Mark has been at the center of the Silicon Valley business and technology world for years working for companies like Xerox PARC (Palo Alto Research Center), NeXT, Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, Cypress Semiconductor and Dell. Mark was directly responsible for shipping five systems for the communications and computation markets that contributed over $1 billion in
HarvestAll® silicon chip technology will enable battery-free IoT infrastructure Trameto, the power management technology company focused on micro-energy harvesting, has become one of fewer than 4% of recent applicants to the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 SME Instrument Phase 2 programme to be successfully awarded grant funding. It is also the only company in Wales to
Trameto, the Chepstow-based company pioneering micro energy harvesting technology to reduce the need for batteries or wired power, is taking its innovative products to Europe. The company has appointed international business development specialists AnotherTrail to help it engage customers.
Trameto’s HarvestAll® silicon chip technology will enable battery-free IoT infrastructure Chepstow, UK, 23 August 2018: Trameto, the power management technology company focused on micro-energy harvesting, has become one of fewer than 5% of recent applicants for the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 funding programme, to be awarded Phase 1 grant funding. It is also the
Trameto and University of Bristol are pleased to agree a joint collaboration that will see two world-class micro energy harvesting researchers working on secondment with the company for the next twelve months.