RadioScape is listed in Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100

27th September 2006
ES Admin
RadioScape has been ranked as the 36th fastest growing technology company in the UK in the Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100. This is the second time that RadioScape has appeared in the league table; it was ranked 16th in 2002. Full details of the league table can be found in the Sunday Times of the 24th September 2006, or at
John Hall, RadioScape’s CEO, commented: “We are very pleased to receive this recognition for our achievements over the past 2 years. This has been a huge transformation for the company as we have geared up to address the global market for digital radio. This is a moment where we must recognise the outstanding achievements and commitment of our employees both in the UK and in Hong Kong. We will be celebrating the company’s 10th anniversary in November and this will be a very special occasion for our employees, partners and customers.”

The Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 ranks Britain’s fastest growing private technology companies by their sales growth over a two-year period between January 2003 and 2005. In RadioScape’s case, sales for 2003 were £2.6 million and £9.2 million in 2005 giving an annual percentage sales growth of 89%. The league table is only open to companies that have evidence of significant technological innovation in a company’s product or service.

RadioScape is the world’s only developer of end-to-end digital audio broadcasting solutions giving RadioScape unmatched systems knowledge and enabling it to ensure that customers receive the highest levels of quality, robustness and reception at all stages.

Its Digital Radio Broadcast Suite is used extensively throughout the world including the largest DAB installation to date -- the UK’s commercial DAB network. This is also being used to roll out Mobile TV services using Digital Multimedia Broadcasting in many countries, particularly in the Asia Pacific region where there are already many installations in China.

RadioScape’s innovative Software Defined Digital Radio™ approach has made it a leader in DAB and DMB technology with its DAB receiver modules being extensively used by many of the world’s leading consumer electronics manufacturers. The company has recently begun shipping its first generation of DRM/DAB modules, enabling multi-standard consumer receivers to reach retail this year.

Founded in 1996, RadioScape's investors include Atlas Ventures, Royal Bank Ventures Investments, Scottish Equity Partners, JAFCO, Texas Instruments, Yasuda Enterprise Development, iGlobe Partners, Psion and Arqiva. RadioScape is headquartered in London, England with offices in Hong Kong. For more information, please visit

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