Silicon Fen


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Silicon Fen

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(Communications & Information) an area of Cambridgeshire, esp around the city of Cambridge, in which industries associated with information technology are concentrated
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The University of Cambridge's longstanding role as a catalyst for scientific innovation has fueled its close links to the nearby high-tech business cluster known as Silicon Fen -- as well as to the San Francisco area and Silicon Valley, as Ray Dolby's legacy so clearly demonstrates.
In 2010, Peter Mandelson asked Hermann Hauser, the Silicon Fen entrepreneur and venture capitalist, to put together a study on technology incubators that then led to the creation of new Catapult technology centres across the UK.
Geomerics comes from Cambridge's so-called Silicon Fen area and became part of ARM, the UK's most successful technology export company, in December 2013.
Europe is now home to a number of thriving technology hubs--many of them named to indicate their Silicon Valley ambitions, including Silicon Fen, Silicon Glen, and Silicon Roundabout.
Silicon Fen This is a collection of technological businesses in the Cambridge region.
Silicon Fen near Cambridge University, and Technopolis Innovation Park Delft near Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands).
From Silicon Valley to Silicon Fen, such initiatives have been, by and large, relatively successful, offering new jobs, economic growth and relatively free transport access, as well as the more obvious goals of stimulating high-tech research and related intellectual and financial profits.
Within a 20-mile radius of Cambridge University, one of the world's leading science and technology universities, more than 1,500 high-tech and knowledge-based startups have settled in what is known as Silicon Fen.
It led to him setting up an electronics business in Cambridge in the late 1980s, a time when the electronics business was booming and Cambridge became known as Silicon Fen.
Brightstar has developed an extensive entrepreneurial network within the Silicon Fen environment of the A14 Cambridge-Ipswich Hi-Tech Corridor and are driving forward the UK agenda of "enterprise for all.
There is hardly a mobile communications device in the Western world that does not contain at least one component designed and researched by a company from Silicon Fen.
You have the Tech City in London, and Silicon Fens near Cambridge, which have drawn in like-minded companies, helped by government investment.