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Computer company to treble output
A Cambridge computer company aims to treble its output to meet demand for its products from Europe and the USA.

Adder has developed technology allowing users to remotely access multiple computers from a keyboard, monitor and mouse anywhere in the world.

Founded in 1984 by Cambridge University engineering graduate Adrian Dickens, the firm's success has been recognised by a Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The company which employs 55 has an annual turnover of 6m.

Expanding premises

About 60% of production is exported to Europe and the USA.

The company is Europe's leading developer of KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) switching and extension technology for computer systems.

By extending its existing 6,500 square foot facility, Adder has doubled its floor space and by freeing up further warehousing space manufacturing capacity is expected to treble.

"As a Cambridge innovator we are committed to manufacturing locally, as this provides us with the quality, flexibility and control to deliver world-leading products to our growing customer base," commented the company's managing director Adrian Dickens.


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