20 million (£12.2m) to support production of its Coolteq chips, fund continued development of its long term product roadmap and open a new design centre in Santa Clara in Silicon Valley.

World leader takes Cambridge surveillance software

Cambridge-Pixel-Kelvin-HughesKelvin Hughes, a world leader in navigation and surveillance solutions, is collaborating with Cambridge Pixel in the UK to commercialise a new super sensor.

Cambridge steers nextgen HP Autonomy innovation

Robert-YoungjohnsThe Cambridge UK team is at the heart of next generation software development for global giant HP Autonomy, Business Weekly can reveal.

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