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  • James Cotton features in Leaders Council podcast with Geoff Hurst

    Listen to James’ and Geoff’s thoughts on leadership and the role it has played in their careers to date.

    added by Onespacemedia 1 min Read
  • Green innovation and IP in the UK post-COVID-19: part one – green energy

    As the UK experiences a record number of coal free days, we launch the first piece in our series, Green innovation and IP in the UK post-COVID-19, exploring drivers of ‘green’ innovation in energy, materials, processes and more. Will the COVID-19 pandemic impact development or protection of green innovation?

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 3 min Read
  • Chronos Technology launches ‘CHRONOSec™’ Cyber Security Audit Services

    Chronos Technology, the UK’s leading resilient sync and timing expert, has launched a range of tech security audit services, ‘CHRONOSec™’, that focus on the vulnerabilities of Operational Technology (OT) to GNSS denial or interference.

    added by Chronos Technology 2 min Read
  • CW Member, Link Microtek products used at Nightingale hospitals

    Whilst so many people much closer to the sharp end in these troubled times are doing much more we're proud to have helped in a small way. We routinely supply telecoms products like antennas and various components to the MNOs and their sub-contractors and it's good to know that our products are being used to provide the necessary extra coverage at Nightingale hospitals in London, Harrogate & Birmingham. Our thanks go to the NHS and emergency services for putting themselves at risk to help us all.

    added by Link MicroTek 1 min Read
  • Plextek wins DASA contracts to fast track autonomous vehicles in challenging environments

    Plextek DTS has been awarded two contracts under the latest Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) challenge to boost how autonomous vehicles and systems operate in challenging environments.

    added by Plextek 1 min Read
  • The Top Tech Gadgets for Health To Get You Through COVID-19 as Recommended by Our CEO

    In light of the recent pandemic and effect it has had on businesses around the globe, COVID-19 has got our CEO, Mark Thomas thinking about how he monitors his own health and wellbeing at home.

    added by Coderus 5 min Read
  • Impact of Covid-19 extensions on third party rights to use patents in Canada

    There is no denying the worldwide impact of COVID-19 and the resultant challenges faced by businesses. In view of these extraordinary circumstances, most patent related deadlines in Canada that were due on or after March 16th, 2020, have been voluntarily extended by the Commissioner of Patents to June 1st, 2020, with the possibility of further extensions if circumstances continue.

    added by Marks & Clerk 5 min Read
  • Coronavirus: our business continuity plan

    Mills & Reeve is doing everything it can to ensure it is business as usual.

    added by Mills & Reeve LLP 1 min Read
  • Building a life-saving ventilator at lightning speed

    Cambridge Consultants today unveils Veloci-Vent, a sophisticated emergency ventilator designed and built at the request of the UK Government for use in the treatment of COVID-19.

    added by Cambridge Consultants 4 min Read
  • CW Member Nokia achieves world-record 5G speeds

    Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced it has achieved the world’s fastest 5G speeds in its Over-the-Air (OTA) network in Dallas, Texas. Utilizing 800 MHz of commercial millimeter wave 5G spectrum and Dual Connectivity (EN-DC) functionality, Nokia achieved 5G speeds of up to 4.7 Gbps in tests performed on base station equipment being deployed in major U.S. carriers' commercial networks. This solution will not only provide subscribers with unrivalled mobile broadband speeds, but also enable carriers to sell various latency-sensitive enterprise services, such as network slicing for mission-critical applications.

    added by Nokia 1 min Read
  • Get a grip if you’re not a gamer

    Video games have been around for years, but I feel attitudes and the understanding towards the gaming community has changed dramatically over the last five years. I remember when I was growing up, my mum would always tell me that video games would melt my brain or the classic ‘give you square eyes’.

    added by KISS 2 min Read
  • Measures Being Taken by EPO, EUIPO, WIPO and UK IPO in Relation to COVID-19 Pandemic

    The European Patent Office (EPO), the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO), the International Bureau (IB) of WIPO and other intellectual property offices are taking measures in view of the world-wide COVID-19 pandemic.

    added by J A Kemp LLP 6 min Read
  • Intellectual property for start-ups in a post-COVID world: part five – managing know-how and trade secrets

    This series of articles explores the effect of COVID-19-related disruption on start-ups’ management and monetisation of intellectual property (IP), giving practical guidance to start-ups to improve and preserve their position for the future. In this article, we look at what trade secrets and know-how are, and how the management of these IP rights may change while companies are operating under COVID-19 restrictions.

