Keeping our readers up to date on the tech sector in the South East, this is our round-up of the latest news and developments from this ever-evolving sector.
Fareham: Beyond Encryption's email security solution rolled out at GES
Based in Fareham, Hampshire, Beyond Encryption has developed a market-leading email security system, Mailock. BE’s Mailock system has recently been chosen by Goonhilly Earth Station (GES), a satellite-communications enabler, as its security solution.
“Goonhilly provides world-beating connectivity, operational solutions and data services. (…) For Mailock to be selected as its [GES] chosen digital security solution is a tremendous endorsement for the company,” said Paul Holland, chief executive, Beyond Encryption.
Quadient, an international company that specialises in mailing equipment, business process automation and customer experience management, discusses the secrets of uptime and how to maintain high packaging performance as productivity and boosting performance are at heart of every business. Will Carder, automation sales engineer at Quadient, says:
“There are highly sophisticated packaging systems available that can tailor-make individual cardboard boxes to the exact optimum size of the ordered item(s) at a rate of up 1100 packages per hour.(…) These sophisticated machines deliver huge advantages in terms of fast, efficient throughput, savings on cardboard and void fill, increased trailer density and fewer vehicles on the road.”
To find out more about uptime and advanced automated packaging solutions read more here.Sonardyne wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation
Hampshire-based Sonardyne has been recognised with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation, the highest award a UK business can receive. This marine technology company has developed a pioneering system that is used to study ocean floor movement. Sonardyne’s seabed deformation monitoring system provides engineers and scientists with critical new understanding of the seafloor and the physical processes that act upon it.
Graham Brown, managing director of Sonardyne, said “This award, our fourth Queen’s Award, reflects the commitment of our workforce, both here at our headquarters in Hampshire and at our international locations, in solving our clients’ most important underwater challenges. It has added significance this year, as we celebrate our 50th year in business.”
More on the story here.Aylesbury: Phoenix Datacom announces investment from LDC
Lloyds Development Capital Limited, is a mid-market private equity house and subsidiary of Lloyds Banking GroupPrivate equity investor LDC will invest in Phoenix Datacom, a data and network security specialist based in Aylesbury.
“We’re seeing a high demand from organisations wanting to ensure they have cutting-edge technology to scale their networks and protect against cyber-threats. With LDC’s support, we will be able to maximise this opportunity so that we can build, scale and further enhance our product and service offering,” said John Carson, managing director of Phoenix Datacom.
More on the investment here.