Sivers IMA Holding AB (Nasdaq First North: SIVE) today announces that its WiGig chip paper has been selected the number one industry showcase at IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit (RFIC) symposium, in competition with major semiconductor companies like Intel, Qualcomm, Samsung, Infineon and others. This happened at the event ceremony Sunday evening local time in Philadelphia.The IEEE RFIC symposium is the world premier RFIC conference focused on RFIC technology.
Today Sivers IMA (Nasdaq First North: SIVE) announces that they, together with Uppsala University, has been granted a total contribution of 4 MSEK from “Smartare Elektroniksystem Forsknings- och innovationsprojekt 2018”. The project will be led by Sivers IMA and it will be executed together with the Institution for Technical Science at “Ångströmslaboratoriet” at Uppsala University.
Sivers IMA Holding AB (Nasdaq First North: SIVE) today announces that the company will participate in a dedicated Fixed Wireless Access panel discussion at Wi-Fi NOW USA, a world leading Wi-Fi event. Sivers IMA will also exhibit its latest RF solution for 60 GHz infrastructure WiGig and meet with several potential customers.
Sivers IMA Holding AB (Nasdaq First North: SIVE) today announces that the company has been selected among a large number of papers to present its RFIC paper at the IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit (RFIC) symposium.
Sivers IMA Holding AB (Nasdaq First North: SIVE) today announces that the company has received an order worth SEK 6.5m for delivery of FMCW radar modules to a leading systems integrator in the maritime area. The order applies to older FMCW radar modules that Sivers IMA has developed and manufactured for many years. Sivers IMA recently announced an end-of-life for this type of FMCW radar modules. Since this an end-of-life order for these products, the order value is higher than for an average year.
Sivers IMA Holdings AB subsidiary, CST Global, has successfully proven the feasibility of 60GHz Radio over Fiber (ROF) transmission, at a 1270nm wavelength. ROF networks are emerging as a completely new and promising communication paradigm for delivering broadband wireless access services and fronthaul at 60 GHz, relying on the synergy between fixed optical and millimeter wave (mmWave) technologies. CST Global’s research shows that their 60GHz, ROF, broadband solution is feasible, by combining CST Global’s optical solutions and mmWave technology from Sivers IMA in the future.
Sivers IMA Holding AB (Nasdaq First North: SIVE) today announces that Uppsala University has been selected to present a joint paper at the European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP). EuCAP is one of the flagship conferences on antennas and propagation, attracting researchers from across the world. With approximately 1200 attendees it is the largest conference of its kind outside the US.
In connection with the directed share issue announced by Sivers IMA Holding AB on February 23 this year, the company’s shareholder (via holding company) Erik Fällström lends 4,400,000 shares to Erik Penser Bank to facilitate delivery of the corresponding number of shares subscribed for in the share issue. The borrowed shares will be returned when the share issue has been registered with the Swedish Company Registration Office (Bolagsverket).
Sivers IMA Holding AB (Nasdaq First North: SIVE, the company) today announces that Swedbank Robur and Nordic Cross Small Cap Edge have subscribed for in total 4.4 million shares in the company for a consideration of a total of 26.4 SEKm in a share issue in Sivers IMA Holding AB. The shares subscribed for correspond to approximately 4 percent of the votes and share capital of the company after dilution (including outstanding shares issued to former shareholders of CST Global).
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) will take place in Barcelona, starting February 26th, and Sivers IMA will attend the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry to engage with customers to show and discuss around new products and the future of millimeter wave technology.