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 6 min Read
  • Digital Technologies To Watch, When ‘Normality’​ Returns

    It is an obvious observation that the long-term impact of COVID-19 will be felt far and wide, long after the dust has settled on the periods of lockdown and social isolation.

    added by Bailey Fisher Executive Search 3 min Read
  • The (neuro)science behind storytelling in video ads!

    It's no mystery that humans like stories. In fact, our brain is evolutionarily wired to follow the connections between a series of events relying on cause and effect – that's in a nutshell what narratives are made of.

    added by KISS 2 min Read
  • Rolls-Royce signs Iotics to power its Digital Twin Technology

    Rolls-Royce Power Systems adopts Iotics’ operating environment and toolset to expand its digital ecosystem and deliver Customer Service 4.0

    added by Iotic 3 min Read
  • PwC comments on the latest GDP data

    Jing Teow, senior economist at PwC, comments on today's GDP data:

    added by PwC UK 1 min Read
  • Digital inclusion and service delivery in a post-covid world – workshop insights

    Workshop insights from CW and Akendi's exploration of 'Adjusting business service delivery to a changed world'.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 3 min Read
  • Progressing innovation outside the lab: a task list for researchers during lockdown – part three, physics and engineering innovation

    Lab-based scientists may not be able to access their workspace during lockdown, but there are things that can be done remotely to further an IP programme. In part three of our series, “Progressing innovation outside the lab”, we outline strategic tasks that physics- and engineering-focussed researchers and scientists can complete to further intellectual property during time away from the lab.

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 6 min Read
  • Announcing the Launch of our New Website

    We are very excited to announce the launch of our newly designed website - Coderus 1.0. We felt like it was time for a change. Time to start anew by completely revamping our old website and push the boundaries of brand identity. Now we feel stronger than ever before!

    added by Coderus 1 min Read
  • Why benchmarks are the missing piece of the ray tracing puzzle

    The real-time graphics pipeline, as modelled by today’s GPUs and its associated stack of drivers, compilers and API, accrues features at a rapid clip. The rate of change in how you program the entire system is rapid, with the ecosystem guardians and the hardware vendors that provide products for them taking advantage of the fact that GPUs have no standard ISA to implement.

    added by Imagination Technologies 5 min Read
  • With 5G here, what’s next for the Internet of Things?

    We are only at the beginning of the 5G era yet we have already witnessed an unprecedented rate of 5G network buildouts and increasing demand for support of a wide range of 5G devices, starting with the smartphone. At Qualcomm, our vision for 5G is a unifying connectivity fabric for the Internet of Things (IoT), giving rise to our hyper-connected future. We believe 5G will touch on all aspects of our lives, addressing the insatiable need to become even more connected. It is expected that with new capabilities and efficiencies, 5G will continue to expand the reach of wireless communications to new industries far beyond the traditional mobile ecosystem.

    added by Qualcomm Technologies International 5 min Read
  • Anglia widens optical portfolio with Bivar LED Light Pipes and Indicators

    Anglia today announced a considerable expansion in the range of LED optics and PCB accessories it offers following the signing of a distribution agreement with Bivar Inc., covering its light pipes, indicators and other components.

    added by Anglia 2 min Read
  • CW Member CGI supports Scottish Borders Council in challenging times

    Almost no crisis modelling scenario could have ever predicted the need to urgently shut down schools, businesses, buildings, and entire cities on a global scale; yet despite this now becoming a stark reality, like many other vital organisations Scottish Borders Council (SBC) are rapidly responding and adapting to unforeseen circumstances.  Regardless of social or economic challenges, SBC are committed to continuing to support their citizens.

    added by CGI 1 min Read
  • Intellectual property for start-ups in a post-COVID world: part four – patenting software

    In part four of our series, Intellectual property for start-ups in a post-COVID world, patent attorney and electronics specialist, Andrew McKinlay looks at patenting software innovation and if start-ups should adjust their approach to patenting software given COVID-19 related disruption.

