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  • CW TEC 2021 – Day 1 Takeaways

    The CW Technology & Engineering Conference is about exploring future trends from an engineer’s point of view. It aims to move past the marketing messages and learn more about the “how” of an emerging technology field. The first day at CW TEC 2021: Engineering 5G Private Networks looked at radio network planning, Open RAN and network architecture for private networks.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 4 min Read
  • Employment law specialist joins Howes Percival's Norwich office

    Howes Percival’s employment law team in East Anglia continues to grow from strength to strength with the arrival of Laura Brown, who has been appointed legal director. Laura joins the firm’s Norwich office from Birketts LLP.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 1 min Read
  • Jaltek selects Aegis’ FactoryLogix IIoT-based manufacturing operations platform

    Electronics manufacturing company Jaltek, have chosen Aegis Software’s digital Manufacturing Execution System (MES) platform FactoryLogix (FLx) to support all aspects of production at their facility in Luton.

    added by Jaltek Systems Ltd 1 min Read
  • Deloitte is delighted to open the 2021 UK Technology Fast 50 programme

    Deloitte is delighted to open the 2021 UK Technology Fast 50 programme. Apply today and you could join the likes of DivideBuy and Revolut as a Technology Fast 50 winner.

    added by Deloitte LLP 1 min Read
  • CW International Conference 2021 Launches

    Themed “Wireless in digital and circular economy”, this year the conference will return in a hybrid format on Tuesday 9 November.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • The CW Technology & Innovation Awards Return

    This celebration of innovation and excellence in the wireless technology community is back! Nominations are open until Friday 10th September.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • BT uses iTrinegy Software Defined Test Networks to assess the impact of Non-Ideal Fronthaul on Virtualized RAN

    In order to support the demanding requirements of 5G services, the telecommunications industry is exploring the opportunity to leverage virtualization into the different parts of the network. As part of this process, BT is conducting research to assess the impact of non-ideal fronthaul on virtualized Radio Access Networks (vRAN) which involves the use of iTrinegy Software Defined Test Network (SDTN) technology to create the required adverse network conditions.

    added by iTrinegy Ltd 1 min Read
  • Technology start-ups hail significant impact of new 5G testbed

    Over a three-month accelerator programme on the CW (Cambridge Wireless)-led 5G private network, testbed participants Ubisense, Extend Robotics and Camnexus discovered cost and performance advantages from 5G that will boost their competitiveness and enable them to disrupt their respective markets.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 3 min Read
  • Trailblazing FocalPoint engineer is awarded the W.G.P Lamb 2021 Award by Royal Institute of Navigation

    FocalPoint engineer is awarded certificate of excellence from the Royal Institute of Navigation.

    added by FocalPoint 2 min Read
  • Onespacemedia: The changing face of digital post-pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic brought with it a shift in consumer behaviour towards online channels, and businesses are, more than ever, harnessing the power of digital. According to Kate Smaje at McKinsey and Company, consumers are three times likelier now than before the crisis to say that at least 80% of their customer interactions are digital in nature.

    added by OSM Group 2 min Read
  • BAI Communications accelerates its growth trajectory by agreeing to acquire US telecommunications infrastructure leader Mobilitie

    BAI Communications (BAI), a global communications infrastructure provider, has today agreed to acquire Mobilitie, the largest privately held telecommunications infrastructure company in the United States. This acquisition represents a major expansion of BAI’s business in North America where it provides cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity across large infrastructure projects, including the New York City subway system, under its majority owned business Transit Wireless. It significantly extends BAI’s footprint coast-to-coast across one of the world’s fastest growing connected infrastructure markets. The transaction is subject to customary regulatory clearances and is expected to close in the third quarter of this year.

    added by BAI Communications 3 min Read
  • CW Annual Review for 2020/21

    CW is a not-for-profit organisation that is owned by its members, with a governing board elected by the membership. As with all companies across the world, CW has had an exciting time over the past twelve months. In our annual report, we present our achievements to our community along with a financial summary. You can read the full document in the attachment, or quickly review the highlights below.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 2 min Read
  • Digital connectivity will pave the way for a new era in healthcare

    Years from now, when we reflect on the millions of healthcare professionals that rose to the challenge to fight COVID-19 with bravery, dedication and courage, will we see the pandemic as a turning point when healthcare truly embraced a digital transformation?

    added by CityFibre 2 min Read
  • Building on natural advantages in business

    In life there are always some natural advantages that make some people better at certain things than others. For example, standing at 5’9 (on a good day!) it was always pretty unlikely that I could emulate my childhood hero, Martin Johnson, and play second row for England.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 4 min Read
  • Will drones improve the mobile telecom user experience?

