NEWS AND PRESS RELEASE
BlueSolve took part in the The 12th International IC China Conference & Exhibition held in Shenzhen.
BlueSolve set up an exhibition booth in Hong Kong Electronic Fair 2007 (Spring Edition)
BlueSolve exhibited in the China Hi-Tech Fair with Hong Kong University of Science & Technology.
Blue Solve is interviewed by EE Times China ( 電子工程專輯) for development of semiconductor industry in Hong Kong. Article entitled
BlueSolve participated in the Hong Kong Electronic Fair (Spring Edition) and the ICT Pavilion.
BlueSolve showcased in the 11th International IC China Conference & Exhibition on March 10-11 in Shenzhen, booth no. 8H01C.
Blue Solve Ltd was interviewed by Electronic Engineering Times, article entitled
Spotlights to Hong Kong Science Park Incubated company - Blue Solve Limited
Interviewed by ECN Asia -
" A Catalyst for Cutting-Edge R&D in the SAR
Press Release in ECN Asia online.
BlueSolve joins the Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Autumn) 2005 in HK Convention & Exhibition Centre, booth no: 1S05.
BlueSolve participates in China Hi-Tech Fair 2005 in ShenZhen in the HKUST 's booth.
BlueSolve's new product information - Very Low Frequency Receiver was released at Nikkei Electronics Asia Online
“Bluesolve Launches Ultra-Low Power VLF Receiver IC for Health Monitoring”.
The chinese version of new product release is posted in
EE Times China (電子工程專輯).
BlueSolve got SERAP funding (Phase 2) from Innovation Technology Commission.
BlueSolve participated in the 10th International IC China Conference & Exhibition on April 12-14 of 2005 in Shanghai (Booth no. 8M16).
Invited to be one of the judges of YDC (Young Entrepreneurs Development Council ) E-Challenge Business Plan competition in the first round interview.
Speaker of YDC E-Challenge Business Plan competition 2005 Workshop “Having Business Ideas, Ambitions and Dreams”.
BlueSolve was selected in the HKUST Entrepreneurship program.
Blue Solve Limited participated in Hong Kong Watch and Clock Fair 2004 at booth no: GD10, on September.
BlueSolve got SERAP funding (Phase 1) from Innovation Technology Commission for a research project “Low Voltage Micro-powered CMOS multi-band Radio-Controlled Clock (RCC) Receiver”.
BlueSolve moves to Hong Kong Science Park.