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 5 min Read
  • Fighting COVID-19 with Technology

    Recently, HUAWEI CLOUD announced that they launched a global action plan to help customers around the world to fight COVID-19 with cloud and AI services.

    added by Huawei Technologies R&D UK Ltd 1 min Read
  • Liberty Global and Telefónica to merge their U.K. operations creating the leading fixed-mobile provider in the country

    Combination creates a stronger fixed and mobile competitor in the U.K. market, supporting the expansion of Virgin Media’s giga-ready network and O2’s 5G mobile deployment for the benefit of consumers, businesses and the public sector

    added by Telefonica O2 UK 8 min Read
  • ‘The Greenshoots Podcast’: a conversation about protecting intellectual property for growth, investment and commercial success

    We are proud to announce the launch of The Greenshoots Podcast by Appleyard Lees.

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 1 min Read
  • CW Member, Anglian Water first water company to use live streaming tool to help keep taps running

    Anglian Water has become the first business outside of the emergency services to use a live-streaming technology to help engineers plan routine work during lockdown.

    added by Anglian Water 1 min Read
  • 5G: A Backbone for Europe’s Economic Recovery

    One of the biggest strengths of the GSMA – our ability to convene 110,000 people from 90 countries for the annual MWC Barcelona – suddenly became a challenge in the face of a fast-moving new virus, COVID-19. We were forced to cancel the trade show on 12 February, when many still said there was no reason to fear.

    added by GSMA 3 min Read
  • Progressing innovation outside the lab: a task list for researchers during lockdown – part two, software/electronics innovation

    In part two of our series, “Progressing innovation outside the lab”, we outline five strategic tasks that will further intellectual property during COVID-19 disruption, to prepare for the return to more normal working. Writer, Appleyard Lees Principal Associate, patent attorney and software/electronics specialist Ithel Jones, works with multinationals and start-up businesses on patent matters ranging from telecommunications, sensor networks and storage systems through to gaming, fintech and mobile apps

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 4 min Read
  • Driving forward chemistry-related innovation during COVID-19 disruption: a task list for researchers to complete during their time at home

    Lab-based scientists may not be able to access their workspace during lockdown, but there are things that can be done remotely to further their IP programme. In part one of our series, “Progressing innovation outside the lab”, Appleyard Lees partner, patent attorney and chemist Kate Hickinson outlines tasks that chemistry-focused researchers and scientists, ordinarily based in labs, can complete during their time at home. The article provides six strategic tasks that will further chemistry-related intellectual property during COVID-19 disruption.

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 5 min Read
  • You need clear key messages now more than ever

    All of us have extra worries in these unprecedented times. But today, more than ever, being clear about your key messages is vital.

    added by KISS 2 min Read
  • Advanced Mobility Research And Development (AMRD) Ltd secure a grant from the Appleyard Lees Growth Fund

    We are excited to announce that Advanced Mobility Research And Development (AMRD) Ltd, a pioneering aerospace start-up, have been awarded an Appleyard Lees Growth Fund grant. AMRD’s aircraft product line, equipped with proprietary hybrid and all-electric powertrains, offers unmatched efficiencies and green credentials.

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 3 min Read
  • Intellectual property for start-ups in a post-COVID world: part three – managing commercial IP

    This series of articles explores the effect of COVID-19-related disruption on start-ups’ management and monetisation of intellectual property (IP), giving practical guidance to start-ups to improve and preserve their position for the future. Part three of our series, Intellectual property for start-ups in a post-COVID world, focuses on protecting commercial IP.

