Matrixx Software moves in to Innovation Martlesham

Ross and Vega Buildings are home to the business incubator at Innovation Martlesham at BT's Adastra

Ross and Vega Buildings are home to the business incubator at Innovation Martlesham at BT's Adastral Park - Credit: Archant

From Silicon Valley to Silicon Suffolk

Paul Graham of Matrixx Software

Paul Graham of Matrixx Software - Credit: Archant

California-based Matrixx Software has joined Innovation Martlesham, a cluster of high-tech firms based at the UK’s Adastral Park research and development facility.

The American high-tech company, formed by Dave Labuda, has offices in California, in Reading and Ipswich town centre in the UK.

Now it is planning to expand at Martlesham.

Innovation Martlesham is a collaborative ecosystem of ICT companies focused on the development of next generation technologies and the sharing of innovative ideas and concepts. As MATRIXX experiences a growth phase, it joins Adastral Park from its own UK R&D facility in Ipswich, working alongside member companies such as BT, Cisco, Intel, Juniper, O2 and Sandvine.


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Matrixx provides a real-time Digital Commerce platform for creating and monetising content and services, as well as traditional telecom offerings. CSPs, such as Swisscom and Telstra, seeking to capitalise on new digital services opportunities from the next generation of consumers, choose to work with MATRIXX for its real-time, customer-centric platform that can accelerate their market entry. It offers rapid time-to-market for future service propositions that capture wallet-share and customer loyalty in a dynamic, fast-paced market.

Paul Graham, drector of UK Engineering, Matrixx Software, said, “We’re entering a rapid growth phase at MATRIXX, during which we’re expanding our technology development base outside of Silicon Valley.”

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“Our R&D facility in Ipswich enables us to capture IT software and telecom service development talent, and our extension to Martlesham offers us a greater cross-pollination of ideas. Also, Essex University, University Campus Suffolk and Cambridge University are located right on our doorstep.”

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