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  • 2000 Guineas to be won at the Fast and Furious Pitch-off at Newmarket’s Rowley Mile.

    Winner will receive 1000 Guineas top prize and two runners up will each receive prizes of 500 Guineas

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  • Shape the future of CW – Call for Board Nominations

    Next round of Board Elections underway and plans to reshuffle board composition

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  • IoTUK Boost unveils next big things in health and social care tech

    Five prize winners announced in programme to connect IoT start-ups with problem owners across South of England

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  • Showcasing the UK’s race to develop connected devices of the future at MWC

    CW set to host thought leadership session at Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona

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  • Unearthing Cambridge’s young innovators

    CW (Cambridge Wireless) kicks off new initiative to help young entrepreneurs, engineers and tech leaders scale up and be inspired with ‘CW Unplugged’

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  • 8th Future of Wireless International Conference focuses on the impact of the connected world in the boardroom

    CW moves conference to IET: Savoy Place for London Tech Week, 21st -22nd June 2016

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  • Under starters orders for launch of new innovation event

    Innovation organisations across the East will be under starter’s orders when Venturefest East arrives for the first time at the Rowley Mile Racecourse in Newmarket on 24th May 2016.

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  • SMEs selected to boost health and social care through the Internet of Things

    CW (Cambridge Wireless) has announced the shortlist of SMEs to take part in their IoTUK Boost programme.

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  • David Cleevely steps down as chair of CW

    Raj Gawera from Samsung takes up the baton at Cambridge Wireless

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  • CW issues call for SMEs to take part in IotUK Boost Programme

    Search is on for innovative Internet of Things ideas, products or services in health and social care

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  • Making wireless walk through walls

    Industry experts delve into the issues of wireless in the built environment at CW (Cambridge Wireless) event

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  • Future smart things to be cooperative, emotional and lucrative

    Entrepreneurs and industry experts question what the future holds for smart things at CW (Cambridge Wireless) event

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  • CW selected as IoTUK Boost local partner

    The Boost programme is part of IoTUK, which aims to convene and amplify the UK’s IoT industry to help business and economic growth

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  • Winners of Discovering Start-Ups 2015 impress judges with tech innovation and entrepreneurship

    Smart glasses for the blind, gene testing platform, wireless sensor networks, real-time cyber risk assessment and new approach to software debugging shine out in the face of tough competition

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  • Start–Ups Await Judges Verdict for 6th Discovering Start-Ups Competition

    16 exciting tech start-ups will be doing their best to impress a panel of over 30 judges including angel investors, VCs and tech giants, with their pitches at the 6th Discovering Start-Ups Competition final on October 21. Anticipation is building not just on the side of the start-ups however as the judges look forward to what awaits in just under a week.

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  • 6th Discovering Start-Ups Competition Finalists Announced

    The 16 Discovering Start–Ups 2015 finalists announced today will pitch their disruptive technologies and business plans to a panel of over 30 judges including angel investors, VCs and industry experts from the likes of Samsung, Qualcomm Ventures, MediaTek Labs, Deloitte, IBM, Telecom Italia and Google. The finals takes place in London on 21st October sponsored and hosted by Deloitte, the business advisory firm.

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  • IoT – Internet of Things or Islands of Things?

    Speakers from Rolls Royce to the London College of Fashion make sense of a world where everything is connected and data is shared at Cambridge Wireless IoT event

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  • Five good reasons to enter the 6th Discovering Start-Ups Competition - Last Call for Entries

    DS15 promises innovation-focused mashup of live pitches, demos, keynotes and networking

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  • Cambridge Wireless unveils IET’s Flagship Savoy Place venue as location for the next Future of Wireless International Conference

    Conference to be held on the 21st and 22nd June 2016 to coincide with London Tech Week

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  • 6th Discovering Start-Ups Competition attracts a wide range of innovative entrants

    Now in its 6th year, the Discovering Start-Ups Competition 2015, hosted and sponsored by Deloitte, the business advisory firm, on 21 October, is set to have another great line-up of cutting edge technology, new innovations and business models. Entries are rolling in from across the UK and Europe and from a range of industries including IoT, security, games, health, analytics and social media platforms.

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  • Another honour for CW Deputy Chairman

    Professor William Webb awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science degree by The University of Southampton in recognition of his outstanding international contributions in the field of engineering.

