Company based at Loughborough University receives export recognition
Loughborough, UK, 27th June 2013 - CommAgility was yesterday presented with the Queen's Award for Enterprise in a ceremony at Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park, where the company is based.
The Lord Lieutenant of Leicestershire, Lady Gretton, made the presentation. Attendees included Professor Steve Rothberg, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Enterprise) at Loughborough University, Peter Hogarth, Regional Director East Midlands at UKTI, and Rowena Limb, Director, BIS East Midlands & South East Midlands.
As announced in April, Loughborough-based CommAgility received the award for International Trade, in recognition of its success in selling to overseas markets. From 2010 to 2012, CommAgility's export sales grew by 51%.CommAgility designs, manufactures and sells complex electronic products for next generation wireless telecoms, focusing on 4G technology and new standards such as LTE and LTE Advanced.
For more information on The Queen's Awards, see www.queensawards.org.uk.
CommAgility is a leading manufacturer of signal processing AMC modules for wireless and other signal processing applications, combining flexible interfaces including analogue RF, the latest Texas Instruments DSPs and Xilinx FPGAs, and high bandwidth on and off-card communications using Serial RapidIO and Ethernet. Customers around the world use CommAgility products to develop a wide range of high performance applications, and recent designs include test equipment, trial systems and base stations for a wide range of wireless standards especially WiMAX, LTE and LTE Advanced.
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