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  • CWIC is live

    The CWIC17 Blog Series.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 2 min Read
  • Engineer Spotlight

    Last week we welcomed our 1000th member into the CW LinkedIn group; Chris Last, Senior Software Engineer at Qualcomm.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • IoT Forum 2017 - Where the IoT means business

    We’ve all heard the phrase ‘content is king’ bandied about, especially in marketing circles.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • Embracing Spectrum Sharing

    The future of wireless: embracing spectrum sharing (ip.access).

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • The Path to 5G Backhaul

    Millimetre wave - the path to 5G backhaul.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 2 min Read
  • What's next for speech recognition?

    What does 2017 have in store for speech recognition?

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 2 min Read
  • Virtual Infrastructure - Real Value

    Political and economic groups want to tap into the vast savings and income potential of future communications services for the digital economy, which will be centred around real-time data, delivery tracking, wearables, preventative healthcare, smart meters and more.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • NB-IoT Stack Development

    NextG-Com are market leading experts for IP products and engineering services for LTE, Satellite and other wireless technologies, customised for Internet of Things (IoT) solutions.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read
  • 5mins with Third Space Auto

    We catch up with Arshia Gratiot, Director of Technology Applications at Third Space Auto – one of the ten Discovering Start-Ups Competition finalists, pictured above. Are you finding it tricky to recruit talent? We are an early-stage startup so we don’t have deep pockets. This means that our choice of talent is often relegated to fresh graduates and / or interns which is great because one of our core principles is to train, mentor and give graduates and talented individuals a leg up. But even in this case the people who do come on board have to also pay their bills so often times are working second jobs so can’t be expected to give 110% which is what is necessary at this stage. Often times we need experienced people who can help guide and shape the product as we don’t have the liberty of time but we can’t afford them. Its tricky because investors base their decisions to go with you or not (at least at this stage) on the quality of the team so getting the right people on.board is critical. When we can’t afford them it does feel like we’re stuck between a rock and a hard place. The other challenge has been in recruiting qualified talent for our needs as they are very specialised. We need software engineers in the areas of machine learning and automotive software development. It’s been hard because we are competing with the likes of Jaguar Land Rover, Delphi etc for automotive engineering talent and  Entrepreneur first and Google for machine learning developers. Far and few in London and beyond. It’s been an a combination of leading through personality and luck that we were able to find the right development team, based in Romania and ex-collegues who have been advising us along the way.

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 4 min Read
  • 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’

    added by CW (Cambridge Wireless) 1 min Read

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