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Camgian Microsystems' Egburt wins Innovative Product of the Year at CES 2015

STARKVILLE — Camgian Microsystems announced today that Compass Intelligence has named Egburt winner of the 2015 A-List Internet of Things (IoT) Company of Excellence Award for IoT Innovative Product of the Year. This award marks the second honor for Egburt since its release on October 28, 2014. “We are honored that Egburt continues to win awards and receive recognition for its numerous innovations from IoT experts ...

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Camgian to launch Egburt at D.C. summit in October

STARKVILLE — Camgian Microsystems Corporation intends to bring edge computing to the Internet of Things (IoT) market through a new category of device to be released this October. The device, called Egburt, will offer enterprises a new way to implement IoT solutions where all crucial data and real-time, actionable analytics remain local with higher-level information processing, visualization and distribution performed in ...

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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 sensors that communicate on-site fluid ...

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Camgian rolls out newest version of Quantus

STARKVILLE — Camgian Microsystems Corporation has released its latest version of Quantus, a cloud-based sensor fusion engine that provides the ability to consolidate large volumes of data from multiple sensor sources. Quantus enables the development of smart machine-to-machine (M2M) applications that drive new levels of operational efficiency and profitability for the connected enterprise. This next generation cloud software technology utilizes ...

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THE TECH 21

Mississippi’s tech scene is on the rise, thanks to flashy successes like Hu Meena’s blockbuster deal with Apple to get the iPhone for C Spire and Joel Bomgar, whose Bomgar Box is taking the world by storm. From Starkville to Ocean Springs, and everywhere in between, here are some of Mississippi’s leaders in the Tech industry.

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Vanderbilt honors Butler

Dr. Gary Butler, Camgian Microsystems Corporation’s president and CEO, has been named by Vanderbilt University Chancellor Nicholas Zeppos to the School of Engineering’s Committee of Visitors. Composed of a distinguished list of leaders in the areas of business, industry and government, the committee helps provide guidance and perspective for the school’s efforts in research and education. Butler, a Vanderbilt engineering ...

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Camgian goes commercial

Starkville firm expands into turgid M2M market Whether it’s the Pentagon or Big Oil, Camgian Microsystems Corp. CEO Gary Butler is making sure his company retains its customers and its vitality even as the ever-sluggish economy continues to recover. By expanding its markets, its office and even its website, the Starkville-based technology firm is ready to turn a profit by ...

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Gary Butler

Even though Gary D. Butler, Ph.D., is deeply embedded in Bulldog Country on the campus of Mississippi State University, the former Tulane University Green Wave football standout doesn’t mind at all. “While in college, my primary goal was to play in the NFL,” said Butler. “This had been a goal of mine since junior high school, and I’d spent countless ...

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Camgian’s new venture transfers technology

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 Palo Alto, Calif.-based Tallwood Venture ...

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