An expanded portfolio of connected home technology is being unveiled by Cambridge UK innovator Amino at the IBC 2014 conference and expo in Amsterdam from September 11-16.
Wireless, ICT, software and games industry news in Cambridge & the East of England.
Wireless pioneer CSR reveals that Arizona-based Microchip Technology Incorporated is likely to pay cash if a deal is struck to acquire the Cambridge UK business.
CSR’s revelation that it is in takeover talks with Microchip Technology Inc has aroused the interest of other potential acquirers and could trigger a global bidding war, Business Weekly has been told.
Cambridge UK wireless pioneer CSR, one of the technology cluster’s 14 $1 billion companies, is in talks with US giant Microchip Technology Inc about a possible acquisition by the American business.
Cambridge UK wireless technology pioneer CSR and California innovator Lenovo have teamed up to launch new Smart TVs – the world’s first TVs with fully featured Bluetooth Smart remote controls.
Inkjet printing industry greybeard Alan Hudd, formerly with Domino and Xennia, has created a new company in Cambridge that he believes has the opportunity to follow the path of neighbours Xaar and Domino to global greatness.
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.
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.
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- Autonomy Cambridge escapes HP jobs cull
- Cyan raises £3.5 million from new placing
- Sagentia creates jobs safe harbour in US to fight Forex storm
- Back to the future as CSR transitions
- ARM chips with everything as shipments surge
- $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
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