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By: Lina Maditsi | October 11, 2018

Mark Thomas, after a lifelong ambition to make Ipswich and Suffolk a place where the tech sector can flourish, created a company based on five core values with a vision to accelerate growth in the local area.

Since formation in 1998, Coderus has been on a trajectory to success. How? By following a strategy based on dedication and hard work.

Our growth story is based on a series of actions and initiatives that helped Coderus both expand and raise its brand awareness. Through prudential management of finance, with support from accountants and business mentors, Mark invested potential profit in growing the business, and in so doing, avoided loans, retaining 100% equity. In 2017, our 19th year, by securing sources of funding includ...

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By: Lina Maditsi | September 20, 2018

Coderus prides itself on nurturing prospective talent, and this summer we welcomed two new interns to our team. Louise studies English at the University of Birmingham, joining us in marketing and PR, and Connor is an undergraduate at the University of Essex studying computer science, working in software testing. We also welcomed Matt, a year 10 student at Kesgrave High School, for a week of work experience in the marketing team.

What is it like to work at Coderus? What will they take back to their prospective studies? We asked the three of them to sum up their experiences working for the company here at Adastral Park, Martlesham. 


Louise 

I came to Coderus as a summer intern at the start of July, after a year of studying in Cali...

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By: Lina Maditsi | September 13, 2018

Innovation Martlesham companies Coderus and Comms Unite team up to deliver a long-range wide area network, enabling businesses to benefit from the Internet of Things.

Coderus, specialising in mobile and embedded software design and development, has teamed up with telecoms and IT company Comms Unite, to deliver cutting edge LoRaWAN technology to Adastral Park.

The move builds on the trend for local authorities seeking to try and test LoRaWAN networks, which enables the delivery of ‘smart city’ type technologies such as smart lighting, air pollution monitors and smart bins. The gateway, based at Adastral Park, is one of only four Things Network Gateways in Suffolk and the only main gateway in East Ipswich to date.

The gateway, which opens on 13...

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By: Lina Maditsi | September 13, 2018

As part of the Coderus team, we travelled with our CEO Mark Thomas, to Germany to attend the IFA 2018 conference in Berlin, which we first started attending last year. The IFA is the world’s leading home appliance and consumer electronics show, and we were excited to fly over and see what the biggest names in the tech sector were showing off, for this year and for the future. And even though some might argue that you can actually watch a live stream of the event, without the need of physically attending, that doesn’t apply to small size organizations and Asian companies. Besides, with the range of the attendees varying from students to families, and from businesses to tech-enthusiastic individuals, networking and sharing the fun of te...

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By: Lina Maditsi | September 06, 2018

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What is a smart city?

Definitions vary, but essentially a smart city is an urban area using technology to perform and control day to day public and business tasks. The main aims of the smart cities are to increase efficiency, give accurate and valuable information to the public, decrease costs, and promote health and safety - including “going green”. Using IoT technology enabled by new cheaper, innovative, and more widespread networks, cities are becoming a web of connected sensors and machines, all talking to each other and relaying useful information back to us. Smart city technologies will hopefully boost the economy and our quality of life.


How are smart cities being enabled?

Cities and urban areas are becoming better connected through a h...

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