Packet Ship comes to Tremough to build on Innovation

Penryn, UK – 28th May 2012: Packet Ship, a Cornish software company specialising in video delivery systems, has recently moved to the brand new Tremough Innovation Centre (TIC) adjacent to the University Campus at Tremough near Penryn.

Paul Clark, CEO of Packet Ship, said, “we are expecting significant growth over the next couple of years and we needed room to expand within a professional environment. TIC provides not only that but great opportunities to collaborate both with other companies in the building and projects around the University.”

Richard Snell, Manager of the Tremough Innovation Centre, said, “I am delighted to welcome Packet Ship into the TIC community and look forward to helping them develop their obvious potential as a growth business.”

The Tremough Innovation Centre is one of three Cornish Innovation Centres managed by the University of Plymouth and specialises in businesses in the creative, media, eco and environmental science sectors.

Packet Ship specialises in software for delivery and security of video within hotels and hospitals and in consumer video-on-demand and catch-up TV services. The company already supplies many of the European market leaders in hospitality and healthcare and is currently deploying a number of consumer projects in the Far East.


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