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  • Good time for tech start-ups say leading investors

    Budget gives extra boost to new and emerging technology companies entering the 6th Discovering Start-Ups Competition

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  • Breaking down the barriers of full duplex radio

    Self-interference cancellation techniques advanced enough to make full duplex a reality according to speakers at CW Radio SIG meeting in Bristol

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  • We don’t need 5G say delegates at the Future of Wireless International Conference

    Cambridge Debate concludes with majority vote against the need for 5G in the near future

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  • 7th Future of Wireless International Conference provides a vision of future smartphones

    Best is yet to come say speakers from Conran, MediaTek and BT

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  • Industry experts, global players and start-ups line up for the 7th Future of Wireless International Conference

    Speakers from Ofcom, Qualcomm, Accenture, BT, Jaguar Land Rover, GSMA, Rohde & Schwarz, Samsung and more to focus on opportunities for the wireless industry to harness disruptive technologies

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  • A step towards an all–band, full-duplex LTE world phone

    University of Bristol set to demonstrate prototype for single antenna full–duplex radio that could double capacity of wireless systems at Cambridge Wireless (CW) Radio SIG meeting

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  • 5G – what is it good for?

    Industry experts preview the big 5G questions to be asked at the CW Future of Wireless International Conference

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  • Discovering Start-Ups Competition (DS15): Checking the Pulse of the UK and International Tech Start-Up Scene

    CW and SETsquared announce the launch of the 6th Discovering Start-Ups Competition

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  • Cambridge Wireless strengthens Board with new elections

    Cambridge Wireless (CW), the leading international community for companies involved in wireless and mobile, has elected new members to its board. Stephen Unger, Group Director and Board Member at Ofcom, was elected to the CW Board along with Graham Pink, CEO of Orbitil.

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  • Future of Wireless Conference to tackle obstacles facing IoT revolution

    Until manufacturers can put aside their own interests and start working towards a standardised operating system for all devices, rather than simply those of their own creation, the Internet of Things (IoT) will remain out of reach, according to Nicolas Graube, fellow at CSR and one of the speakers at the Future of Wireless International Conference on 23rd and 24th June. <font color="#efaa22"> Sponsorship packages and exhibition spaces available</font>.

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  • Wireless Industry may take a few knocks but will bounce back stronger says CW chairman

    The disruption of out-dated business models in the wireless industry will pave the way for new growth, predicts serial entrepreneur and keynote speaker at the CW Future of Wireless International Conference, Dr David Cleevely, CBE, FREng, FIET and chair of Cambridge Wireless (CW).

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  • Start-Ups Disrupting UK Tech Sector

    The UK is fast becoming the entrepreneurial hub of Europe and Cambridge is one of the cities flying the flag.

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  • Hurry, Limited Sponsorship Packages Available: The 7th Future of Wireless International Conference

    The 7th Future of Wireless International Conference makes its London debut on 23rd–24th June 2015 with the wireless industry facing a storm of disruption.

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  • Wireless Helps to Reinvent Rail Travel

    Cambridge Wireless (CW) event examines the successes and setbacks in bringing technological development to the UK rail network

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  • 10th New Navigator Seminar 2015 - Call for Abstracts

    The Royal Institute of Navigation is calling all navigators, engineers, scientists and surveyors to submit abstracts for its 10th New Navigator Seminar 2015 in Cambridge

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  • Wireless Industry can Integrate and Differentiate concludes CW TEC

    Speakers at the Cambridge Wireless Technology and Engineering Conference explore the future of mobile, satellite, TV, IOT and wearable technology

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  • Cambridge Wireless appoints Bob Driver as new CEO.

    UKTI Director to head up further expansion at CW

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  • Are you a Young Engineer or Technologist? FREE TICKETS available for CW TEC Conference, London, 24.03.15

    CW offers FREE tickets to Millenials for the inaugural CW Technology and Engineering Conference in London - 24 March 2015

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  • Wireless, but not as we know it: Cambridge Wireless Conference to focus on storm of disruption

    Future of Wireless International Conference makes London debut on 23rd–24th June

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  • CW TEC to focus on IoT and seamless connectivity for smart wearables

    There are only three weeks until the inaugural CW Technology and Engineering Conference that will bring together world-class speakers to discuss the future of mobile, satellite, TV, IoT, wearable technology and their impact on spectral value. Taking place on Tuesday, 24th March the one day event sponsored and hosted by PwC at its London offices is set to debate the changes, challenges and opportunities within the wireless technology engineering sector.

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  • Wireless industry finding increasing value in service centric business models

    CW Future of Wireless International Conference to address the growing trend of wireless companies drifting away from product innovation

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  • Accenture’s Aiden Quilligan takes to the floor for CW Prestigious Lecture

    Aidan Quilligan, Global Managing Director at Accenture Industrial Software Solutions (AISS), gave the Fifth Cambridge Wireless Prestigious yesterday evening, presenting his views on ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution - when Digital Technology meets the Shop Floor’.

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  • The new wireless tech space race?