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 3 min Read
  • Tektronix Adds Industry-First Technology Which Eliminates Pulse Tuning in New All-In-One 2601B-PULSE System SourceMeter®

    Poised for VCSEL and LIDAR advancement, new PulseMeter™ technology sources current pulses as short as 10μsec, minimizing joule heating effects, at 10A and 10V.

    added by Tektronix UK 2 min Read
  • Tektronix Extends Performance of TBS2000 Product Series with New TBS2000B Series of Digital Storage Oscilloscopes

    Developed for both engineers and educators, with easy-to-use controls, automated measurements and built-in instruction features.

    added by Tektronix UK 1 min Read
  • Anglian Water invites innovative organisations to bring forward ideas for future water resources planning

    Today, Anglian Water is asking for forward-thinking organisations to bid their ideas to help plan the future of water resource planning for the East of England.

    added by Anglian Water 1 min Read
  • Intellectual property for start-ups in a post-COVID world: part two – trade marks

    A series of articles exploring the effect of COVID-19-related disruption on start-ups' management and monetisation of intellectual property, an essential consideration for start-ups in the growth and development phase. These articles focus on specific challenges start-ups are facing right now. In the second article of the series, trade mark attorney Rachel Garrod explores what's changing, what's not, and how to navigate the uncertainty.

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 4 min Read
  • Chamber appoints award-winning entrepreneur Faye Holland as Chair of Cambridge & South Cambs Chamber Committee

    The Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce (CCC) is delighted to announce that award-winning entrepreneur, Faye Holland has been appointed to chair the Cambridge & South Cambs Chamber Committee.

    added by Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce 2 min Read
  • Innovation in Scarcity: New Tool from Plextek’s Innovation Unit

    Supply chains are disrupted and finance is as uncertain as it has ever been. So, if you’re trying to innovate in the face of scarcity, what can you do? Ignite Exponential, Plextek’s Innovation Unit has developed a new version of the innovation tool, the 4 As, which is free to download at the bottom of this article, to help in these unprecedented times.

    added by Plextek 1 min Read
  • Coderus is Shortlisted for Prestigious Mobile Industry Awards

    Coderus are pleased to announced today that we have been shortlisted for the ‘Business Growth Award’ in the 18th Annual Mobile Industry Awards. Hailed as a major “event for the influencers and decision-makers within the industry” by 3itee, the Mobile Industry Awards presented by TechRadar Pro, is the leading UK and European awards organisation honouring excellence in the mobile tech industry.

    added by Coderus 2 min Read
  • Plextek and Design Momentum Enter into a Strategic Partnership

    Plextek Services Ltd and Design Momentum Ltd are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic partnership to develop scientific instruments and laboratory equipment for life sciences. The partnership brings together Plextek’s expertise in electronic engineering design & development at its ISO13485-certified premises with Design Momentum’s 25 years of experience in innovative technology design in the sector.

    added by Plextek 2 min Read
  • Intellectual property for start-ups in a post-COVID world: part one – patents

    A series of articles exploring the effect of COVID-related disruption on start-ups' management and monetisation of intellectual property, an essential consideration for start-ups in the growth and development phase. These articles focus on specific challenges start-ups are facing right now. In the first of the series, patent attorney Parminder Lally explores what's changing, what's not, and how to navigate the uncertainty.

    added by Appleyard Lees IP LLP 5 min Read
  • Why I chose Strategy as a career

    I chose a career in strategy because it’s the best job in the world. It’s the kind of job where the more you learn, the less you know. It’s a role that seems to confuse people: what even is a strategist? If you check out LinkedIn, most people have the word ‘strategy’ in their list of skills. I have found my own way of answering this question; it is our job to define business problems, identify what’s contributing to them and develop key insight that lies behind the ‘idea’ that we develop. The strategy work itself can take many forms.

    added by KISS 3 min Read
  • CommAgility Releases New Software to Simplify Development of 5G Small Cells

    CommAgility announced its PHYRefChain-5G software which supports the development of 5G base station technology.