    We've all experienced the frustration of poor signal levels but for those who live in rural areas in the UK, this can be a very common problem that greatly impacts people's quality of life. Many houses and office buildings, for example, consistently have no coverage indoors or only coverage from a single service provider, reducing the choices for consumers drastically. Ofcom’s latest coverage analysis takes urban and rural as source data whereby signal penetration rate is much higher in dense urban or residential clusters that significant population is living in such big cities.

    added by 3Cell Innovative Solutions 3 min Read
  • Multi-Jurisdiction Robot Wars: Injunctions and Without Prejudice Negotiations

    Online retailer Ocado has been denied an interim injunction to restrain Autostore from referring to 2018 without prejudice discussions between the parties (or any related documents) at a US International Trade Commission (“ITC”) hearing due to take place in August this year. The case is of interest both because it arose as part of multi-jurisdiction litigation with ongoing settlement negotiations and for the discussion of the relevant burden on the grant of an interim injunction in the circumstances. In this note, we set out some practical tips given that the judge decided that there was a high evidential burden on Ocado to justify its application.

    added by Marks & Clerk 5 min Read
  • Howes Percival appoints new senior partner and Head of Commercial

    Howes Percival has appointed Paula Dumbill as a partner and head of its commercial team within its Corporate, Commercial, and Banking (CCB) practice.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 2 min Read
  • Key inflection points for private networks

    According to recent industry surveys, 5G awareness among enterprise decision-makers and operations professionals stands between 55-65%, and close to 50% are making plans to deploy 5G.

    added by Mavenir 3 min Read
  • Anglia broadens IoT offering with Taoglas partnership

    Anglia Components has announced a new partnership with Taoglas, a leading provider of next-generation IoT solutions. The partnership broadens Anglia’s range of existing IoT components including RF, antenna, cables and connectors. Using the latest in high-performance RF antenna design, Taoglas has one of the most comprehensive portfolios of external and embedded antennas covering Cellular, GPS/GNSS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, UWB, NFC/RFID, LPWA, ISM band and Satcom applications. This is complemented with a range of filters, cables and connectors which can be customized to the customer’s requirement.

    added by Anglia 2 min Read
  • Component shortage in the electronics manufacturing industry, Jaltek could have the answer

    We are witnessing critical electronic component shortages at a Global scale with the potential to significantly threaten production of electronic equipment.

    added by Jaltek Systems Ltd 2 min Read
  • Howes Percival celebrates Pride Month 2021

    Howes Percival has embarked on a series of initiatives to celebrate Pride Month throughout June.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 1 min Read
  • No Fault Divorce- an update

    Head of Family Law at Howes Percival, Justine Flack provides an update on no fault divorce; when it is expected to start, how it will change things and what to do in the meantime.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 3 min Read
  • Andy Harris appointed Head of Corporate Law Team

    Howes Percival has announced a new of Head of its rapidly growing Corporate, Commercial and Banking practice. Andy Harris, a partner in the firm’s Milton Keynes office, has been promoted to Head the Corporate, Commercial and Banking (CCB) team.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 2 min Read
  • Spotlight on the Fire Safety Act 2021

    It’s taken a while and has been the subject of numerous skirmishes between the government and the House of Lords, but the Fire Safety Act (the Act) has finally received Royal Assent. The Act is the first stage in implementing the recommendations falling out of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry. Other fire safety changes continue to be considered as part of a package of building safety measures proposed by the Building Safety Bill.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 4 min Read
  • Cambridge Software Company Awarded for Sustained Growth by International Market Research Firm Clutch

    Cambridge-based software and app development agency Coderus has been listed as one of the Clutch 100 for Sustained Growth as a result of the company’s stable momentum over the years.

    added by Coderus 2 min Read
  • CommAgility Signs Over $2 million in Contracts with 4 New Customers for 5G Software and Services in First Half of 2021

    Wireless Telecom Group announced today that its Radio, Baseband, and Software product group, comprised of the company's CommAgility brand, has signed four new 5G software and services contracts in the first half of 2021.

    added by CommAgility 1 min Read
  • Howes Percival acts on a sale of Drayton Insurance Services

