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Cambridge based small cell innovator and market leader, ip.access, today confirmed it had closed a new round of funding, raising some $15m from its current investors and from a major new backer. The company's existing investors Amadeus Capital Partners, Cisco, Intel Capital, Qualcomm, Rothschild & Cie Gestion, Scottish Equity Partners and TE Connectivity all participated in the funding and re-affirmed their commitment to the small cell market. CEO Simon Brown confirmed the capital raised will be used to continue the acceleration of the company's small cell product development roadmap and deployment activities. "We are delighted with this show of support from our investor partners," said Brown. "The small cell market has enormous growth potential - especially through the roll-out of high speed 3G and LTE networks with their dependency on small cell- architectures to... (more)

Internet of Things Poses Conundrum for Industry

In the next decade it is predicted that ten times more ‘things' than people will join the internet as everyday objects gain an online digital presence through the Internet of Things (IoT). But with current mobile networks developed to meet the needs of tablets and smartphones and still lacking ubiquitous coverage; devices too expensive and service tariffs too high to support a world of 50 billion connected devices; the IoT poses some major challenges that the industry has to solve. The 5th Future of Wireless International Conference to be held in Cambridge in July will explore t... (more)

Tradeclips launches to solve digital content headache for businesses

London, 19 October 2009 – Tradeclips, the world’s first full-service video, audio, text and picture media sharing site for the communications industries, has been launched. Developed by the owners of Newslink, Tradeclips offers the media and digital content community a simple, secure and cost effective way to store, manage, publish and syndicate all types of digital media files - at a fraction of the cost of traditional providers.   The service will officially be launched at an exclusive party at the newly re-furbished London Aquarium on 19th November 2009. To enquire about inv... (more)

Hitachi Consulting UK Enables London’s Primary Care Trusts to Monitor and Benchmark Performance via Online Portal Platform

London – 11 January, 2010 – Hitachi Consulting United Kingdom today announced that it has completed the delivery of a significant online portal project for Commissioning Support for London (CSL). The creation of the new secure online portal provides National Health Service (NHS) commissioners with access to a set of tools to help them monitor how their providers are performing. The Provider Performance Analytics (PPA) portal features a dashboard to highlight Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and enables Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) and Sector Acute Commissioning Units (SACUs) to be... (more)

A Common Sense Advisory Study: XML Content Management System SCHEMA ST4 Scores with Content Management and Process Optimization

April 15 2010 - SCHEMA ST4 is the only technical documentation oriented product from Germany that was represented in the study "Global Content Management" by the US consulting company Common Sense Advisory. Altogether, 16 different solutions, from open-source products to component-based content management systems (CCMS), were examined. Among other areas, SCHEMA ST4 convinced analysts in the area of content management. The study covered four different factors necessary for successful global content management. In the multilingual content support category, SCHEMA's software came in... (more)