Cambridge Wireless

Cambridge Wireless
Telephone:01223 967101
Email:admin@cambridgewireless.co.uk
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Address:Compass House, Vision Park, Chivers Way, Histon, Cambridgeshire
Postcode:CB24 9AD
Country:United Kingdom
Website: www.cambridgewireless.co.uk
Membership type:Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)

About Cambridge Wireless (CW)

CW is the leading international community for companies involved in the research, development and application of wireless & mobile, internet, semiconductor and software technologies. With 400 members from major network operators and device manufacturers to innovative start-ups and universities, CW stimulates debate and collaboration, harnesses and shares knowledge, and helps to build connections between academia and industry. CW's 19 Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide its members with a dynamic forum where they can network with their peers, track the latest technology trends and business developments and position their organisations in key market sectors. CW also organises the annual Future of Wireless International Conference and Discovering Start-ups competition along with other high-quality industry networking events and dinners. With headquarters at the heart of Cambridge, UK, CW partners with other international industry clusters and organisations to extend its reach and remain at the forefront of global developments and business opportunities. For more information, please visit www.cambridgewireless.co.uk

For Cambridge Wireless please contact: Lily Cheng Cambridge Wireless 01223 967101, lily.cheng@cambridgewireless.co.uk

CW TEC focuses 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.

27 February 2015Read in full

Wireless industry finds increasing value in service centric business models

The forthcoming CW Future of Wireless International Conference will address the growing trend of wireless companies drifting away from product innovation.

26 February 2015Read in full

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 Lecture yesterday evening (Weds), presenting his views on ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution - when Digital Technology meets the Shop Floor’.

12 February 2015Read in full

The new wireless tech space race?

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

10 February 2015Read in full

A practical approach to 5G

A practical approach to 5G

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

2 February 2015Read in full

Wireless, but not as we know it: conference focuses on storm of disruption

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

30 January 2015Read in full

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.

8 January 2015Read in full

'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.

19 December 2014Read in full

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.

28 November 2014Read in full

Conference considers 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 this week’s Cambridge Wireless Healthcare SIG, held in partnership with One Nucleus.

27 November 2014Read in full

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Empowering people: measuring imperceptible movements: Cambridge Wireless Location-Based Systems/Services SIG event

19 Mar 2015Cambridge Judge Business School, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1AG

The world of sport is constantly pushing the boundaries of human capability, enabling people to understand how to achieve more and recover more quickly. This progress is fuelled by measurements of imperceptible changes in movement and health parameters, tailored to the individual and their sporting needs.

CW Technology and Engineering Conference - "Integrate or differentiate? The future of mobile, satellite, TV, IOT and wearable technology and its impact on spectral value" - 24th March 2015 - London

24 Mar 2015PwC LLP, 7 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2RT

On 24 March 2015 CW TEC will bring together industry experts to offer exclusive insights and examine the influence of technologies and the future of mobile, satellite, TV, IOT and wearable technology and its impact on the value of licensed and unlicensed spectrum from VHF to KA band and beyond.

'How Innovation is Reinventing Rail Travel' - Automotive and Transport SIG - Cambridge

2 Apr 2015Gonville & Caius College, Trinity Street, Cambridge, CB2 1TA

Join us for this half day event in Cambridge sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz. Listen to the experts, participate in the panel session and network with industry professionals. Confirmed speakers include Mostafa Gulam of Rail Settlement Plan, ATCO, Rob Morland of A1 Trust and Kevin Payne of Transport for London.

The Smart Home – Third time lucky! A CW Connected Devices SIG event

The Smart Home – Third time lucky! A CW Connected Devices SIG event

21 Apr 2015Cambridge Consultants Ltd, Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge CB4 0DW

'Delivering Big Data: Practical solutions with an emphasis on open source' - Big Data SIG event – London

23 Apr 2015Mathys & Squire, The Shard, 32 London Bridge Street, London SE1 9SG

Taking place at The Shard, kindly hosted by Mathys & Squire, this half-day event will explore available open source solutions, provide insight into reasons behind selecting certain technologies over others and present real-world experiences of exploiting open source for Big Data applications.

Life Changing Design: a Cambridge Wireless UX SIG event

14 May 2015Phillips Research Laboratories, 101 Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge CB4 0FY

The challenge of how to optimise content delivery and more importantly – who is in control? CW Digital Delivery and Content SIG Event

20 May 2015Mathys & Squires, The Shard, 32 London Bridge Street, London SE1 9SG

Content delivery can be optimised in various ways, however, the ecosystem needed is extremely complex. This event will explore techniques and challenges around their implementation. Featuring industry experts to Content Delivery spanning two sectors, fixed network optimisation and mobile network optimisation.

‘Turning Full-Duplex Radio Into Reality’ – Radio Technology SIG event – Bristol

8 Jul 2015School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, Cantock's Close, Bristol, BS8 1TS

This insightful event, taking place at Bristol University, will bring together speakers involved in FD research internationally, explore the circuit techniques and signal-processing algorithms required, and give the audience a chance to see full-duplex in action. Speakers to be announced soon.

Turning Full-Duplex Radio Into Reality: CW Radio Technology SIG event (Bristol)

8 Jul 2015School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, Cantock's Close, Bristol BS8 1TS

Ever since the beginnings of wireless it has been an article of faith that radio transceivers can’t transmit and receive at the same frequency simultaneously, but over the years that dogma has been challenged.

‘Does Cloud RAN/Network Virtualisation mean the end for Small Cells?’ – Small Cell SIG event - Cambridge

24 Sep 2015Emmanuel College, St Andrews Street, Cambridge CB2 3AP

This cutting-edge half-day event will examine these trade-offs, taking a close look at the fronthaul aspect, opportunities for network sharing and the economics involved. Speakers will be announced shortly.