Decawave provides ultra-wideband (UWB) wireless technology through a low-power chip that can identify the specific location of any object indoors to within a few centimetres

Irish chipmaker Decawave has been acquired by Apple supplier Qorvo in a deal estimated to be worth about $400 million (€363 million). Founded in 2007(...)

The 2018 deal values were skewered by the €54 billion approach by Japan’s Takeda Pharmaceutical for Dublin-headquartered Shire

There was a jump in mergers and acquisitions in the State last year. The value of such deals surged, new figures from Mergermarket show. The value of(...)

DisplayNote has partnered with some of the world’s largest manufacturers of display technology

Belfast-based DisplayNote Technologies has secured £1.1 million (€1.25 million) in funding to be used to bolster the company’s ranks as it looks to bu(...)

Kernel Capital partner Jayne Brady, Causeway Sensors chief executive Dr Bob Pollard, Invest NI director of corporate finance William McCulla and Bank of Ireland business adviser Odhran McNeilly.

Causeway Sensors, a Belfast-based diagnostics company which has developed nano-sized sensing chips that can be used to detect early-stage cancer and (...)

DecaWave chief executive and co-founder Ciaran Connell

Irish chipmaker DecaWave has announced 100 new jobs over the next three years following the closing of a $30 million (€24.4 million) funding round. F(...)

Beyond the script: Code Institute works with industry advisors to develop and keep up to date courses it says are addressing the skills gap that exists in the industry both in Ireland and overseas

Education technology company Code Institute has raised €500,000 in seed funding as it seeks to develop its suite of courses and expand overseas. Th(...)

Trevor Winckworth of In Hand Guides: ‘People can use our guides anywhere – indoors or out – without any hitch in service.’

Cork-based company In Hand Guides produces low-cost audio guides primarily for the tourism sector. The company has already sold more than 500,000 uni(...)