Swansea University prepping new computer science centre

Swansea University has announced plans to set up a new computer science research centre on the soon-to-open Bay Campus. The university hopes the centre, to be called Computational Foundry, will attract world-leading researchers to Wales and place Swansea at the heart of a thriving regional tech and digital ecosystem. It’ll do this by acting as...

BT to test G.fast ultrafast broadband in Swansea

BT has established a G.fast lab at its Swansea office and is to begin testing ultrafast broadband in the city. The test, based on the G.fast standard and incorporating technology supplied by Alcatel-Lucent, will provide 100 Swansea premises with 500Mbps broadband. Such broadband – capable of maintaining speeds up to 1Gbps – could eventually expand...

The Digital Dozen: A showcase of innovative Welsh tech companies

The organisers of Digital 2015 – a tech conference due to be held at Celtic Manor in June – have revealed a report outlining 12 of Wales’s most innovative technology companies. Called the Digital Dozen, it represents a diverse range of products and services – from innovative start-ups to established players– and aims to champion new...

Interview: Miranda Bishop on women in tech

There’s a major problem in the tech industry: a lack of female employees. According to E-Skills, women made up just 16% of the UK’s technology workforce in 2013. This is between 26 – 30% in the United States, proving how much of an epidemic this really is. Miranda Bishop, a 26-year-old digital marketer, is so...

New digital chief role announced by Welsh Government

The Welsh Government has announced it’s to appoint a chief digital officer to oversee the digital transformation of the Welsh public sector. The new role forms part of the government’s Digital First strategy paper, which was published recently and sets out initial aims for overhauling devolved services provided in Wales. These aims include planning a...

App created in four days previewed

As you’d imagine, turning an idea into a viable business proposition is not an easy task – it takes a lot of time and energy. Well, it appears this isn’t always the case, as decision-making app Dooloop can prove. Its team developed and previewed it at an event held Cardiff’s Life Sciences Hub in just...

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