Ipswich-based two10degrees honours University of Essex computer science student Lewis Benford Horsley
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Suffolk technology firm two10degrees has again honoured a top-performing computer science student at the University of Essex.
The two10degrees Award, now in its 10th year, goes to the graduate with the highest mark for the final year BSC Computer Science project, with this year’s winner being Lewis Benford Horsley.
Two members of staff from the company, which is based at Little Blakenham, near Ipswich, attended the university’s computer science graduation ceremony to present the award.
Richard Prodger, director of two10degrees, said: “We’ve been awarding the two10degrees prize for 10 years now. We are very proud to support the University of Essex and its students for their remarkable achievements.”
The team at two10degrees works closely with the university on commercial project collaborations and Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) to offer students summer placements and work experience.
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The company operates the Global Alerting Platform hub for satellite and cellular messaging, providing tracking, telemetry, emergency alerting, message routing and storage, and also carries out software development for a range of clients.
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