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1  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / Gartner recognises Globo as Challenger in 2015 MADP Magic Quadrant on: July 30, 2015, 05:17:17 AM
London, UK, 30th July 2015 – Globo Plc (LSE-AIM: GBO, OTCQX: GOBPY), the global provider of complete enterprise mobility solutions and services for both enterprise mobility management and application development, has been positioned in the Challenger quadrant in Gartner’s 2015 Magic Quadrant report for Mobile Application Development Platform (MADP) providers.
According to Gartner, Challengers are characterised by their ability to execute, demonstrated by high product revenue and a large customer base, while their considerable resources ensure long-term viability. Globo supports a complete Mobile Application Development Lifecycle, allowing enterprises to rapidly develop innovative mobile applications with superior UI/UX capability that deliver great mobile experiences and successful user adoption.
Globo has distinguished itself from the competitive landscape as an end-to-end mobility solution provider by its recognition in both the MADP and EMM Magic Quadrants for 2015.
Costis Papadimitrakopoulos, Globo’s CEO commented: “Our inclusion in both of Gartner’s EMM and MADP Magic Quadrants is a validation of our early vision that enterprise mobility is not only about securing and managing mobile devices and data, but also about extending enterprises’ capabilities through the use of mobile apps. Over the past years we have invested heavily in R&D and commercial expansion of both the EMM and MADP product lines and we are recognised by being the only pure-play mobility vendor in both Magic Quadrants.”

A complimentary copy of the 2015 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Application Development Platforms is available from
About Globo:
Globo (LSE-AIM:GBO, OTCQX: GOBPY) empowers the mobile enterprise by enabling employees to work and collaborate from anywhere, anytime and by extending the enterprise’s engagement with customers and partners. Globo is unique in offering a complete enterprise mobility solution by merging Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM), Mobile Application Development Platform (MADP) and professional services. Globo solutions cover critical areas for a Mobile First enterprise, which are data security, app and device management as well as app design and development. The Group operates internationally in USA, Europe, Middle East and South East Asia, and has achieved worldwide recognition from leading analyst firms like Gartner, IDC and OVUM. For more information visit

About Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Mobile Application Development Platforms report:
Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organisation and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

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Sage Partnership
Geoff Twibell
+44 118 934 4007
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+30 2121218056
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2  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / Major New Papers on Big Data for Health Published in IEEE Journal of Biomedical on: July 24, 2015, 05:59:24 AM
London, UK, 24th July 2015 – A major collection of papers exploring the very latest research and key developments in Big Data for health informatics has been published by the IEEE’s Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics (J-BHI). Authored by research teams from the world’s leading institutions, the papers of the Special Issue on “Big Data for Health” are available to download now via the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library at

Development in the fields of biomedical and health informatics are fast-moving and driving a major expansion in Big Data, both in terms of the sheer volume of information generated and the complexity, diversity, and richness of the data itself, which is now being acquired from multiple sources and platforms – from personal genomics to Twitter feeds. The growth of the Big Data opportunity also presents some key socio-legal challenges, requiring the development of new data analytic tools that can facilitate scalable, accessible and sustainable data infrastructure for the effective management of these large, multiscale, multimodal, distributed and heterogeneous data sets. Equally crucial is the ability to convert this data into actionable knowledge that can cost-effectively support clinical decision making, disease management, and care delivery.
Professor Guang-Zhong Yang PhD, FREng, Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE J-BHI comments: “Big Data is emerging as a significant source of innovation in healthcare, accelerating the translational pathways from the laboratory bench to the patient’s bedside. This special issue assembles the leading researchers in this area and provides new insight into and understanding of how big data analytics can be harnessed in health systems to improve clinical decision-making and enhance efficiency of care provision, policy development and policy implementation.”

Professor Andrew Laine, President of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBS) added: “The potential impact of Big Data is only just beginning to be explored across many sectors, so this landmark collection of research comes at an important time, providing an authoritative picture of the current – and future – challenges and opportunities of exploiting Big Data for health informatics.”

The articles included in this Special Issue are:
• Big Data for Health by Andreu-Perez, J. et al
• Big Data, Big Knowledge: Big Data for Personalized Healthcare by Viceconti, M. et al
• Predicting Asthma-Related Emergency Department Visits Using Big Data by Ram, S. et al
• Predicting Days in Hospital Using Health Insurance Claims by Xie, Y. et al
• Hierarchical Classification of Large-Scale Patient Records for Automatic Treatment Stratification by Mei, K. et al
• We Feel: Mapping Emotion on Twitter by Larsen, M.E. et al
• Symmetrical Compression Distance for Arrhythmia Discrimination in Cloud-Based Big-Data Services by Lillo-Castellano, J.M. et al
• Optimal Drug Prediction From Personal Genomics Profiles by Sheng, J. et al
• Toward Noninvasive Quantification of Brain Radioligand Binding by Combining Electronic Health Records and Dynamic PET Imaging Data by Mikhno, A. et al
• Big Heart Data: Advancing Health Informatics Through Data Sharing in Cardiovascular Imaging by Suinesiaputra, A. et al

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Notes to editors:

About the IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics: (
IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics (J-BHI) publishes original papers describing recent advances in the field of biomedical and health informatics where information and communication technologies intersect with health, healthcare, life sciences and biomedicine. Papers must contain original content in theoretical analysis, methods, technical development, and/or novel clinical applications of information systems.

The J-BHI is one of the leading journals in computer science and information systems with a strong interdisciplinary focus and biomedical and health application emphasis. Topics covered by J-BHI include, but are not limited to: acquisition, transmission, storage, retrieval, management, processing and analysis of biomedical and health information; applications of information and communication technologies to the practice of healthcare, personal well-being, preventive care and early diagnosis of diseases, and discovery of new therapies and patient specific treatment protocols; and integration of electronic medical and health records, methods of longitudinal data analysis, data mining and knowledge discovery tools.

The IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society: (
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) is the world’s largest and oldest biomedical engineering organization. It has over 9,800 members and 1,900 student members worldwide. The Society benefits both humanity and its members by:
• Advancing medicine and biology through the application of engineering sciences and technology
• Promoting the profession of biomedical engineering, fostering professional development and recognizing excellence
• Presenting conferences that bring together scientists, engineers and physicians from multiple disciplines to disseminate knowledge and solve complex problems
• Establishing technical standards
• Providing global leadership for the profession

EMBS members are focused on the development and application of engineering concepts and methods to provide new solutions to biological, medical and healthcare problems. The Society identifies and recognizes the accomplishments and technological excellence of its members. It helps to demonstrate to the world and educate the public about the importance of biomedical engineering while creating interest in the profession as a career.

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3  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / SETsquared applauded for supporting university entrepreneurs on: July 15, 2015, 04:08:34 AM
UK, 15th July 2015 – SETsquared has been shortlisted for a prestigious award for its work in nurturing a new generation of university entrepreneurs.

The partnership of the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey is shortlisted in the Higher Education Enterprise Champion category of the National Enterprise Educator Awards.

Judges were impressed with SETsquared’s Researcher to Innovator programme, which helps researchers with promising ideas and projects who lack the skills and knowledge to convert them into commercial realities.

The programme, which runs over six months is aimed at the brightest and best postdoctoral researchers in any discipline, has already helped 100 people hone their ideas over the last three years. Success stories include:

• TrueInvivo, a Surrey company that has developed an innovative method of measuring radiation dosage and spread in cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy. The company has since gone on to secure places in SETsquared’s other entrepreneurship programmes and this summer won the Grant Thornton Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
• Inductosense, a company that has developed compact wireless sensing technology that can be embedded into structures and products for low-cost monitoring.
Simon Bond, Innovation Director for SETsquared, said: “We are truly honoured to be shortlisted for this award. Seeing the phenomenal success of the entrepreneurs we support is reward enough for us so this really is the icing on the cake.”

SETsquared will find out if it has won at the IEEC2015 Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony in Chelmsford on September 10. If the partnership does scoop the award it will add to its long list of prestigious titles, which include top university business incubator in Europe and the number two university business incubator in the world.


About SETsquared:
SETsquared is a long-standing partnership between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey which specialises in growing high-tech start-ups through its incubation programme and other business acceleration services. SETsquared provides mentoring, access to investors and corporate innovators and a wide range of industry experts through its network and training programmes.

Its business incubation programme is ranked by the University Business Incubator Index as the best in Europe and second in the world and over the last decade it has helped over 1,000 high-tech start-ups to develop and raise more than a £1bn of investment.

Independent research carried out by Warwick Economics estimates the economic impact of SETsquared member companies to be £3.8bn over this period, with the creation of 9,000 jobs and that these companies will go on to deliver a further £7.3bn of impact to the UK economy in the decade ahead.

For further information please contact:
Laura Downton at Carswell Gould T: 023 80 238001 E: laura[at]carswellgould[dot]
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4  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / British Library and Publishing Technology collaborate to make Document Supply Se on: July 14, 2015, 09:14:55 AM
Oxford, UK, 14th July 2015 – The British Library and Publishing Technology today announced a new partnership, which will make 5,400 new journal and book titles available via the ingentaconnect online platform.

With over 25,000 registered institutions and millions of end users in more than 170 counties accessing scholarly titles via, the agreement offers the British Library a new channel for connecting key international audiences with its Document Supply Service content.

Journal content from an assortment of academic publishers, such as Oxford University Press, Elsevier Science, Nature Publishing Group and the Royal Society of Chemistry, will be available for ingentaconnect users to purchase as part of the collaboration. Content from a number of British Library sources are already live on the site with more to follow later this month.

The agreement instantly broadens the reach of the Document Supply Service titles and makes this content more discoverable online, both through library discovery services and the platform itself. In turn, the addition of these British Library-held publications to ingentaconnect increases the platform’s rich catalogue of academic titles by over 40%.

Sam Tillett, Head of Business Development at the British Library, commented: “We are delighted to be collaborating with Publishing Technology and to make our Document Supply Service available via the ingentaconnect platform. This collaboration helps to bring our content to an even wider user audience.”

Byron Russell, Head of ingentaconnect at Publishing Technology, stated: “We are extremely proud to be welcoming such a prestigious name to our family. The collaboration gives our institutional and individual users unique access to an expansive collection of sought after content held by the British Library, and now available online. In turn, the British Library will benefit from a new distribution channel that will drive large scale global readership to its service.”


Notes to Editors:
For more information, please contact:
Emily Taylor Gregory, Publishing Technology plc
Tel: +44 1865 397973
Email: emily.taylor.gregory[at]publishingtechnology[dot]com

Publishing Technology plc:
Publishing Technology is the world-leading provider of content solutions that transform business. We cover the publishing process from end to end with content systems, audience development and content delivery software and services. Combining our unmatched publishing knowledge, global operations and perpetual support model with our advance enterprise system, ingentaconnect scholarly portal, pub2web custom hosting platform and PCG (Publishers Communication Group) sales and marketing consultancy, we offer the industry’s only full spectrum of solutions to help publishers move their content forward. Listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange, the company operates jointly from Europe (Oxford) and North America (Boston and New Jersey), with local offices in Brazil, India, China and Australia. Assisting 450 trade and scholarly publishers for nearly fourty years, Publishing Technology solves the fundamental issues content providers face.

Visit and, follow @publishingtech and @ingentaconnect on Twitter, or connect on LinkedIn.

The British Library:
The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom and one of the world's greatest research libraries. It provides world class information services to the academic, business, research and scientific communities and offers unparalleled access to the world's largest and most comprehensive research collection. The Library's collection has developed over 250 years and exceeds 150 million separate items representing every age of written civilisation and includes books, journals, manuscripts, maps, stamps, music, patents, photographs, newspapers and sound recordings in all written and spoken languages. Up to 10 million people visit the British Library website every year where they can view up to 4 million digitised collection items and over 40 million pages. See more at:

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5  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / Technotomy and iVeridis Merge to Form Synoptic Technologies on: July 01, 2015, 08:32:49 AM
London, UK, 1st July 2015 - Technotomy Ltd., an experienced bespoke software development and data analytics provider, and iVeridis Ltd., a leader in efficiency and cost-saving technologies, today announced a merger to form Synoptic Technologies Ltd., a new company focused on linking innovative SME’s to global brands and government agencies.