    added by CommAgility 2 min Read
  • Anglia ranked in the 21st annual Sunday Times Profit Track

    Anglia Components today announced it has been ranked for the first time on the 21st annual Sunday Times Profit Track Covid-19 based on its financial performance over the last three years. The Sunday Times Profit Track ranks Britain’s most successful privately owned companies.

    added by Anglia 2 min Read
  • How Covid-19 is accelerating immediate growth opportunities for regional food and drink brands reveals marketplace amp

    Representing Stokes, Heck and Eat Natural to Hillfarm Oils, Creative Nature and Conscious Chocolate, Bury St Edmunds-based e-commerce experts says there’s immediate and long-term growth opportunities for brands on Amazon as they adapt to feed the nation during the Covid-19 pandemic.

    added by Marketplace AMP Ltd 1 min Read
  • CW invites members to share their news with its community

    Calling all members of the CW community! Would you like to share your news with CW’s network? One of your CW membership benefits is the opportunity to push your story out across our 1000 strong community. Read on to learn more.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • Anglia expands industrial relay range with Hongfa

    Anglia Components has been appointed UK and Ireland distributor for Hongfa Europe GmbH for its full range of electro-mechanical relays. Anglia is holding inventory on the most popular Hongfa relays at its distribution centre in the UK, which are available on Anglia Live.

    added by Anglia 2 min Read
  • Gigabit broadband could deliver tens of billions boost to British economy

    Delivering gigabit connectivity to every corner of Britain could provide more than a £50bn economic boost in the next five years, according to Assembly Research.

    added by Huawei Technologies R&D UK Ltd 4 min Read
  • Anglia ranked in the 21st annual Sunday Times Profit Track Covid-19 edition

    Anglia Components today announced it has been ranked at No 42 on the 21st annual Sunday Times Profit Track Covid-19 edition which will be published in the Business section Sunday 26 April.

    added by Anglia 1 min Read
  • How AI and Machine Learning will Impact Business in 2020

    Artificial intelligence (AI) can be best defined as a software solution that can solve problems according to a predetermined set of rules. A simple example is the artificial intelligence that allows or prohibits access to your smartphone. The AI in this case might ask ‘Does the access code inputted, match the one on file?’ and then respond appropriately.Machine learning on the other hand, takes AI one stage further. Machine learning is a form of technology whereby computer algorithms search for regularities in patterns of data. Once such patterns are established, more probable outcomes can be predicted by the machine. This form of technology is most influential in our day to day lives, from using our debit cards to buy a coffee at our local coffee shop, to withdrawn cash from an ATM, or booking a train journey using self-service machines. This same technology can also detect fraud, and alert your bank immediately, and direct ads your way on social media, depending on your buyer patterns and behaviours.

    added by Coderus 3 min Read
  • eg technology Supports Health Enterprise East Innovation Voucher Competition

    eg technology are partnering with Health Enterprise East by supporting its latest Innovation Voucher Competition.

    added by eg technology Limited 1 min Read
  • Anglia partners with Panjit to boost discrete semiconductor range

    Global supplier looks to Anglia to access the UK semiconductor market

    added by Anglia 2 min Read
  • Online Remote Demos - Tailored for you

    You can now schedule a live demonstration with a Tektronix engineer, without the inconvenience of travel or lab bookings

    added by Tektronix UK 1 min Read
  • Take Advantage of CW’s Connectivity Service for Members

    CW has an active community of over 1000 technology-centric organisations, ranging from silicon design to network operators, and software giants to broadcasters. Over a third of these are Members and CW's role is to help these ambitious organisations to network with clients, suppliers and partners, to learn from peers and to grow their business.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • Plextek and Design Momentum Enter into a Strategic Partnership

    Plextek Services Ltd and Design Momentum Ltd are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic partnership to develop scientific instruments and laboratory equipment for life sciences. The partnership brings together Plextek’s expertise in electronic engineering design & development at its ISO13485-certified premises with Design Momentum’s 25 years of experience in innovative technology design in the sector.

