The relentless stream of digital technologies and services has already changed our world beyond all recognition. And the pace of change just keeps accelerating. There's good bits and bad bits and there's a lot more to come.
We first got involved in the digital age thanks to Asimov, Heinlein, Clarke et al which led to punching Fortran cards to be sent off to run on Southampton University's computer.
Joining Amstrad's launch of mass-market computing (real computers for under £200) and satellite TV (£199, 1 satellite, 12 channels) paved the way for projects for Astra (preparing the UK for digital television), Eutelsat (satellite broadband) and the UK Government (Broadband Stakeholders' Group).
Today, our involvement spans world-leading satellite TV and communications, satellite broadband providers, satellite TV and consumer electronics brands, satellite system operators and international satellite equipment standards.