CW (Cambridge Wireless)
A leading industry forum and vibrant community with a rapidly expanding network of companies involved in the development & application of wireless technologies.
|Address:||Compass House, Vision Park, Chivers Way, Histon, Cambridgeshire|
|Membership type:||Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)|
CW is the leading international community for companies involved in the research, development and application of wireless & mobile, internet, semiconductor and software technologies. With over 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
To enquire about CW membership please contact: Abhi Naha (Head of Marketing at CW) on 01223 967101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cambridge Wireless (CW) wants to hear from the companies that will define the Internet of Things, the rainmakers who will create the platforms, components, thought leadership and applications that will bring this sector to life.
23 May 2016Read in full
CW (Cambridge Wireless) is launching a new Discovering Automotive Start-Ups Competition, in collaboration with Magna International Inc., one of the world’s largest global automotive suppliers.
12 May 2016Read in full
CW (Cambridge Wireless) has announced that Speechmatics will feature as a finalist in the Fast and Furious Pitch off taking place at Venturefest East on 24 May at Newmarket Racecourse in Suffolk.
22 April 2016Read in full
The second CW (Cambridge Wireless) Technology and Engineering Conference (CW TEC) will bring together leaders in the world of Quantum 2.0 to unravel this new field of science and engineering and look at how it could change the face of industry.
14 April 2016Read in full
Money Mover’s Amanda Nunn has been appointed by CW (Cambridge Wireless) as the latest Champion for their Business Special Interest Group (SIG).
13 April 2016Read in full
Leading authorities in vehicle automation and industrial IoT from Magna, Carillion and Fujitsu are to speak at the London Tech Week conference on 21st and 22nd June.
1 April 2016Read in full
Five prize winners have been announced in a programme to connect IoT start-ups with problem owners across the South of England.
1 March 2016Read in full
Cambridge Wireless experts look behind the hype of The Internet of Things for investment opportunities.
19 February 2016Read in full
CW (Cambridge Wireless) has announced the shortlist of SMEs to take part in its IoTUK Boost programme. Twenty companies were selected based on their capability to address key IoT challenges in the health and social care sector through their innovative, ideas, products and services.
18 January 2016Read in full
As part of the IoTUK national programme to drive the UK’s IoT capability, CW (Cambridge Wireless) is looking for UK SMEs working on innovative Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and applications in health and social care.
11 December 2015Read in full
5 Jul 2016 Digital Greenwich, 6 Mitre Passage, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0ER
As connected vehicles start to enter the mainstream markets it’s time to consider the bigger picture here – namely the big data picture.
13 Jul 2016BBC, MediaCityUk, Bridge House, Salford Quays, Salford M50 2BH
One could be forgiven for assuming that radio communications research today focuses on 5G, ultra-fast Wi-Fi, and other techniques where bandwidths increase, frequencies rise, and cells get ever smaller.
14 Sep 2016Cambridge University Computer Labs
The science behind today's ITC systems essentially dates from the first half of the 20th century, but now esoteric quantum principles such as entanglement and superposition promise another technological revolution - ‘Quantum 2.0’. Quantum technology will have many applications in computing, communications and sensing.