Stream Technologies selected as a top European scale-up firm for Silicon Valley programme

Nigel Chadwick, CEO, Stream Technologies

Stream Technologies, a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) Connectivity Enablement and Data Routing, is one of the 17 innovative technology companies that will participate in SEC2SV.

CEO’s from leading European tech firms will visit Silicon Valley/San Francisco for a week of presentations and meetings starting on European Innovation Day, September 12, hosted at the Computer History Museum, Mountain View.

“This is a fantastic showcasing of Stream’s IoT-X software platform technology to a wide audience in the very heart of what is the most widely recognised location for technical innovation and rapid scaling. That Stream has been chosen underlines the uniqueness and value of our IoT connectivity enablement, management and billing technology – I am very much looking forward to the opportunity of participating in this event,” stated Nigel Chadwick, CEO, Stream Technologies.

“These companies really epitomise European Innovation – the next TomTom, Spotify, or BlaBlaCar – and we are convinced that their participation in SEC2SV will strengthen the two-way bridge between the European and the Bay Area ecosystems creating value and jobs for both continents,” stated Marko Turpeinen, director of EIT Digital’s Silicon Valley Hub.

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