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- proper n. the area of high-tech businesses around Cambridge, England
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Silicon Fen has experienced fantastic growth in the past 30 years, with technology born in the same labs as the BBC Micro found in 98% of the world's mobile phones.
It looks as if War on Terror - The Boardgame, handmade by a couple of techies from Silicon Fen and described by A Customer as “Risk + Monopoly + political satire” is just our sort of thing.
Both Mr Hauser and Mr Richards are Cambridge-based and have been involved in launching and funding a string of tech and biotech companies in Silicon Fen and around the UK.
Silicon Fen and other would-be British clusters can seriously compete with their Californian namesake for funding and investment, the rest is all window-dressing. report into the subject has told them so.
Devised and engineered in Silicon Fen, it cost the company dear, causing it to lose Nigel Street, the MD who had championed the idea, and to get substantial re-financing from Hanover Investors.