UltraSoC looks to accelerate its global expansion

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UltraSoc, the Cambridge analytics IP specialist, has opened a design centre in Warsaw and started recruiting a team of software engineers and data scientists to support the growth of its embedded analytics business worldwide.

The new team, which is headed up by Director of Systems Engineering Marcin Hlond, will be located at the WeWork Warsaw shared workspace, a strategic location that gives UltraSoC access to talent from the top technical universities in Poland.

The new facility will enable the company to tap into the rich local pool of engineering talent and to support its growing customer base in Europe and worldwide. The electronics sector has been highlighted by the Polish Investment and Trade Agency as one of the fastest growing industries.

Speaking during his visit, Rupert Baines commented: “Poland is the ideal location for this expansion, which supplements our growing team at our HQ in Cambridge, UK. Marcin, of course, knows the local environment intimately. By working with WeWork, we have been able to secure first class facilities, centrally located and with access not just to the infrastructure the business needs, but also to the broad range of cultural, leisure and lifestyle amenities amenities that a city like Warsaw can offer to our people.”

UltraSoC’s embedded monitoring and analytics provides insights into not only the operation of the chip’s hardware, but also into real-world behaviors of the software on the device, and essentially, into the whole system into which it is embedded. The benefits and applications of UltraSoC’s embedded analytics range from safety and security, to automotive, IoT, communications and at-scale computing.