    A leading independent East Anglian insurance broker has been acquired by Ethos Broking via its regional hub, the Norwich and Bury St Edmunds based Hugh J Boswell Group.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 2 min Read
  • CW Techsters’ 5G Bootcamp: a Complete Knockout

    Earlier this week, thirteen young people looking to pursue a career in the technology sector embarked on the first ever CW Techsters 5G Bootcamp.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 2 min Read
  • New Duplex Band-Pass Filter for PMR/DMR and Telemetry Networks

    The DPBP 2/66-150 is a new high performance VHF 150 MHz Duplex Filter with a Band-Pass characteristic from Amphenol Procom.

    added by antennaPRO 1 min Read
  • CorrosionRADAR launches StarterPACK™ to unlock the value of predictive corrosion monitoring

    Today marks the launch of the CorrosionRADAR StarterPACK™ which allows industry to try out predictive moisture and corrosion monitoring in a specially designed evaluation project. StarterPACK™ is a quick and easy way for companies to weigh up the benefits of Predictive Corrosion Management (PCM) in tackling the challenges of Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI).

    added by CorrosionRADAR Ltd 2 min Read
  • Obtaining plant variety protection in the UK post-Brexit

    Plant Breeder’s Rights (PBRs) or Plant Variety Rights (PVRs) are a form of intellectual property that protect new plant varieties. PBRs are granted for varieties that are (a) distinct, (b) uniform, (c) stable and (d) new. Once granted, PBRs provide the rights holder with the exclusive right to commercialise the propagating material for up to 25 years (30 years for trees, vines or potatoes). As such, PBRs are an important right for plant breeders looking for a return on their significant investment in the generation of a new variety.

    added by Marks & Clerk 4 min Read
  • Onespacemedia honoured at SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards

    The Onespacemedia team is thrilled to have been awarded silver at the 2020/21 SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards for 'Website of the Year'.

    added by OSM Group 1 min Read
  • Howes Percival's Cambridge office celebrates a series of accolades

    Howes Percival’s Cambridge office has celebrated a series of awards and accolades following a very busy 12 months.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 2 min Read
  • Between a shock and a hard place

    With the transport sector being the largest contributor of CO2 in the UK, a move towards a fully electric automobile industry will undoubtedly be a significant defence in the fight against climate change. However, the government’s now trademark reactionary policy making, changing the ban of the sale of petrol and diesel cars from 2040 to 2030 has transferred the emphasis onto landlords to take expedited action to provide occupants with access to charging capability and to cope with the influx in demand for electric cars.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 2 min Read
  • Domestic Abuse - the court's approach to children proceedings

    Family law expert, Sophie Key considers the recent judgement in Re H-N and Others and its impact on disputes regarding the arrangements for children where domestic abuse is alleged.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 4 min Read
  • Vodafone and partners boost 5G capacity in the first multi-vendor RAN intelligent controller implementation

    Vodafone, Cohere Technologies, VMware, Capgemini Engineering, Intel and Telecom Infra Project (TIP) have successfully demonstrated how a powerful new Open Radio Access Network (RAN) platform can further boost the capacity of 5G where multiple customers are using the same site. The successful trial is the latest step in building a cost-effective Open RAN ecosystem that will benefit Vodafone customers.

    added by Vodafone 2 min Read
  • O2 supports autonomous shuttle at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus

    The trial, announced by Aviva plc and Darwin Innovation Group, builds on the October 2020 launch by O2 and Darwin Innovation Group of the UK’s first 5G and satellite communications commercial laboratory.

    added by Telefonica O2 UK 3 min Read
  • Integrated GaN solution revolutionises power supply design

    Power supplies are a necessary evil. Customers buy systems for their functionality not the power supply, but unfortunately, they won’t work without one. Like a Victorian child, a good power supply is there but invisible: as small as possible, as efficient as possible and as low cost as possible. GaN technology is enabling high speed, increased efficiency, and higher power density never before possible using silicon MOSFETs. Andrew Pockson, Divisional Marketing Manager at Anglia, introduces a portfolio of gallium-nitride (GaN) chargers and adapters that cut 80% of the size and 70% of the weight compared to using ordinary silicon-based solutions. He looks at topologies that they enable that better address the power needs of today’s industrial, consumer, computer and automotive markets.

    added by Anglia 5 min Read
  • Eastern AHSN: Turning great ideas into positive health impact

