Three UK companies working on the cutting edge of technology are bringing the game changing potential of 5G out of the theoretical and into the real world.
A new programme to help students realise their tech industry ambitions to become the innovators of the future has been launched in the UK.
CW (Cambridge Wireless), an international community for companies involved in the research, development and application of wireless technologies, and the global technology leader Huawei, have announced the launch of the first 5G mobile private network located within the Cambridge Science Park.
Invitation to help shape a new CW special interest group: The Satellite & Hybrid Network SIG.
Cambridge Wireless and Huawei partner to build the first private 5G testbed in Cambridge Science Park
CW is teaming up with the global technology leader Huawei, to deploy and build Cambridge’s first 5G mobile private network within the Science Park.
Join the virtual audience next week and watch the UK-German Innovation Challenge Pitching Premiere.
Winners of the CW Technology and Innovation Awards have been announced at CW Edge Week.
CW launches new consortium to help companies scale and move from Product to Product-as-a-Service (PaaS)
CW (Cambridge Wireless) creates a consortium of members to accelerate and successfully scale the transformation of product companies to digital services: Product as a Service (PaaS).
Huawei, the global technology leader has supported the Cambridge Wireless International Conference (CWIC) forming the CW Edge Week as the Platinum Sponsor. Huawei said it could use its global reach to help boost the growing Cambridge tech hub as part of its ongoing commitment to the UK.
CW (Cambridge Wireless) and Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA) launch a new series of events introducing 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Twin technologies to business leaders in the region.
CW partners with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women to help women entrepreneurs combat the effects of COVID-19
The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women launches a new programme of professional support to combat the effects of COVID-19 on women business owners in low and middle income countries.
CW have announced the return of their popular annual conference with a call for speakers and a limited number of early-bird tickets.
CW (Cambridge Wireless) invites contributions to the CW Technology Community Brexit Impact Survey. The deadline for completion is Friday 16 November.
CW (Cambridge Wireless), the technology membership organisation, as announced that Simon Mead will take over as Chief Executive Officer on 1 November following the exit of current leader, Bob Driver.
Cambridge Wireless (CW) and ghd, the global leader in hair tools and subsidiary of the third largest beauty company in the world (Coty), are looking for start-ups, scale-ups & SMEs to enter the ghd Innovation Hive for a three month, funded, collaborative project that will help shift haircare to the connected era.
CW (Cambridge Wireless) has launched its annual Discovering Start-Ups competition. Now in its 9th year, this event connects promising technology entrepreneurs to the investor community in an event that nurtures the next generation of technology business talent and identifies solutions that will define the connected world of the future.
Bob Driver, CEO of CW (Cambridge Wireless), has announced he is to step down from the helm of the technology membership organisation. He will continue to lead the company while his successor is being sought, he remains a Director on the CW Board, and will also continue to steward the new national 5G innovation network - UK5G - on behalf of CW.
CW (Cambridge Wireless) is the lead partner for a winning consortium which includes the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) and the TM Forum.
CW (Cambridge Wireless), the leading community for companies involved in the research, development and application of leading technologies has appointed three new members to its board.
This year’s annual technology start-up event will see pitches encompassing the latest technologies; from machine learning and artificial intelligence to wearables, 3D facial recognition and driverless cars.
CW (Cambridge Wireless) has launched its 8th annual Discovering Start-Ups Competition, inviting emerging UK and European start-up and early-stage technology companies and entrepreneursto pitch their business idea to a panel of industry experts and investors.
It's only one week away...CW is thrilled with the line-up of speakers at this year's CW International Conference.
CW is delighted to announce the 10 SMEs shortlisted in the national IotUKBoost LPWAN Competition. The finalists have solutions ranging from air quality measurement, waste bin monitoring, transport, food monitoring, bicycle solutions and assisted living to address the challenges in the Cambridgeshire region. All finalists are keen to support a smarter Cambridge City by collaborating alongside…
CW (Cambridge Wireless) has partnered with Tradefair to create an informal free event for those attending Mobile World Congress next month.
CW (Cambridge Wireless) has been selected by the Digital Catapult to deliver IoTUK Boost, a programme of support to help UK SMEs and entrepreneurs develop Internet of Things (IoT) enabled services and applications in Cambridge – using low power wide area networks (LPWANs).