Another cyber security company from the Cambridge UK technology hotspot is blazing a trail towards the lucrative US market.
Wireless, ICT, software and games industry news in Cambridge & the East of England.
An exciting partnership between NASDAQ-listed Amdocs and Cambridge UK-based ip.access has triggered a global roll-out in new small cell technology to improve communication capability for a range off enterprises.
UK technology great ARM has joined forces with Cambridge Innovation Capital to invest £5.4 million in Cambridge-based flexible electronics pioneer PragmatIC Printing to accelerate a key development in IoT implementation.
Heavyweight German company Linde Gases has announced a breakthrough in valve design for industrial gas cylinders based on technology from the Cambridge UK innovation heartland.
Cambridge UK technology consultancy Sagentia is considering a £10 million cash return to shareholders following an abortive trawl of potential acquisitions.
UK energy powerhouse Centrica has chosen Cambridge-based CRedit360 to provide a software solution for its global environment, health and safety platform.
Hewlett Packard executives tonight find themselves hurled in front of the wheels of a commercial juggernaut after the UK’s Serious Fraud Office threw out the US company’s fraud allegations against Mike Lynch and former Autonomy executives.
Risk management technology specialist Brady plc has opened up a new world of business from its Cambridge UK heartland.
Nicole Eagan, CEO of Cambridge UK cyber security company Darktrace, was at the White House today advising US President Barack Obama.
Cambridge future gazers at Deloitte have pinpointed gold dust technology segments that could bring significant returns for businesses this year.
Cambridge, which has already spawned around 70 per cent of the world's industrial inkjet technology industry, has given birth to yet another exciting startup in the space – targeting an $8 billion market.
easyJet CFO Chris Kennedy is joining ARM to head up the Cambridge UK chip designer’s financial team.
Frontier Silicon in Cambridge UK has achieved mass market adoption with an upgrade to its award-winning Venice 6.5 Wi-Fi connected audio module, which adds multi-room audio synchronisation technology.
Cambridge Semiconductor has been acquired by Power Integrations, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based supplier of high-performance electronic components used in high-voltage power-conversion systems. No financial details have been disclosed.
Cambridge UK software company AVEVA has bought Derry-based 8over8 Limited for £26.9 million.
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