    Eastern AHSN has published its new impact review, showcasing the tremendous impact it has delivered with partners across our region and beyond in 2020/21.

    added by EAHSN 1 min Read
  • Liverpool 5G Create becomes independent, digital public service provider

    Liverpool 5G Create re-writes rule book by becoming independent, digital public service provider, using co-operative 5G technologies

    added by Telet Research (N.I.) Ltd 3 min Read
  • As CW TEC 2021 early bird ends, check out the event’s great agenda

    The CW Technology & Engineering Conference 2021: Engineering 5G Private Networks ends early bird on Monday 7 June. With a speaker line-up of engineering heavyweights, why wouldn’t you register now?

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • CorrosionRADAR and Bureau Veritas offer integrated predictive monitoring solution in the Middle East

    Cambridge based CorrosionRADAR Ltd has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bureau Veritas in the Middle East to deliver an integrated solution that helps oil and gas companies to manage Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI). Global leaders in test, inspection and certification, Bureau Veritas (BV) is the first organisation in the region to integrate the CorrosionRADAR® predictive corrosion monitoring system with its Opex solutions portfolio.

    added by CorrosionRADAR Ltd 2 min Read
  • What could be improved about the Apple Watch, Fitbit and Samsung SmartWatch and their companion health applications?

    Our team’s latest analysis looks at the strengths and shortcomings of these popular smartwatches and their corresponding companion apps.

    added by Coderus 1 min Read
  • Food for thought - your intellectual property is worth protecting

    In the food and beverage industry, you may think that your products speak for themselves. You have dedicated your time to finding the perfect taste, look and smell for the customer, so why would you need to protect something as intangible as intellectual property?

    added by Howes Percival LLP 4 min Read
  • Onespacemedia launches microsite for UK5G’s initiative

    Cambridge web design and digital marketing agency, Onespacemedia, has launched a microsite for long-standing client, UK5G to support the launch of its initiative and boost the network’s digital presence.

    added by OSM Group 1 min Read
  • The CW Non-Terrestrial Networks SIG launches its first events

    The new CW Non-Terrestrial Networks SIG is launching! With two online events in the calendar for this summer, the Champions are all set to get you up to speed with satellite communications.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • Mavenir to Deliver Cloud-Based 5G Solutions on AWS

    Mavenir announces 5G solutions on AWS including Converged Packet Core, IMS, Messaging, Orchestration, AI and Telco Analytics and Open RAN products.

    added by Mavenir 3 min Read
  • Divorce & Pensions - the implications of applying for your decree absolute

    Amy Walpole, Partner at Howes Percival and Family Solicitor, offers guidance on the importance of protecting your pensions entitlements attached to pension sharing orders following divorce.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 3 min Read
  • Understanding the liabilities of a company director

    Being a company director brings great responsibility along with the chance to play an active role in the strategy and success of a business. Directors have a legal duty of care to the business and, while a limited liability company offers some protection, there remains the possibility of being personally sued. Here, we’ll explore the circumstances in which directors can be held personally liable for legal issues.

    added by S-Tech Insurance Services 7 min Read
  • CW Member Arm releases Total Compute solutions

    Arm Total Compute solutions bring performance, security and Armv9 to the broadest range of Client devices

    added by Arm 4 min Read
  • Special occasion contact: top tips

    Father's Day is fast approaching and whilst many separated parents are successful in amicably navigating special occasions with one another; this is not the case for every family.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 2 min Read
  • Equivalents keep the supply chain moving in an uncertain market - Steve Rawlins, CEO , Anglia Components

    Successive cycles of shortages of chip passives have accelerated the trend for customers to specify ‘generic’ parts on the bill of materials (BOMs) rather than calling for a specific brand. Outside some really safety critical markets like aerospace and medical, most BOMs now simply specify a value and chip size for passives, or a generic diode designation, leaving the EMS to select the vendor depending on what they have in stock or what they are able to source.

    added by Anglia 2 min Read
  • Onespacemedia launches revenue-driving website for interior design hub

    Cambridge web design and development agency, Onespacemedia, has launched a new website for new interior design and renovations company, Homellio.

    added by OSM Group 2 min Read
  • The Content Production & Delivery SIG brings state-of-the-art volumetric video to the CW community