Bringing symbiotic technologies and years of unparalleled expertise in the field, Synoptic Technologies will be a market leader in open-innovation, connecting SME’s with buyers of highly specialized tools for technological innovation. Synoptic Technologies’ global network helps companies discover and qualify thousands of pre-market and market ready technologies to find the right solution faster and cheaper than conventional searching processes.

Synoptic Technologies platform, Synoptica, leverages its network and technology in two ways:

InfoClew™ is a specially designed distributed search algorithm that allows clients to go beyond basic web searches and quickly access comprehensive and context-rich results. InfoClew is specially designed to scrape the deep web for professional data and gives visual clarity to unstructured information. The tool creates a concise company profile that makes quick and informed comparisons more intuitive.

InSuite™ helps companies build their own network of innovative technology solution providers and uses matching algorithms to quickly order and rank the right solutions for their project requirements. It allows companies to respond to specific challenges by leveraging the power of Synoptica’s network and create their own, bespoke innovation supply chain.

Working with a diverse roster of clients around the world, Synoptic Technologies is a transformative new partner for buyers and sellers of innovative business solutions to engage. With the best talent and technology from iVeridis and Technotomy Ltd., Synoptic Technologies will combine years of industry-leading experience and some of the most effective software in the world to help usher in a new era of super-charged business innovation and accelerate innovations’ access to market.

For more information, visit


About Synoptic Technologies Ltd.:
A company formed through a merger between Technotomy Ltd. and iVeridis, Synoptic Technologies Ltd. creates powerful tools for discovering and managing highly specialised technology innovations. Using custom software to build databases, track companies, and compare services, Synoptic Technologies is becoming one of the leading business solutions organizations in the world. Learn more at

About Technotomy Ltd.:
A UK-based software company established in 2007, Technotomy Ltd. develops bespoke software for Web, mobile, and low level hardware programming. It specializes in data mining, information retrieval, and intelligent computing solutions. Technotomy Ltd.’s clients include UK Trade & Investment, the UK Ministry of Defence, Imperial College London, University of Surrey, Autoline Direct Insurance Consultants Ltd. And others. Learn more at

About iVeridis:
iVeridis is a global leader in sourcing innovative solutions for international brands and government agencies. Founded in 2010, iVeridis uses a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform to connect a massive network of innovators at corporations, academic institutions, incubators, and professional associations with access to in-market and pre-market innovations. Customers include Tesco, Cofely, Knight Frank, TeliaSonera, The Crown Estate and many others. Learn more at

For further information please contact:
Charles Naud
+44 1491 872632
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6  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / Major Boost To UK Robotics Capability With Launch of EPSRC UK Robotics and Auton on: June 24, 2015, 03:24:50 AM
London, UK, 24th June 2015 – The UK’s ability to develop and exploit the vast potential of Robotics and Autonomous Systems was given a major boost today with the formal launch of The EPSRC UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems Network (UK-RAS Network).

The Network will bring together the UK’s core academic capabilities in robotics innovation under national coordination for the first time and encourage academic and industry collaborations that will accelerate the development and adoption of robotics and autonomous systems.

The Network will be unveiled this evening at the Science Museum in London following a public lecture on Robot Ethics, organised by IET Robotics and Mechatronics Network in association with the Science Museum Lates and supported by the EPSRC UK-RAS Network.

The new network has already received strong support by major industrial partners, the Science Museum and the UK’s major professional engineering bodies including Royal Academy of Engineering, IET, and The Institution of Mechanical Engineers. The Network will expand to include broader stakeholders including key national laboratories in the UK and leading international collaborators in both academia and industry. The global market for service and industrial robots is estimated to reach $59.5 billion by 2020.

Commenting on the launch, the UK government’s Minister of State for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson said: “Robotics and autonomous systems have huge growth potential for the UK as one of our Eight Great Technologies. To get it right we need to draw on the expertise of the UK’s research base and the ambition of industry. By working collaboratively, this network will only help to accelerate growth of a high-tech sector and pave the way for new high-value, skilled jobs – a win, win scenario for the UK.”

The EPSRC UK-RAS Network is funded by The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) – the UK's main agency for funding research in engineering and the physical sciences. The Network’s mission is to provide academic leadership in Robotics and Autonomous Systems, expand collaboration with industry and integrate and coordinate activities at eight EPSRC-funded RAS dedicated facilities and Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs) across the UK.

The founding network members are Imperial College London, Bristol Robotics Lab, University of Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt University, University of Leeds, University of Liverpool, Loughborough University, University of Oxford, University of Sheffield, University of Southampton, University College London, and University of Warwick.

Professor Guang-Zhong Yang PhD, FREng, Director and Co-founder of the Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery at Imperial College London and Chair of the UK-RAS Network commented: “Robotics and Autonomous Systems are set to play an increasingly vital role in the growth of the UK economy across all sectors of industry, from transport and healthcare to manufacturing and unmanned systems. This dedicated network provides a focus for the UK’s research and engineering excellence for the first time, ensuring that the UK can maintain its competitive edge in RAS innovation.”

Kedar Pandya, Head of the Engineering Theme for the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, added: “Working with Innovate UK and other research council partners, EPSRC's mission is to support and invest in the world-leading research base that has earned the UK its deserved reputation for research excellence. Robotics and Autonomous Systems are one of the Eight Great Technologies in which the UK is set to be a global leader, and the technology being developed at these EPSRC-funded RAS facilities will deliver a significant impact on the research landscape, and attract the kind of industrial investment that will maximise the UK’s stake in the worldwide robotics market.”

