Swann to chair Cambridge CMOS Sensors

Swann to chair Cambridge CMOS Sensors

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Swann is well known as a venture capitalist and engineer operating in and around Cambridge. Having started his career at Cambridge Consultants, he was a co-founder of Alphamosaic Ltd., which was sold to Broadcom Corp. for about $123 million in 2004.

Following the sale of Alphamosaic, Swann served as a senior director of marketing at Broadcom and since leaving Broadcom in 2007 has built up experience mentoring companies in the Cambridge area.

Swann is chairman of Audio Analytic Ltd and a board member at Undo Software Ltd, and Movidius Ltd. as well as serving as a board member of investment network Cambridge Angels and as an investment committee member for Cambridge Enterprise Seed Funds.

No reason was given for the stepping down of Stuart or whether he would continue to serve on the board of directors.

Nat Edington, CEO, said CCS is taking "initial steps" towards commercializing its environmental sensors despite the fact the company was founded in 2008. CCS products are CMOS based with the potential for integration into a range of end products for air quality monitoring and breathe analysis.

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