The story so far.
Temporal thinking began with international publication of early research
First author Jonathan Edwards presented the work in Canada at the International Conference on Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation (UCNC)
Temporal Computing established to kickstart a radical, new approach to computation, with innovation at its core.
Inspired by his PhD/peer-reviewed research proving the feasibility of the innovative approach, founder Jonathan Edwards created Temporal Computing to lead a radical rethink in computer architecture.
Funding secured through angel investors
Initial developments validated with Newcastle University and patent application commenced.
Selected as one of the UK's innovative start-ups in Innovate UK's Digital Investment Showcase
Innovation well received by major VC funders resulting in further development of plans to commercially exploit academic research.
Funding awarded by Innovate UK and investment secured through angel investor to develop an emerging technology
Funding and investment secured to enable a 12-month feasibility study to move from existing proof of concept to a demonstration prototype.
12-month feasibility study commenced
High calibre engineers employed to develop product in hardware.
First Temporal patent submission
Patent submission to secure the IP.
Collaboration with Newcastle University School of Engineering
Next stage of development underway.
Licensed technology and a core team of long-term innovative engineers will be a catalyst for step-change for our tech and for the company.