The Network will organise a wide range of activities including network and strategic roadmap events such as the UK Robotics conference, symposia and focused workshops, public engagement and exhibitions. It will also have extensive online engagement activities using social media and web and user forums. The Network aims to strengthen the relationship with industry by supporting interdisciplinary mobility and industrial secondment and developing proof-of-concept (PoC) projects and running design challenges. There is also a strong emphasis on government policy and high-level engagement with international stakeholders.

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Notes to editors:
About EPSCR UK-RAS Network: (
The EPSRC UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems Network (UK-RAS Network) is dedicated to robotics innovation across the UK, with a mission to provide academic leadership in Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS), expand collaboration with industry, and integrate and coordinate activities at eight Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) funded RAS capital facilities and Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs) across the country.

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Email: nicky
  • evokedset[dot]com
Mobile: +44 (0)7747 017654

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7  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / Seamless Translation Management: Plunet BusinessManager and Across Language Serv on: June 23, 2015, 06:35:14 AM
Karlsbad, Germany, 23rd June 2015 – By means of its new dynamic interface, Plunet has integrated key functions of the Across Language Server in the Plunet BusinessManager. In this way, translation departments and language service providers can control and automate their translation processes even more efficiently.

The Plunet BusinessManager has been developed especially for the translation and localization industry. It combines business, workflow, and document management, thereby ideally supplementing the Across Language Server translation management system. At the process level, operational steps such as the text analysis, translation, quality assurance, and release in Across interact with the administrative steps of pricing, quotation, order, and billing in Plunet. In this way, users can link all business and production processes without switching between the systems. The automatic synchronization prevents redundant information. Standardized workflows can be defined and the progress can be viewed in the entire project.

Further information:

Across reader contact:
Tel: +49 7248 925-425

About Across Systems:
Across, based in Karlsbad, Germany, and in Glendale, CA, USA, is the manufacturer of the Across Language Server, a market-leading software platform for all corporate language resources and translation processes. Within a very short time, the use of Across can increase the translation quality and transparency, while reducing the workload and process costs.
The Across Language Server can be used for EN 15038:2006-compliant translation services. As Across Systems GmbH is a certified Microsoft partner, the successful introduction of Microsoft technologies is guaranteed. Thanks to the Software Development Kit (SDK), Across can easily be integrated in IT environments. Integration support is available from the company's Business Services & Support department and from renowned system integrators and technology partners.
Within the scope of its product development, Across collaborates with international universities and academies. For many years, Across has also been focusing on cooperative partnerships with renowned technology companies and language service providers.
Customers of Across (extract): 1&1 Internet AG, Allianz Versicherungs AG, HypoVereinsbank, Miele, SMA Solar Technology AG, ThyssenKrupp, etc.
Further information about Across Systems GmbH is available at

For further information please contact:
Across Systems GmbH
Anja Bergemann
Tel: +49 7248 925-412
Fax: +49 7248 925-444
good news! GmbH
Nicole Körber
Tel: +49 451 88199-12
Fax: +49 451 88199-29
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8  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / ip.access’ presenceCell™ is shortlisted for Mobile Innovation award on: June 17, 2015, 06:53:33 AM
Cambridge, UK, 17th June 2015 – ip.access has been recognised for delivering valuable customer insight through its latest product innovation – the presenceCell™ bringing brands closer to the consumers they are trying to reach.

The small cell and presenceCell™ end-to-end solution provider has been nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Collecting and Use of Data in this year’s Mobile Innovation Awards after presenceCell™ was successfully deployed in Vodafone Turkey’s retail stores in February, earlier this year. The Mobile Innovation Awards will be announced at a ceremony at The Roundhouse Theatre, in Chalk Farm, London, on 6th October, 2015.

The cells connect with customers’ mobile phones allowing the secure collection of valuable data about each customer. This data, which is anonymised at source within the presenceCell™ is used to create insight into consumer shopping patterns, revealing how many people visit stores or shopping malls and how often.

Gavin Ray, SVP Products & Marketing at ip.access, said: “Retailers are always looking for innovations and better ways to understand their customers to better meet their needs.

“The Mobile Innovation Award nomination is testimony to the hard work carried out by our development teams, and proves that international retailers are opting to use carrier based solutions with seamless integration instead of the iBeacon and Wi-Fi alternatives.”

ip.access also announced earlier this month the signing of a multi-million dollar small cell contract with Batelco, the Kingdom of Bahrain’s leading integrated communications operator, as well as winning the Small Cell Forum’s Social Impact Award alongside leading telecom software developer, SiRRAN, at the Small Cell Industry Awards 2015.


About ip.access:
Headquartered in the United Kingdom, ip.access has been creating and deploying small cell solutions for more than ten years. The company has products and solutions live in over 100 customers’ networks around the world, with the capability to accelerate the introduction of additional small cell solutions into those networks irrespective of use case, technology or deployment model.

The company's success is built upon its ability to provide its Service Provider customers with a range of small cell coverage, capacity and presence solutions across all technologies (2G, 3G, and 4G), with a focus on a rapid return on investment and the ability to open up new markets and revenue streams.

The company has an end-to-end deployment philosophy that integrates the small cell access points with converged access gateways and comprehensive network management and performance tools; as well as a strong track record of working with trusted partners on integrated solutions.

For further information visit:

For further information please contact:
Emmanuela Spiteri-Micallef emmanuela.spiteri-micallef[at]ipaccess[dot]com +44 (0) 78999 25229
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9  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / ip.access rolls out multi-million dollar Batelco small cell contract on: June 03, 2015, 06:37:47 AM
Cambridge, UK, 3rd June 2015 – Small cell end-to-end solution provider, ip.access, today confirmed that it was now accelerating the roll-out of a multi-million dollar small cell contract in Bahrain with Batelco, the Kingdom of Bahrain’s leading integrated communications operator.

With the commercial deployment of public access 3G Enterprise small cells well underway across the Kingdom of Bahrain, the contract also covers residential and SoHo indoor deployments across the region. Furthermore Batelco have also commenced a LTE Lab trial with a view of rolling out ip.access LTE small cells during 2015.

