Cambridge cloud computing business Arcus Global has extended its presence on the Government’s G-Cloud III framework. It has bolstered its capability in the public sector through a tie-up with Amazon.
Nujira Ltd, the world’s leader in Envelope Tracking (ET) technology, has signed a partnership agreement with NASDAQ-quoted LTX-Credence Corporation, a global provider of market focused, cost-optimised semiconductor test solutions.
Cambridge Intelligence bounds into Business Weekly’s Killer50 for the first time – breaking into the hottest half-century of disruptive science & technology companies in the European-leading Cambridge cluster.
Amino Technologies plc, the Cambridge business specialising in digital entertainment technology for in-home multimedia distribution, has won a rebate on international tax of nearly £1 million.
Online antibodies powerhouse Abcam plc has shown the altruistic face of the Cambridge UK technology community.
Abcodia, the biomarker validation company with a focus on cancer screening, has appointed Olle Nilsson as its consultant to provide industry related expertise.
Cambridge based Plastic Logic has won the Elektronik Optoelectronic Product of the Year 2013 Award in Munich for its full colour flexible plastic displays.
Cambridge-based innovative technology business RealVNC has launched a viewer for Google Chrome™ that allows users to remotely access their computers wherever they are in the world.
Cambridge pharma technology business Vernalis plc is reaping a rich harvest from its tie-up with Roche Group company, Genentech.
Cambridge technology is at the heart of innovation being heralded by Telecom Italia as European and world firsts in smartphone, tablet and PC care and capability.
Personalised medicines pioneer Horizon Discovery has been named ‘Most Promising Company’ at the Personalized Medicine World Conference 2013 in California.
A Cambridge leader in text mining technology has added advanced chemistry functionality to its market-leading software platform.
TeraView, the Cambridge UK pioneer and leader in terahertz solutions and technology, has secured a major coup with a top US physics laboratory.
Martina King, the powerhouse executive who took augmented reality technology startup Aurasma from zero to hero in a year before quitting in the wake of HP’s takeover of the Cambridge UK business, has become CEO of the company dubbed ‘the new Autonomy’ – Featurespace.
Cambridge technology company blinkx has posted record first half revenues – up 84 per cent to $82 million.
The largest hospital in the Netherlands, Erasmus MC Hospital, has chosen DAS technology developed by Zinwave, a Cambridge UK company, for its in-building TETRA and cellular network requirements.
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