    CW Technology & Engineering Conference explores the battle for spectrum and connectivity

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  • A Practical Approach to 5G

    CW event looks at whether the wireless industry will be able to deliver 5G

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  • Cambridge Wireless announces speaker line-up for Technology Conference 2015

    A strong line-up of speakers has been announced for the first Cambridge Wireless Technology Engineering Conference (CW TEC) in London on the 24th March 2015.

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  • Shape the future of Cambridge Wireless – Call for Board Nominations

    Cambridge Wireless is inviting members to nominate candidates for the 2015 Board election for two Founder seats and one Associate seat.

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  • Cambridge Wireless experts make 2015 predictions

    Industry experts from Cambridge Wireless (CW), the leading global community for companies involved in wireless and mobile technologies, have made their personal predictions for 2015. CW Special Interest Group (SIG) Champions comment on a wide range of topics from the evolution of wearable devices and the promised launch of the Apple iWatch to the hype surrounding the Internet of Things and the roll out of LTE.

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  • Governments need to release more spectrum for mobile broadband

    Speakers at Cambridge Wireless conference say that there could be trouble ahead unless action is taken at WRC-15

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  • Register now for Agri-Tech East's 'Remote Sensing and Monitoring Technologies' SIG

    This Special Interest Group on Thursday 11th December will give your attendees an opportunity to learn what remote sensing is all about, what technologies are currently available, and what the future could look like. They’ll also be able to hear directly from end users and have an opportunity to inform future developments in the industry.

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  • MEX: Under the skin of user experience

    The 15th international MEX, hosted in London on 24th/25th March, is an opportunity to set aside the pressures of your day-to-day role and take a fresh look at the digital future. Expect expert speakers, facilitated workshops and a unique atmosphere designed to help you build a network of relationships over 2 days.

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  • Skills shortages for Analogue Electronics & Power Electronics Design Engineers

    If you have concerns about skills shortages for Analogue Electronics & Power Electronics Design Engineers, please respond to the Migration Advisory Committee Review of the Shortage Occupation Lists.

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  • The Future of Sensors for Health and Wellbeing

    The future of medical and pharmaceutical sensors looks healthy and strong according to the line-up of industry experts at yesterday’s Cambridge Wireless Healthcare SIG, held in partnership with One Nucleus. The one day conference, ‘Pharmaceutical Sensors of the Future: High Street or High Value?’, combined presentations, workshops and debate to explore innovative ways to monitor patients and collect and analyse data to create more intelligent clinical datasets.

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  • Is Reality Virtually Non-Existent?

    The line between reality and the virtual world has never been more blurred, as we spend more time interacting with technology and creating virtual lives. How we engage with technology to express ourselves and connect to the rest of the real and virtual worlds is becoming part of our daily lives. Simultaneously, technologists are becoming increasingly aware of what people want from virtual reality, ranging from personal communications and entertainment to advertising and marketing.

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  • Race is on to deliver autonomous vehicles

    Industry experts line up at Silverstone Park for Cambridge Wireless conference to debate technical, commercial and regulatory challenges

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  • Soraya Jones steps down as CEO at Cambridge Wireless

    Dr Soraya Jones has decided to step down as CEO at Cambridge Wireless, the leading not-for-profit, international community for companies involved in the research, development and application of wireless and mobile technologies. During her eight years at CW, Jones has grown the organisation from 70 to over 400 members from all over the world, ranging from start-ups to global operators, device manufacturers and service providers. The number of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) has also risen from five to 19, driven by some 90 industry leading SIG champions; while the flagship CW International Future of Wireless Conference and Discovering Start-ups competition have become key events in the industry calendar. Most recently, Jones announced the first CW Technical Engineering Conference next March in London.

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  • SIG Champion Wins Award for Role as First Responder

    7th November 2014, Cambridge UK - Russell Inman, CW Digital Content and Delivery SIG Champion can be excused for not attending yesterday’s SIG event as he was receiving an award for his voluntary work over the last 5 years from the West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) at Walsall Football Ground last night.

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  • CW TEC to address terrestrial TV, M2M, IoT, wearable connectivity and more

    The inaugural CW Technology & Engineering Conference will take a top down look at the impact of emerging technologies on millimetre, microwave, UHF and VHF spectral value.

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  • Information Rock and Roll – How Big Data has made Analytics

    While analysing Big Data is no easy task and has always been seen as a ‘back room’ operation, data analytics has become a hot topic in the boardroom, according to speakers at the <b>Cambridge Wireless (CW)</b> event yesterday: <b>‘Information Rock and Roll – How Big Data has made Analytics Sexy’</b>. “With the sheer volume of data being from unstructured sources, such as sensors, users’ context, social media, video content and weblogs creating a massive ‘data lake’, all this information has to be stored, categorised, visualised and analysed to deliver real value to a business,” said <b>Dana Pavel</b> of <b>TecVis</b>, and a CW Big Data SIG Champion at the CW event hosted yesterday at <b>Eversheds LLP</b> in London.