Acknowledging the role of the small cell in delivering guaranteed indoor coverage and capacity for key customers, Batelco’s A/CEO Muna Al Hashemi said: “Small cells give the flexibility to provide coverage exactly where our customers need it and mean we can maintain high quality of service levels at all times and in all locations.

“Throughout our selection and evaluation process, it was important to work with a vendor that could deliver not just best in class technology for small cells across all our different use cases but could also work seamlessly with Batelco and our existing suppliers to integrate the solution with our network,” added Mrs. Al Hashemi.

ip.access CEO, Simon Brown said: “This is more evidence of ip.access growth in the region and a confirmation in our ability to deliver an end-to-end solution across the full range of public and private access small cells is paying dividends.

“This experience of delivering and managing the mass-market roll-out of small cells means that we understand this layer of the network better than anyone else,” he added, and that enables us to bring that experience and expertise to bear in all our global deployments.”


About ip.access:
Headquartered in the United Kingdom, ip.access has been creating and deploying small cell solutions for more than ten years. The company has products and solutions live in over 100 customers’ networks around the world, with the capability to accelerate the introduction of additional small cell solutions into those networks irrespective of use case, technology or deployment model.

The company's success is built upon its ability to provide its Service Provider customers with a range of small cell coverage, capacity and presence solutions across all technologies (2G, 3G, and 4G), with a focus on a rapid return on investment and the ability to open up new markets and revenue streams.

The company has an end-to-end deployment philosophy that integrates the small cell access points with converged access gateways and comprehensive network management and performance tools; as well as a strong track record of working with trusted partners on integrated solutions.

ip.access counts Amadeus Capital Partners, Cisco, Frog Capital, Intel Capital, Qualcomm, Rothschild, Scottish Equity Partners and TE Connectivity among its shareholders.

About Batelco:
Batelco Group is headquartered in the Kingdom of Bahrain and listed on the Bahrain Bourse. Batelco has played a pivotal role in the country's development as a major communications hub and today is the leading integrated communications’ provider, continuing to lead and shape the local consumer market and the enterprise ICT market. Batelco has been growing overseas via investing in other market-leading fixed and wireless operators.
Batelco Group has evolved from being a regional Middle Eastern operation to become a major communications company with direct and indirect investments across 14 geographies, namely Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Egypt, Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man, Maldives, Diego Garcia, St. Helena, Ascension Island and the Falkland Islands.

For further information please contact:
Emmanuela Spiteri-Micallef
+44 (0) 78999 25229
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10  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / Development Platform released for Cortus APS Processor IP Cores on: June 03, 2015, 05:29:29 AM
Montpellier, France, 3rd June 2015 – Cortus, a technology leader in low-power, silicon-efficient, 32-bit processor IP, announced the availability of a Development Platform for Cortus’ APS processor cores today. The Cortus Development Platform comprises a board based on a Xilinx Spartan-6X75, the Cortus Eclipse IDE and Cortus GCC toolchain. The board includes an I/O footprint compatible with the Arduino Due enabling the wide choice of Arduino Due-compatible shields to be used to extend the platform.

Software development is a major part of the development of a system-on-chip (SoC) or an ASIC with an embedded processor. Cortus 32-bit processor IP cores have been designed from the outset for embedded processing applications based on coding in C or C++. The APS cores are a volume-proven basis for a wide range of applications including smartcards, video processing, smart sensors, touchscreen controllers, wireless, security, industrial control and Internet of Things (IoT). The new platform enables software developers to rapidly develop drivers and to integrate software and hardware before the SoC design is prototyped.

The Cortus FPGA board is based on the Xilinx Spartan-6 X75 and includes 1 Mbyte synchronous SRAM as well as a 32 Mbit SPI flash memory. The flash memory holds the FPGA configuration and can also be shared to hold the application software. A 10/100 Mbits/s Ethernet transceiver PHY is connected directly to the FPGA and is fully compatible with the Cortus 10/100 Ethernet MAC IP block. A USB interface provides a JTAG interface fully compatible with Cortus development tools under Windows and Linux. Additional I/O connectors enable the DDR2 memory to be up to 512 Mbytes.

“Developing drivers, porting software and validating the HW/SW interface is one of the key time-to-market challenges of developing SoCs with embedded processors”, said Mr. Christopher Kopetzky, Vice President of Engineering at Cortus. He adds, “The new platform combines Cortus’ proven SW development tools with the ability to extend the board through Arduino Due-compatible shields and DDR2 memory.”

With an APS23 requiring 19% utilisation and APS25 requiring 29% utilisation the Cortus platform provides ample capacity for all APS cores. The capacity of the Spartan-6 X75 is sufficient to allow multi-core systems to be emulated on the FPGA board. The ability to extend the memory can be used to include a USB 2.0 PHY in combination with a Cortus USB 2.0 controller in order to create a prototyping platform for embedded Linux systems. Furthermore the platform can incorporate IDEs from Cortus’ partners as an alternative to Cortus Eclipse.

Cortus licenses a range of low power, silicon efficient, 32-bit processor cores supporting a range computational performance and supporting different system complexity. The cores start from entry-level 32-bit cores suitable for upgrading 8-bit cores to cores supporting caches, co-processors and symmetric multiprocessing systems. They share the simple vectored interrupt structure, which ensures rapid, real time interrupt response, with low software overhead.

All APS processor cores interface to Cortus’ peripherals including Ethernet 10/100 MAC, USB 2.0 Device and USB 2.0 OTG via the efficient APS bus. The Ethernet MAC allows the chosen physical interface to be connected using either the Medium Independent Interface (MII) or Reduced Medium Independent Interface (RMII). Flexible memory interfaces with two independent DMA channels enable system design to ensure low CPU overhead reception and transmission without any danger of frames being lost. Hardware address filtering enables a single interface to respond to multiple MAC addresses.

