You saw it on the CamVine

It’s an exciting time at Cambridge Visual Networks because we’re just starting to get orders from real customers.


CamVine, as we often abbreviate it, is a new company which we’ve set up to develop some of the ideas generated around Ndiyo. We’ve been working on it since the start of the year, but it’s only been officially incorporated for about a month, so it’s very encouraging to get sales, however modest, this early on…

Watch this space…!

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Congratulations! You must be thrilled. And you’ve beaten us to shipping to paying customers – we’re only taking pre-orders for our limited edition product now – gah! 🙂 Well done. (Our order should be going in to you sometime in the not too distant future.)

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