    The upcoming session “Volumetric Video – A Study in Depth” will present a comprehensive picture of the cutting-edge technology behind the creation, processing, transmission and display of volumetric video content.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 3 min Read
  • Howes Percival named in the Top 100 'Best Companies' list

    Howes Percival has been ranked in the ‘Best Companies to Work For’ list for the second year running.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 2 min Read
  • Mavenir Powering the First Smart City in Thailand with 5G Open RAN Integration Across mmWave Private Network

    Mavenir's cloud-native, open architecture-based private network solution deployed by TOT (Telephone Organization of Thailand) is powering the first smart city in Thailand.

    added by Mavenir 2 min Read
  • Take the complexity out of Wideband Radio System Design - Mindy Bejawn, Field Applications Engineer at Anglia introduces a portfolio of integrated products from Analog Devices

    In any Wireless Communication System, the critical part of the design is the complex technology required to achieve a suitable radio solution. With an exponential growth in data rates and connectivity, in most cases this solution will be a wideband radio system. Designing such systems is a daunting and complicated task, requiring the talents of highly experienced RF engineers. Most would agree that this is one of the most demanding elements of the design that one could undertake, but such engineers are also an expensively scarce resource and only needed for a limited time. A solution would be to simplify the process into literally a plug and play activity.

    added by Anglia 3 min Read
  • Shift from 8in to 12in Wafer Fabs Could Ease IC Shortages

    The economics of 8in wafers make the current supply shortages a feature, not a glitch. Shifting to 12in can help future-proof your supply chain.

    added by EnSilica 1 min Read
  • CW launches new series of member networking events

    Today CW announces a new addition to its membership package: a series of member networking events.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • Onespacemedia launches website for global pharmaceutical company

    Cambridge web design and development agency, Onespacemedia, has launched a new website for global drug development company, Quotient Sciences, to cement its position as world-leader and support its commercial growth.

    added by OSM Group 1 min Read
  • Rapidly growing Corporate law team adds two new senior lawyers

    Howes Percival has announced a further expansion of its Leicester Corporate, Commercial and Banking (CCB) practice, with two new senior appointments.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 2 min Read
  • Parallel Wireless Partners with Millicom to Deliver First 4G O-RAN Networks in Latin America

    World’s leading O-RAN solution to enable internet connectivity in new areas of Colombia

    added by Parallel Wireless UK & EMEA 3 min Read
  • Mavenir Wins Award for Multi-G Open RAN Small Cell Solutions

    Mavenir won SCF Judges Choice award in transforming mobile networks through Multi-G Open RAN small cell solutions & Open RAN Neutral Host Integration.

    added by Mavenir 1 min Read
  • New day, new notice period: Government announces further changes to the residential possession procedure

    Landlords (and their solicitors) have been eagerly awaiting news of whether the Government will ease some of the current restrictions in place on residential possession as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. The current restrictions, including a restriction on residential evictions and longer notice periods for section 21 and section 8 notices, are in place until 31 May 2021.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 1 min Read
  • Living the (rural) dream? Don't make a stink

    Over a million properties in rural areas are unable to connect to the main sewerage infrastructure and rely instead on off-mains drainage systems. The individual property owner is responsible for the system and liable for any pollution arising from failures in the system.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 5 min Read
  • What does it mean to design for accessibility and inclusion?

    Accessibility and inclusion are key aspects of UX/UI design for mobile apps, software and websites. We explore what these terms mean and how you can make your designs more accessible and inclusive.

    added by Coderus 1 min Read
  • Three new partners among nine senior promotions at Howes Percival

    Howes Percival has announced nine senior promotions across its Cambridge, Norwich, Leicester and Northampton offices, including three new partners.

    added by Howes Percival LLP 2 min Read
  • Anglia Components expands agreement with AVX to include the full range of RF products from ATC

    Anglia Components has expanded its range of high reliability RF and Microwave components following addition of the American Technical Ceramics (ATC) portfolio. ATC is a wholly owned subsidiary of AVX, and Anglia has distributed AVX components in the UK and Ireland since 2009.

    added by Anglia 2 min Read
  • Smarter entertainment: How full fibre can transform our downtime and upgrade our lives

    Rapid growth of home broadband has changed all of our lives and has had a transformative impact on the entertainment we consume.

    added by CityFibre 2 min Read
  • What do you need to consider when selecting a software development company?

    We’ve explored some of the key tips and guidelines to follow when choosing a software development partner.

    added by Coderus 1 min Read

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