Cortus will be exhibiting at the 52nd Design Automation Conference (DAC) in San Francisco, California from 8-10th June 2015 at Booth #2503

About Cortus S.A.S.:
Cortus S.A.S. is a technology enabler for rapidly growing applications including Internet of Things (IoT), wearable electronic devices, smart sensors and security. It has specialised in 32-bit processor cores which can significantly reduce manufacturing costs while achieving computational performance and power constraints. Over 700 million devices containing Cortus cores are used in a wide range of applications including automotive, CMOS imaging, M2M controllers, secure execution, sensors, SIM cards, PayTV cards, touchscreen controllers, smart metering and wireless. Cortus’ headquarters are in Montpellier, France

For further information please contact:
Roddy Urquhart,
+44 753 158 7023
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11  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / Students in the running for once in a lifetime entrepreneurial trip to USA on: June 02, 2015, 06:50:46 AM
Southampton, 2nd June 2015 – Some of the UK’s most entrepreneurial university students and graduates are set to be honoured this week (June 4) as SETsquared holds its annual Student Enterprise Awards at St Mary’s Stadium in Southampton.

As part of the event student and graduate businesses from Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey are in the running to win a fully funded trip to America to help them develop their ideas for market in the USA.

The awards evening is hosted this year by the University of Southampton and run annually by SETsquared, a partnership of the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey which helps entrepreneurs and start-ups to grow.

Awards will be given on the night for ‘Best Student Enterprise’, ‘Best Graduate Enterprise’ and ‘Game Changer Social Enterprise’. In addition, one lucky entrepreneur or business will win the chance of a lifetime in the form of the Grant Thornton Entrepreneurial Excellence Award. The winning business, selected by Grant Thornton in Southampton, will get a trip to the US for up to two of its team to gain insight into developing a business for the stateside market.

Among the companies in the running for the Grant Thornton award and set to be honoured on the night are:

From The University of Bath
• Pasta Pit-Stop – a restaurant aimed at ‘Generation Z street food’ diners, fusing a lively, themed bar with a self-service eating area.
• Office Pantry – a graduate start-up that delivers super foods to offices.
• Ordo – the company has developed an app called Ordable which allows you to browse, order and pay for food and drinks at restaurants using your smartphone. The iBeacon technology behind it means the app can micro-locate smartphone users indoors and even assign them to a table.

From The University of Bristol
• Filthy Banana – a food business selling hot banana desserts. The business is the brainchild of students Sam and Amin, who have combined their experience in working in top restaurants and market stalls. The company has gone from strength to strength throughout the year and the pair is now looking for a permanent physical location to start pushing the company further forward.
• Idea Skateboards – a graduate business set up by Rob Owen out of his passion for skating and art. The company provides the skate community with originally designed clothing and art through working with as many artists as possible.
• The Bristol Bicycle Company – the company offers cheap and affordable bike rentals to students in Bristol who otherwise may not have the money to cycle. The company has already received funding from the Students’ Union, Bristol Hubs and Bristol City Council.

From The University of Exeter
• Siymb – a company that uses inexpensive wearable technology to transform the way people interact with each other at conferences and exhibitions. With a simple handshake, participants will be able to exchange details about one another, abolishing the need for printed business cards and leaflets.
• Pulsenotes – an online medical revision service that gives undergraduate medical students presentations, notes and MCQs to help them in their studies. The graduate business was formed by three medical students and they have the financial and business backing of seasoned entrepreneur Phillip Cameron of No.1 Traveller.
• TickBox – this company has made a decision-making platform that helps voters and candidates in elections. In its first year the company connected over 250,000 voters to potential candidates, using a new technology that lists profiles on every candidate standing in the election, regardless of popularity, funding or belief.

From The University of Southampton
• SanEco is a social enterprise business that empowers communities using sanitation and empowers entrepreneurs to change their own lives and their communities forever.
• DividaBill – The graduate business was set up by Jon and Saumeel, who had trouble with dealing with their bills while studying at The University of Southampton. They decided to solve the problem by setting up a business where customers can sign up once and all their bills are set up and managed. The system saves over £100 a year compared to leading providers.
• Metix Ltd – a medical technology company that is developing a robust handheld vital signs monitor called COREMED® Aid.

From The University of Surrey
• Red Gap – an ethical company that sources handmade artwork from artists in China, providing them with work. So far the company’s branding model has enabled them to provide 68 artworks and help eight craftsmen. By the end of the year it hopes to provide opportunities for at least 50 in need artists, many of whom are affected by disabilities, mental illness or poverty.
• Team Tops Ltd – a graduate business from the University of Surrey which produces printed, embroidered and bespoke company. Already the start-up’s clients include the likes of Microsoft, Mercedes and even Brian May from Queen.
• TrueInvivo – a company that has developed an innovative method of measuring radiation dosage and spread in cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy. The TrueInvivo device is so small that it can be placed into the patient’s body to provide immediate data on dosages, enabling treatment to be monitored more effectively and accurately.

A ‘People’s Choice’ award will also be presented on the night, as voted for by audience members.

Simon Bond, innovation director at SETsquared, said: “The number of young people going on to set up their own businesses straight from our five partner universities is increasing year on year and it’s refreshing to see so many young people being fearless and taking the leap. While the entrepreneurialism route is often perceived as a risky one, there is more help out there now for budding entrepreneurs than ever. With the right support, mentoring and access to funding there is no reason that students and graduates can’t develop their start-ups into national and international businesses.”

Norman Armstrong, partner at Grant Thornton’s Southampton office, added: “Entrepreneurship has a huge part to play in the growth of the UK economy over the coming years and is directly related to creating sustainable and dynamic communities. It’s important that all stakeholders and not just the government do all they can to help support entrepreneurship at a local and regional level. That’s why we are incredibly supportive of the work of SETsquared and why we are delighted to provide this fantastic opportunity for one of the shortlisted businesses to win a trip to the USA to further their market research.”
Max Toti, managing director and chief technology officer of Captec Ltd, will be the guest speaker at Thursday night’s event. An alumni of The University of Southampton, he is a visiting lecturer for UK technology universities on innovation, entrepreneurship and wealth creation.


