Cambridge technology great ARM Holdings is backing an exciting new Information Age Gallery at The Science Museum in London. The showpiece opens to the public on October 25.
Wireless, ICT, software and games industry news in Cambridge & the East of England.
A Cambridge UK company developing bug-busting software has launched a new generation version that takes the technology onto the road and into customers’ sites.
Advanced sensor technology from Cambridge-based visualplanet is powering electronics giant Samsung’s innovation museum in South Korea.
Cambridge UK technology allied to the generosity of a food producer in Azerbaijan are combining to save lives of refugees in northern Iraq.
Deutsche Telekom has taken Cambridge UK technology to accelerate digital payment for app store subscribers across Germany and elsewhere in Europe.
A high powered campaign to create more $billion companies in the Cambridge UK technology cluster has intensified with the first three investments from Cambridge Innovation Capital’s £50 million war chest.
Two leading regional technology clusters – Cambridge and SETsquared, whose university business incubators cover the South of England – are urging closer collaboration between all UK tech clusters to accelerate further growth and leadership for the nation in technology and science.
e2v technologies, the Essex UK provider of technology solutions for high performance systems, has agreed to buy a CMOS image sensor specialist for €34.2 million (£27.1m). The deal will further boost e2v’s already impressive image technology capability.
Warren East, former CEO at superchip designer ARM, has become adviser to the board of another high flying Cambridge UK technology company – Cambridge Mechatronics (CML).
A recent £3.3 million fundraising has given Cambridge UK innovation company Elektron Technology a fresh lease of life.
OLED lighting continues to gather momentum and is on track to become a serious competitor to LED lighting by 2016, according to a report from cintelliq, a niche technology consultancy based at St John’s Innovation Centre in Cambridge.
US corporation HP has told Business Weekly that Autonomy and Aurasma – key technology businesses based in Cambridge and London UK – have been spared the axe in a massive global jobs cull.
Wireless technology business Cyan Holdings has conditionally raised £3.5 million from a share placing.
Cambridge technology consultancy Sagentia today revealed the full extent of a constant battle against currency headwinds as it reported falling profits for the six months to June 30; its UK share price opened two per cent lower.
Cambridge wireless technology company CSR saw its share price head sharply south on early UK trading after posting second quarter and first half results that left shareholders unsure whether to laugh, cry or put an alcoholic stimulant on their corn flakes.
Cambridge UK superchip designer ARM Holdings is forecasting a surge in second half orders and revenues as more global technology heavyweights deploy its IP.
- $1.5m Ubisense power play in US
- Mississippi earning for Amino technology
- Ubisense revenues soar 40 per cent as order book swells
- Where going gets tough Dialight gets going
- Imaging technology pioneer ramps up after raising £300k
- Xaar set to bust £130m revenue again
- Cambridge tech cluster in best shape ever, says Hauser
- CRedit360 extends global reporting capability
- 1Spatial lands major aeronautical data deal with MoD
- AVEVA buffeted by currency headwinds
- Innovation keeps Amino strategy on course despite losses
- Tech hothouse guns for slice of $9 trillion IoT haul
- Cambridge must refocus to create more $bn companies says tech boss
- Ellexus boss breezes to inaugural techpreneur award
- ARM and Linaro delivering nextgen Android solutions
- New CEO at Transversal as founder broadens outreach
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