DecaWave chief executive Ciaran Connell said the funding will be used to quicken the development of the company’s next–generation technology.

Decawave, a Dublin-based developer of semiconductors, has closed a $4.5 million (€4 million)funding round from angel investors, bringing the total inv(...)

Festival fun: the South By Southwest music, film and technology festival in Austin earlier this year – “Keep Austin Weird!” has become a catch-all calling card for the city which attracts musicians and software coders, political liberals and start-up entrepreneurs. Photograph: Darrell Craig Harris/Getty Images

Austin revels in its kooky status and the Texan capital’s slogan “Keep Austin Weird!” has become a catch-all calling card for musicians and softwar(...)

Ciaran Connell, chief executive officer, DecaWave at the European Business Angel Congress held in Dublin yesterday.

Eoin Burke-KennedyDublin-based chip developer DecaWave has won top honours at the European Business Angel Congress and annual awards event. The two-da(...)

Decawave chief executive Ciaran Connell. The Dublin-headquartered firm has opened its first office in the US, as it seeks to support the company’s expansion overseas.  Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Dublin-headquartered chip firm DecaWave has opened its first office in the US, as it seeks to support the company’s expansion overseas. DecaWave, whic(...)