Members of the press are invited to attend the SETsquared Student Enterprise Awards. The event takes place from 5 to 9pm at St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton.

For more information, images or to attend please contact:
Laura Downton at Carswell Gould
T: 023 80 238001
E: laura[at]carswellgould[dot]

About SETsquared:
SETsquared is a collaboration between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey which partners in enterprise activities and collectively supports the growth and success of new business opportunities through spin-outs, licensing, incubation and education. The partnership also works with industry through research collaboration and consultancy.

In the last 11 years SETsquared has developed over 1,000 high tech start-ups that have generated some £1bn in investment. It is named by the UBI as the joint best university incubator in Europe and 4th best globally.

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12  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / Checking the Pulse of the UK and International Tech Start-Up Scene on: June 02, 2015, 05:37:17 AM
UK, 2nd June 2015 – CW and SETsquared announce the launch of the 6th Discovering Start-Ups Competition
01.06.15, Cambridge: CW and SETsquared have launched the 6th annual Discovering Start-Ups Competition (DS15), inviting emerging UK and international early-stage technology companies and digital entrepreneurs to win the chance to pitch their technology and business ideas at the finals to be held at Deloitte’s London offices on 21 October 2015.
The free to enter competition will bring together disruptive tech newcomers and an expert panel of judges from the technology and investment sector, including Google, BT, Broadcom, IBM, Deloitte, Orange Labs, Samsung, London Business Angels and Cambridge Angels, who will check the pulse of the UK and international tech start-up scene. As well as facing tough questions, the fifteen finalists will also get immediate feedback from the judges, chaired by serial entrepreneur, angel investor and Chairman of CW, David Cleevely, CBE, FREng, FIET.
“These are exciting and challenging times for the established technology industry which is facing competition from the next generation of entrepreneurs, ready to disrupt existing modes of business,” commented Bob Driver, newly appointed CEO of CW. “I’m thrilled CW is a part of this competition, which is going international for the first time this year, and aims to discover emerging companies with the potential to mould future trends.”
“I’m looking forward to seeing more start-ups with breakthrough mobile communications applications than ever entering this year’s DS competition – many participants from previous years have gone on to achieve great successes with their businesses. I hope this year’s competitors will do the same - or even better!” said Simon Bond, Innovation Director at SETsquared and joint DS15 competition organiser.
The Discovering Start-Ups competition serves as a unique platform for start-ups to showcase their innovative technologies, network and help them gain exposure and traction. “We have had enormous traction since being a winner of Discovering Start-Ups,” commented Benedikt von Thüngen, CEO of Speechmatics, cloud-based, multilingual speech recognition start-up and one of the winners from DS14. “These include winning key clients such as BBC, McKinsey and the UK Government, and signing a seven-figure non-exclusive licence deal; we’re now in a position to rapidly expand our team and drive the business forward.”
“Since DS14, we have seen an increased awareness of our innovative solutions by healthcare groups and providers of services to the healthcare sectors that has resulted in several requests for partnering opportunities,” said Kevin Auton, Founder and Managing Director at Aseptika (Activ8rlives) another winner from last year with its integrated suite of self-monitoring devices for long-term health conditions.
The 6th Discovering Start-Ups Competition (DS15) is now open for UK and international entries. The deadline for applications is 14 September 2015.
To strike up a conversation about DS15 @CambWireless and feature your tech innovations, please use #DSrupt
Jointly managed by Cambridge Wireless (CW) and SETsquared, DS15 is kindly sponsored and hosted by Deloitte along with Google, Qualcomm Ventures and IC Resources, and supported by St John’s Innovation Centre, Tech City UK, techUK, Wayra, New Entrepreneurs Foundation, Provence Partnership and CW Business SIG Champions.
To find out more about this event, please visit the DS15 website, alternatively contact Anna Nadolna at anna.nadolna[at]cambridgewireless[dot] or call +44 (0) 1223 967 101

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

For Cambridge Wireless please contact:
Lily Cheng Cambridge Wireless 01223 967101,
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13  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / AsiaInfo is launching Veris Real-Time Intelligence (RTI) on: June 01, 2015, 06:02:35 AM
Beijing/Cambridge/Nice, 1st June 2015 – AsiaInfo, China’s largest telecoms software and services company, is launching Veris Real-Time Intelligence (RTI), a powerful new real-time customer engagement and interaction engine for its award-winning Veris™ BSS product suite.

Veris RTI provides operators the capability to offer relevant promotions and customer support in real-time in direct response to the individual context of each customer based on a wide variety of factors.

Veris RTI aggregates and enriches real-time contextual information streamed from both network and BSS event sources to effect customer engagement through a variety of channels.

The RTI engine orchestrates an appropriate and immediate response to customer needs identified by interpreting information from multiple sources including billing, CRM systems, and the data network. It expands the existing capabilities of the Veris C³ contextual-awareness center, which enables operators to run real-time targeted campaigns based on the services customers are using on their smartphones. Veris RTI adds complex event processing to orchestrate an appropriate real-time response to a sequence of events from multiple sources.

For example, a low data balance (identified by the charging platform) occurring when the customer is watching a video (identified by Veris C3), could trigger an offer to the customer to purchase a day pass for the video app they are using.

The RTI engine combines Veris C3 with a new Customer Engagement Centre (CEC) which assimilates multiple data feeds to identify each customer’s context – such as the status of their billing account, current orders, recent contact with the operator’s call center or other channels, and also any activity on social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook.

“Veris RTI gives operators a fully rounded view of each customer’s context in real-time, enabling the operator to respond with the right help for each individual customer at exactly the right time and through the right channel,” explained Dr Andy Tiller, AsiaInfo’s vice president of product marketing.

“Drawing on multiple data feeds, RTI is able to handle complex logic to ensure the best customer experience. For example, it might make sense to offer some customers an incentive to top up with a larger amount than usual if they are running low on their data balance while consuming data intensive services such as video; while other customers should be offered a day pass, and still others a turbo boost for higher data speeds. The relevant offer would depend not only on the customer’s static profile, but also on their dynamic real-time context.”

