A Cambridge company whose technology powers gaming and slot machines across the planet is bidding to raise up to $8 million with a float on the UK’s AIM market.
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Young turks are hitting the boardrooms of Cambridge technology companies in record numbers and helping to driving unprecedented growth in the cluster.
Cambridge technology is set to revolutionise the horse racing industry – boosting the animals’ welfare and enhancing participant experience, according to UK experts.
Just 84 hours into his new CEO role and 16 years after his first taste of the Cambridge technology cluster, Stan Boland is adamant that wireless business Neul can be the UK innovation capital’s “next big thing.”
Neul, the Cambridge wireless technology pioneer, has appointed a new CEO to steer the business to global leadership – former Acorn, Icera and Element 14 boss Stan Boland.
Technology from Suffolk company Fern Communications is being used to enhance radio communications during essential fuel tank and bilge cleaning operations carried out on all Royal Navy vessels by Serco.
It is just 30 years since the launch of the first mobile phones, yet over six billion people now have one. But we are now on the threshold of a far bigger global shift in the use of wireless technology, which could see over 50 billion devices and physical objects connected.
Cambridge Consultants, the UK product development business, has developed a new weapon in the fight against global product pirates.
Cambridge UK technology innovator Cronto Ltd and comdirect bank AG, a leading direct bank in Germany with over 1.7 million customers, have come up with a new weapon in the fight against hackers.
A dotcom launched today at the heart of the Cambridge technology cluster aims to leverage sports gadgets and fitness tips to counter health and related problems in the UK, which the founders say has “one of the most inactive populations on earth.”
Cambridge UK technology twosome Zinwave and Breathing Buildings have been named as finalists for the Red Herring 100 Europe elite.
A large carmaker has deployed technology from Cambridge-based Ubisense to drive efficiencies across its manufacturing facility in France.
CEO Greg McCray, who has helped grow Antenova Ltd into a global concern, has left the Cambridge UK wireless technology business as it executes a new strategy to target the burgeoning Machine2Machine and connected device markets.
Billions of web pages from millions of websites, as well as public Facebook posts and tweets, are being preserved for time immemorial thanks to a technology initiative at Cambridge University Library in the UK and five other major libraries.
Global sales have doubled of a tracking system that combines geographic information systems technology from Ubisense in Cambridge UK with the power of Google Maps for Business.
Cambridge innovators have devised a game-changing solution to eradicate costly system downtime in manufacturing, Information Technology and other business segments that rely on maintaining a constant power supply.
- Cambridge inventor helps ringfence Apple IP
- Cambridge IoT breakthrough worth the weight
- Cambridge over the moon at lunar housing coup
- Transatlantic business opens Cambridge base
- Inventor of flying bike to appear at Nerve
- Rio target for Cambridge radar technology
- Neul in Google’s Africa white space trial
- Cambridge Consultants opens in Singapore
- Wireless procurement on trial at Old Bailey
- ARM takes Business of the Year glory
- Small cell pioneer raises £4.5 million
- Bango shares fall as losses deepen
- Ubisense may return for more funds
- East goes west as ARM heads north
- Cambridge Angels and Tech City join forces
- €10m ESA contract for e2v
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