Quartz-like frequency stability from a simple, tiny, silicon chip oscillator? That is the claim of fabless start-up eoSemi of Congleton Cheshire: accuracy, small size, low power, low cost, and no micromachining, writes Steve Bush.
Cambridge-based power electronics start-up Amantys says the time is right to take its innovative power semiconductor technology to global markets.
Researchers from the University of Bristol are looking at the commercial opportunities for spinning off a new tilting display technology.
Bristol start-up Blu Wireless Technology is ramping up its 60GHz development for multi gigabit WiFi and 4G MetroCell wireless backhaul markets after changing its business model and closing a series of deals with semiconductor and system companies.
With the dearth of venture capital for chip startups, Maxim Integrated products has launched its own investment fund.
The UK’s most promising technology startups are being offered the chance to win an all expenses paid trip to Israel to meet with potential investors and customers in a new competition.
Touchscreen pioneer Peratech has arranged £1.2 million funding from Finance Yorkshire’s Equity Linked Fund to expand its North Yorkshire operations, build new laboratory facilities and secure new contracts.
Kickstarter, the US crowdfunding phenomenon, is looking to set up in the UK in the autumn.
Last month’s sale of Psion to Motorola caps three months of UK technology skills being sold off following deals to sell NDS and Logica.
Cambridge Consultants has launched a guide to help technology startups avoid failure.