The speed of response capable of being delivered by the RTI engine is key to its success. “It has to be true real-time,” said Tiller. “If you are making an offer to a customer regarding a service top-up, it is vital that offer is delivered before the customer tops up anyway.

“Veris RTI is able to deliver that targeted help and support, as well as enabling marketing campaigns and offers, in true real-time, with the capability to adjust any offers if the customer’s real-time context changes. We believe that this is the most powerful customer engagement and interaction solution that has ever been offered to the operator community.”


Note to editors at TMForum Live:
AsiaInfo will be giving demonstrations of Veris RTI on its booth at the TMForum Live in Nice. AsiaInfo’s booth is number 75 on Level 3 of the Conference Centre.

For further information about Veris RTI please visit

About AsiaInfo:
AsiaInfo, Inc. is a leading provider of internet-based systems and software to the telecommunications industry. Headquartered in Beijing, we employ more than 15,000 professionals worldwide.

AsiaInfo provides a full suite of business and operations support systems and professional services to solve the business challenges of the future. Through our innovative BSS/OSS, Big Data, and security software products, AsiaInfo is driving the transformation of the telecoms industry into the new Business Internet era.

Our core Veris™ product suite includes billing and customer care systems that serve nearly a billion subscribers globally, plus business intelligence, network management, network security, and OTT and cross-vertical collaboration solutions. Veris is the cornerstone of our growing ecosystem to support the transformation to the Business Internet.

Our customers work with us to converge large-scale pre-and post-paid mobile operations; improve time to market for new products and services; and develop cost-effective new business models. In China we have more than 50% market share in Billing, CRM and Business Intelligence through our longstanding partnerships with China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom. We have deployed our BSS solutions with leading operators throughout Asia, and our expansion into Europe has already resulted in two major contracts with Telenor Group. For more information please visit

For editorial information contact:
Kevin Taylor or Nicky Denovan at Standing Tall Communications
Emails addresses:
kevin(dot)taylor(at)standingtallcomms(dot)com nicky(dot)denovan(at)standingtallcomms(dot)com
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14  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno News / GENEU Chief Scientific Officer Professor Christofer Toumazou Honoured With IEEE on: May 27, 2015, 06:05:18 AM
London, UK, 27th May 2015 – GENEU, creator of the world’s first in-store DNA test for personalised skincare, today announces that GENEU’s Chief Scientific Officer and inventor of the core technology behind its high street revolution, Professor Chris Toumazou, has been awarded the prestigious IEEE Field Medal in Biomedical Engineering. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – the world's largest technical professional society – has honoured Professor Toumazou with the IEEE Field Medal in Biomedical Engineering in recognition of his “outstanding contributions to biomedical circuit technology”. The award was president by IEEE President and CEO, Howard E. Michel, during the ISCAS international symposium in Lisbon.

IEEE field medals are administered by the IEEE Awards Board on behalf of the IEEE Board of Directors, and represent the highest-level awards given by IEEE. Professor Toumazou is the current European Inventor of the Year for the enabling technology used by GENEU, awarded by the European Patent Office – Europe's highest distinction for inventors worldwide.

IEEE President and CEO, Howard E. Michel said: “Professor Toumazou is an engineer who has developed numerous medical devices that have revolutionised healthcare. The IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation for the benefit of humanity and Professor Toumazou’s work was a stand-out contender for the Biomedical Engineering Award in what was a very competitive field.”

Professor Chris Toumazou is CSO at GENEU, a new retail brand which is delivering its pioneering “DNA BeautyLab on a microchip” service based on technology invented by Prof. Toumazou. From its flagship store in Mayfair, London, GENEU provides a DNA personalised skincare serum targeting optimal skin health and a bespoke consultation with a PhD scientific advisor, all within 30-45 minutes.

Commenting on the IEEE field medal, Professor Chris Toumazou said: “I am extremely proud to have been awarded this honour by IEEE, and I would like to express my gratitude to the Awards Board for this distinction.” He added: “IEEE’s vision is ‘Advancing Technology for Humanity’, and that has been the guiding principle of both my academic and business career, including my work with GENEU, which is absolutely at the vanguard of a disruptive, on-the-spot DNA diagnostic market that will ultimately transform public health.”

Ends –

Notes to editors:

About Professor Christofer Toumazou FRS, FREng, FMedSci, FIET, FIEEE, FCGI, FRSM, CEng, DEng, PhD, BSc:
Professor Chris Toumazou is Regius Professor of Engineering, Chair in Biomedical Circuit Design, Director of the Centre for Bio-Inspired Technology and Founder and Chief Scientist for the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London. He is also founder and director of Toumaz, chairman of DNA Electronics, and Chief Scientific Officer at GENEU. He is distinguished for his innovative silicon technology and integrated circuit design for electronic device in the field of devices for medical diagnosis and therapy. Professor Toumazou is pre-eminent amongst the global community of contemporary medical engineers. In 1994 Toumazou was appointed the youngest Professor ever to be appointed at Imperial College, at the age of 33. In 2013 he became London’s First Regius Professor of Engineering conferred to Imperial College during the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

About GENEU: (
GENEU are a worlds first in DNA personalised skincare. Using groundbreaking microchip technology developed over ten years at Imperial College London, GENEU provide their clients with bespoke skincare tailored to their genes. Using this innovative approach, clients are not only able to understand exactly what their skin needs to maintain its healthiest state but also gain an insight into what to avoid. GENEU assess both collagen level breakdown and antioxidant protection alongside a lifestyle questionnaire to gain a comprehensive insight into an individuals precise skincare needs. Once this is established, the client is provided with a dual serum that has been specifically tailored with the exact concentrations and active ingredients to suit them.

This process takes place at their futuristic store in Mayfair.

Nicky Denovan
Email: nicky
  • evokedset[dot]com
Mobile: +44 (0)7747 017654
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