    added by Plextek 2 min Read
  • A winning way to make a brand more appealing…

    Remember when you were a little kid playing with your friends? You probably still recall how grumpy you would get after losing a sports match, or how genuinely good you would behave if, instead, you won it. We’ve all been there. We then grow older and pretend to manage emotions and focus on cooperation rather than competition, but it seems that the human brain is still wired for the latter, unconsciously letting the taste of victory or defeat affect how we perceive and behave in subsequent events.

    added by KISS 2 min Read
  • On the Edge - How Edge AI is reshaping the future

    As computers have become more sophisticated over the years, we have passed through several ‘eras’ of computing. From the ‘personal computing era’, in which we kept customized sets of apps and data locally on our devices, to that of ‘cloud computing’, which is typified by people making use of centralized online services hosted on ‘the cloud’.

    added by Samsung Cambridge (SCSC) 3 min Read
  • 11 Tips for Staying Productive When Your Entire Workflow is Upended

    For millions, pyjama pants just became your new work clothes and the dining room your new conference room.

    added by Tektronix UK 1 min Read
  • Anglia gives keypads the ‘personal touch’

    Designers seeking keypads need no longer compromise with ‘off the shelf’ solutions that just don’t fit the bill. As part of the Anglia Inception customised components service, Anglia offers keypads tailored specifically to customer requirements. These keypads from Anglia are manufactured and customised by trusted suppliers who have been fully audited to Anglia’s rigorous selection process, ensuring a quality customised product.

    added by Anglia 3 min Read
  • CW & Members in initiative to develop Covid-19 Early Warning system for front line medical staff

    Early warning system could be rolled out across health care sector, academia and industry partnership.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 4 min Read
  • Cambridge China COVID-19 Collaboration (4C) Appeal

    Dear Friends, Colleagues and Supporters of NHS staff, We are seeking donations to the Cambridge China COVID-19 Collaboration (4C) Appeal which is an official part of the University of Cambridge COVID-19 appeal.

    added by Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce 2 min Read
  • Ofcom update on 5G vandalism

    There have been reports of 5G masts in some areas of the UK being vandalised and of telecoms engineers being harassed by members of the public.

    added by Ofcom 1 min Read
  • Nokia expands 5G offering with new radio access AirScale solutions

    New range of AirScale radio access products designed for 5G networks. Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) solution goes beyond 4G–5G to include dynamic sharing between 2G, 3G and 4G offering smooth path to 5G deployments. New AirScale All-in-Cloud base station boosts the efficiency of networks and cloud-native RAN turns RAN into a service-based architecture.

    added by Nokia 2 min Read
  • Tech will hold us together while apart

    I don’t know about you, but the word ‘quarantine’ immediately throws me back to a scene in Pixar’s “Monsters Inc.” in which a contaminated employee is put into quarantine as a “23-19” has occurred. Given the current situation we’re all faced with, how are people coping with the anxiety that remote working and isolation bring?

    added by KISS 4 min Read
  • Anglian Water invest £1.5million to support future growth around Holbeach

    Anglian Water will begin the installation of a brand-new water main in Holbeach next week, Tuesday 14 April, to support the growth of the new Peppermint Junction development.

    added by Anglian Water 1 min Read
  • Samsung Announces the New Addition to 5G Smartphone Lineup: Galaxy A71 5G and Galaxy A51 5G

    Featuring four cameras, a long-lasting battery and an immersive Infinity-O display

    added by Samsung Cambridge (SCSC) 3 min Read
  • Avoid the passive obsolescence trap by David Pearson Technical Director Anglia Components

    It is an inescapable reality that the industrial (distribution) market for chip passives represents a very small proportion of global consumption of these components. Most go into consumer electronic products that are manufactured in massive volumes. With this in mind, it makes sense for UK distribution customers to specify the chip passive sizes that are most widely used – even if that means going for a smaller device than they need or would ideally like.

    added by Anglia 3 min Read

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