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  • Understanding Procurement: A guide for MedTech companies

    Eastern Academic Health Science Network "NHS Readiness" event Thursday 6th November 2014 - 9.30am -2.00pm Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst, Gunnels Wood Road, Stevenage, Herts, SG1

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  • Winners of Discovering Start-ups showcase best in UK wireless innovation

    Leading investors and wireless industry experts praise quality of finalists in pitching event Discovering Start-ups 2015 expands into Europe

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  • One week to discover the UK’s most exciting tech start-ups!

    In just over a week 18 UK tech start-ups take the stage to pitch their ideas to the likes of Google, Qualcomm Ventures, Orange Labs, IBM and London Business Angels in the Discovering Start-ups 2014 (DS14) final. Jointly delivered by Cambridge Wireless (CW) and SETsquared, the DS14 national competition has attracted entrants from UK tech clusters and will culminate in a pitching final on the 22nd October at the Deloitte’s London offices.

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  • The DS14 pitching rally to kick off in 2 weeks! – BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW

    The official countdown has begun and with 2 weeks to go until the Discovering Start-Ups 2014 Competition (DS14) final in London, Cambridge Wireless (CW) and SETsquared – the DS14 organisers - are expecting to see over 100 entrepreneurs, professionals, angels, VCs, investors and accelerators from the likes of Google, Qualcomm Ventures, BT, Broadcom, IBM, Orange Labs, Samsung, London Business Angels, Cambridge Angels and more attending the event.

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  • Cambridge Wireless announces first CW Technology & Engineering Conference

    The first CW Technology & Engineering Conference (CW TEC) will take a top down look at the impact of emerging technologies on millimetre, microwave, UHF and VHF spectral value. Taking place on 24 March 2015 in London and positioned six months before WRC 2015, CW TEC will provide a unique insight into the impact that mobile, satellite, TV, IOT and wearable technology will have on the value of licensed and unlicensed spectrum – from VHF to KA band and beyond – addressing the question as to whether present technology platforms should become more similar or dissimilar over time.

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  • Small cell experts raise questions of standards, interoperability and performance

    02.10.14 Cambridge, UK: While small cells have the potential to meet growing demand for mobile data and improve urban connectivity, they need to be automatically and smoothly incorporated into the existing macrocell network, raising questions of standards, interoperability and performance, according to industry experts at the Cambridge Wireless Small Cells Special Interest Group (SIG) conference yesterday.

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  • Cambridge and London tech start-ups to go head-to-head in Discovering Start-Ups (DS14) Final

    Six ambitious technology start-ups from Cambridge and seven from London will be pitching against each other in the finals of the Discovering Start-Ups 2014 Competition on 22nd of October. The 12 innovative companies are among the 18 finalists shortlisted from over 80 UK entrants from the South West to the North of England that will face a panel of 23 judges, including industry experts and investors from the likes of Google, BT, Broadcom, IBM, Orange Labs, Samsung, London Business Angels and Cambridge Angels.

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  • Blurred lines between fixed and mobile says chair of UK Spectrum Policy

    26 September 2014: The inexorable acceleration towards total mobility is eliminating the distinction between fixed and mobile communications to become just ‘connectivity’, according to Professor Jim Norton, Chair of the UK Spectrum Policy Forum, addressing an audience of over 120 telecoms industry experts, entrepreneurs and academics at the Cambridge Wireless (CW) Founders Dinner last night.

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  • UK tech start-up barometer points to strong future – 2014 Discovering Start-Ups Competition Shortlisted Finalists Announced

    The finalists of the 2014 Discovering Start-Ups Competition have been announced and will get the chance to pitch their innovative technologies and business plans to 23 leading industry expert investors from the likes of Google, BT, Broadcom, IBM, Orange Labs, Samsung, London Business Angles and Cambridge Angels.

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  • Critical National Infrastructure in the Commercial World

    Cyber Security – are we safe yet? 2 September 2014: The Cambridge Wireless (CW) ‘Critical National Infrastructure in a Commercial Word’ event will be held at Bird and Bird LLP in London on 16th September 2014. With speakers at the forefront of dealing with cyber security in the Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), the event will deliver insights into the current security situation, looking at the effectiveness of Cyber Security as well as the real business requirements for Operational Technology Cyber Security. With perspectives from private sector operators and engineers, it will also examine the increasing expectations of society and how these expose the CNI systems to hostile environments and the importance of embedding cyber security awareness into the workforce.

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  • UK tech clusters show benefits of closer links

    Last chance to enter search for UK’s most innovative wireless start-ups

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