Posts Tagged ‘Camgian Microsystems’

Camgian launches Internet of Things product called Egburt

STARKVILLE — Camgian Microsystems has officially released a new Internet of Things solution called Egburt that will be used in the smart retail, cities and infrastructure industries. Egburt is a complete end-to-end solution that applies real-time analytics across multiple sensor feeds in the field to provide enterprises with immediate operational intelligence and control. Utilizing a […] [...]

Camgian strikes deal with firms for new M2M solution

STARKVILLE — Camgian Microsystems has closed on a contract with FCC Environmental and Gateway Tire to deliver a new enterprise machine-to-machine (M2M) solution that supports centrally managed tracking, forecasting, collection and accounting of used oil materials generated across disparate automotive retail locations. The solution, built on Camgian’s Quantus Sensor Fusion Engine, comprises low-power, cellular based […] [...]

Camgian selects communications platform

Fort Lee, N.J. — ORBCOMM Inc. (Nasdaq: ORBC), a global satellite data communications company focusing on two-way Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications, today announced that Mississippi’s Camgian Microsystems Corporation has selected ORBCOMM to provide a global communications platform for Quantum, its industrial asset monitoring solution. Quantum is a wireless industrial operations intelligence platform that supports the seamless […] [...]

Camgian’s new venture transfers technology

by Published: January 18,2010

Tags: Camgian Microsystems, Gary Butler

Wave will transition Camgian’s asynchronous metal–oxide–semiconductor technology into the mainstream semiconductor industry A Starkville-based provider of advanced electronic systems and semiconductor technologies has completed an agreement to transfer its ultra low-power digital circuit technology to Wave Semiconductor. Camgian Microsystems CEO Gary Butler said in a press release that the new venture is being funded by […] [...]

Camgian seizes on opportunity

by Published: October 5,2009

Tags: Camgian Microsystems, economic development, engineering

Pearl native founded company that designs wireless sensor systems that drive down power consumption When the San Jose, Calif.-based Cypress Semiconductor Company announced its intention to close its Starkville design center, the founder of a Starkville-based company saw a great opportunity. Camgian Microsystems, a company that designs and develops low-cost, low-power wireless sensor systems for […] [...]

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