As ARM’s market cap hit a record high of $22.16 billion last night, former CEO Sir Robin Saxby recalled cash-strapped early days when the Cambridge business survived on a shoestring, directors postponed pay rises and in technology terms it was a one trick pony.
RealVNC provides remote access software for desktop and mobile platforms enabling users to access and control one device from another.
While technology giant Intel continues the search for a new CEO, its Cambridge-based arch rival ARM has had the succession in hand for some time and has already inked in its roadmap to future growth under new leadership.
The Raspberry Pi micro-computer has proved a sensation in its first year of operation. While redolent of the BBC computer developed by Hermann Hauser, Chris Curry and Cambridge’s ‘micro men’ it is inspiring future generations of bright young engineers.
Real Status Ltd is based at the Riverside building at Granta Park, Cambridge and also has offices in San Jose, California. Its chief technology is Hyperglance 2.0, which is the world’s first IT modelling and visualisation solution, providing a comprehensive 3D view of an organisation’s entire infrastructure.
You don’t need an inter-planetary antenna to realise the difference Greg McCray has made to the fortunes of Antenova since he became CEO.
Technology from Intergence, the IT optimisation business based at Granta Park in Cambridge, has literally bridged the ‘Gulf’ for global industry.
For a company just over a year-old Cambridge Healthcare Ltd and its revolutionary personal health record, How are you? (howareyou.com), have packed on an impressive amount of muscle.