SPOTLIGHT: Viva Fractus

More than a year ago we wrote about the innovative Barcelona-based company Fractus and its fractal antenna technology. Good to see others noticed, too. Red Herring has just recognized Fractus as one of the most innovative technology companies of 2006. The magazine has included the company in its top 100 private companies in Europe and the Middle East. The company already has several contracts: Siemens sells its base station antennas, Samsung uses its handset antennas, and Richardson Electronics distributes its short-range antennas in more than 70 countries. The company has been awarded several patents for its technology. Release

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