31st July 2017
CCww announces First Licensees for its NB-IoT Protocol-Stack
CCww now has 2 active licensees for its Release-13 NB-IoT protocol stack - both chip-makers are making good progress towards meeting their project goals of being in among the earliest NB-IoT chips to enter service. Top of the list of reasons for choosing CCww were: low memory requirements; flexible layer-1 for rapid integration with base-band; CCww's history of success as a supplier of protocol-stacks to leading chip-makers since 2001.
Find out more about CCww's NB-IOT stack here
9th Mar 2017
TracSure(tm) based M-Call Wins award for innovation
Masternaut's M-Call vehicle management solution, M-Call, has won an award for innovation at the Commerical Insurance Awards dinner. CCww created M-Call based on the TracSure(tm) 700 reference design, to Masternaut's specification. It uses SiRF GPS with CCww's STAR-Let GSM-GPRS modem-module, reporting position, acceleration, heading, time along with configuration/manament data in real-time with journey start/end points recorded. Accidents are automatically identified and detailed information is sent immediately for FNOL processing along with a voice-call set-up. M-Call is typically installed in a vehicle and working in under a minute.
Ask CCww for more information on TracSure(tm) reference designs here
27th Feb 2017
UK Minister of State for Trade & Investment visits CCww at MWC Barcelona
The Rt Hon. Greg Hands (right) MP visited CCww's stand at MWC to learn more about CCww's global technology exports to countries including: China, India, Israel, India, Mexico, South Africa, Taiwan and USA. Speaking with the Minister are Richard Carter (left), CCww Managing Director, and Anthony Cutler (centre), VP Sales & Marketing.
22nd Nov 2016
CCww attends The Evolution of Fleet Management, organised by Mint Tulip
Fleet managers nationwide strive to optimise the lifecycle, service maintenance and utilisation of their vehicles.
By adopting the right strategic platform, there is an opportunity to leverage multiple sources of telematics and other vehicle data to optimise the lifecycle of vehicles.
This event, hosted by Microsoft at their Headquarters in Reading, UK, will demonstrate the art of the possible using telematics-enabled fleet management, with examples of automotive and assets trackers based on TracSure(tm) technology developed by CCww. Use our 'contacts' form for more information.
Why not sign-up using: https://enterprise.microsoft.com/en-gb/event/evolution-fleet-management/ and see how TracSure(tm), in conjunction with Mint Tulip, can transform your fleet management.
14th Nov 2016
CCww joins GSMA Mobile IoT Innovators
CCww has joined the GSMA's Mobile IoT Innovators community (part of the Mobile IoT Initiative) to share information and ideas on NB-IoT and EC-GSM-IoT technologies.
CCww's CEO, Richard Carter, attended the inaugural networking-event of the Mobile IoT Innovators' community in Barcelona on 14th November and shared innovative ideas with the industry's key players including operators, chip and module suppliers, as well as smart-meter manufacturers.
CCww is developing a portable NB-IoT UE embedded protocol stack for licensing to chip vendors and module designers. Use our 'contacts' form to find out more!
23rd May 2016
Ratlake's "Ping" Tracks from Portsmouth to Ulaanbaatar on a single charge
Based on TracSure(tm) technology, Ratlake's Ping personal/asset tracker has described a journey of over 8,000 miles from UK to Mongolia, from Portsmouth, across to France, then Belgium, Germany, Czech Replubic, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Russia and finally across Mongolia to Ulanbaatar - on a single charge of the battery. This is an amazing feat of human, vehicular and battery performance. The journey is portrayed here:
Read more about Ping here
11th November 2015
Elected to FIET
CCww is pleased to announce that its VP of Sales and Marketing, Anthony Cutler, has been elected to Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (FIET), one of the world’s leading engineering institutions with over 163,000 members in 127 countries.
19th October 2015
CCww attended the 6th China-UK Internet Forum
Richard Carter attended the 6th China-UK Internet Forum on 19th October 2015 at the BIS Conference Centre in London. The forum was jointly organised by China's State Internet Information Office and the UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Delegates from the Cyberspace Administration of China and the business delegation of President Xi Jinping's state-visit attended the event, along with representatives from various UK technology businesses.
There were interesting presentations on the progress of 5G research and an update on the IoT, as well as a talk by the Minister of State for Culture and the Digital Economy, Ed Vaizey regarding co-operation between UK and Chinese businesses.
DATE: 23-July 2015
CCww is developing an IoT/M2M Layer-3
CCww is updating its GPRS Layer-3 for IoT operation; the development is host-based for easy integration and test, and available as a complete software subsystem, including test-scripts and documentation.
See more here
DATE: 26-February 2015
CCww embarks on a partnership for LTE plaform and modem module
CCww announces today a prtnership for the development of a Release-12 LTE-Advanced E-UTRA UE platform for a chip design and modem module, with NextG-Com and PA Consulting Group
More in press release here
DATE: 9th Dec 2014
CCww joins ETSI; contributes to OneM2M project
CCww has become a full member of ETSI, the global standards organisation for Information and Communication Technologies, based in Sophia Antipolis (south of France). In the photo (below), Richard Carter, MD CCww receives the membership certificate from Simon Hicks, the ETSI General Assembly Chairman. CCww are contributors to the OneM2M Project, the global standards initiative for M2M / IoT.
27-Feb to 2-Mar 2017 MWC Barcelona
28-Jun to 1-Jul 2017 MWC Shanghai