Russian technology clusters and startups are looking to strengthen links with Cambridge, it emerged at Moscow’s Open Innovations forum held last week.
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Cambridge-California networking technology business Solarflare has triggered an engineering jobs boom in the UK’s innovation capital and taken more space to accommodate the headcount surge. It represents an investment over 10 years of £2.96 million ($4.75m).
Plans to provide an unmanned version of e-Go aeroplanes’ microlight aircraft has been launched through a new partnership between the Cambridge company and Bedford UK neighbour Blue Bear Systems Research.
Cambridge duo Aseptika and Speechmatics took two of the five main prizes at the Discovering Start-ups final for UK wireless innovators yesterday - success which opens up a potential world of new business for the companies.
Communications technology company Sepura has deepened its coffers with a major new credit facility as it also continues to hoist revenues through international sales.
Global electronics heavyweight Samsung has turned to Cambridge technology to help maximise payback from a raft of digital content.
China Mobile – the world’s largest mobile network operator – has expanded its deployment of Cambridge company CCS’ small cell backhaul technology with a new installation in its Fujian Mobile branch.
ARM Holdings reports accelerating royalty growth and strong demand for its technology and will hit market expectations for the final quarter of 2014, says CEO Simon Segars.
Some Cambridge telecoms companies hoping to cash in on Huawei’s decision to build a centre of excellence in the UK innovation capital have been warned by US partners not to deal with the Chinese ICT giant or its compatriot ZTE.
The Cambridge technology cluster is winning the race to establish a de facto standard for M2M connectivity to deliver the full power of the Internet of Things for societal and economic benefit globally – and the holy grail could be secured as early as 2015.
Qualcomm’s $2.5 billion acquisition of wireless technology business CSR may not be a done deal.
An unspecified number of jobs at CSR could be axed following the proposed $2.5 billion takeover of the Cambridge UK wireless technology business by US telecoms giant Qualcomm.
Cambridge UK wireless technology business CSR has been bought by US giant Qualcomm for $2.5 billion (£1.56bn). The real deal blitzes a rival offer from Microchip out of the water.
There was something smoking at Tobacco Dock in London – a new RuneScape adventure from Cambridge UK games developer Jagex that could take the RPG to fresh heights.
Moixa Technology, a developer of residential energy storage solutions, has partnered with Cambridge-based Internet of Things technology pioneer 1248 to deploy innovative energy storage systems across 300 UK homes and offices in London, East Anglia and the South West as well as student accommodation at Brunel University.
Increased returns from global exports and a bullish profits forecast hoisted the UK share price of Cambridge-based Amino Technologies, which supplies digital entertainment solutions for IPTV, Internet TV and in-home multimedia distribution.
- Universally Speaking receives Microsoft approval
- Cambridge cybertech on track for Virgin Trains
- ARM hands IoT innovators early Christmas gift
- Sepura scales into new Cambridge HQ
- ARM and 1248 launch IoT gateway in Valley tech expo
- RealVNC’s Harter is new Cambridge Network chair
- Amino wins US MidWest tech contract
- Bango raising £6 million growth capital
- Zinwave opens San Jose office
- New AlertMe platform to deliver millions of connected homes
- German computer scientists take Cambridge debug software
- Bango losses widen but CEO eyes new business boom
- Netcall shoots high with Liberty balance
- US software veteran takes Darktrace CEO role
- Huawei hiring big to build Cambridge IoT powerhouse
- Neul sold to Huawei for $25 million
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