Archive for December, 2010

Panasonic closes Bristol design centre

Panasonic is to close its semiconductor design centre in Bristol next year. The centre, set up with the acquisition of HP Labs spinout ...

Dialog launches 3D converter chip for mobiles

Dialog Semiconductor, which has its main engineering centre in Swindon, has launched a real time 2D to 3D video conversion chip for portable devices including smartphones and

KTN looking at the ecosystem for the ‘Internet of Things’

On the 28th January there will be a facilitated workshop in London to discuss the ecosystem for the Internet of Things. The event is ...

Leading the way in startup funding

Presentations are available from the recent SiliconSouthWest event The F-Word: Funding for Silicon start-ups. Leading entrepreneurs and venture capital experts met in Bath to look at the  issues of ...

Mixed Signal Verification

Slides are available from the recent DVClub session on Mixed Signal Verification, held in Bristol on Dec 6th with video links to Cambridge and Eindhoven, organised by Mike ...

SouthWest helps highlight Cambridge startups

Judges from the SouthWest were part of the recent Discovering Startups even held by SSW partner Cambridge Wireless. Twenty five startups applied, and the top five were awarded ...

Microelectronics iNet launches

The £2.3m SouthWest Microelectronics iNet project was officially launched last week to support companies with innovative ideas in the region. “Innovation isn't just being on the bleeding ...

TSB opens £2m SME competition for innovation

The Technology Strategy Board has announced a £2m competition to stimulate innovation across its core technology areas to help ensure that small ...

Rohde & Schwarz sees increasing LTE growth in UK

Test equipment supplier Rohde & Schwarz is seeing increasing UK interest in the development of next generation LTE wireless technology. Over two hundred people attended a series of ...

Cobham buys US imaging firm

Wimborne-based defence contractor Cobham plc has bought US imaging firm RVision for up to $48m. RVision, ...
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