15 February 2013


Tech venture Trustonic to move into 20 Station Road

Cambridge, February 2013 - Brookgate, the Cambridge-based mixed-use development company, has announced that Trustonic, a new venture backed by three international firms including Cambridge based tech company ARM has agreed to take 2,438 sq ft of office space at Twenty Station Road - part of the CB1 masterplan.  Trustonic will occupy the fourth floor of the building. 

Trustonic is a joint venture between ARM, Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient, and works with businesses to provide security software for electronic devices.  The firm already has a number of partners on board including Samsung, HTC, Visa, Mastercard and 20th Century Fox.

Sven Töpel, Chief Executive of Brookgate, said:
“We are pleased to welcome Trustonic, to Twenty Station Road. Their move to CB1 combined with the arrival of Microsoft Research to Twenty One Station Road demonstrates that the CB1 development really appeals to the growing tech sector.  Furthermore, there is strong, pent-up demand for city centre offices from companies that want convenient, urban locations with nearby amenities and good transport links.  An integral part of our CB1 masterplan is to create a vibrant and conducive environment for business of all types, from ambitious local start-ups to international brands.”

Chris Jones, Chief Operations Officer of Trustonic said:
“We are delighted to be part of CB1 development.  20 Station Road combines a modern workplace and environment for high tech firms with a prime city centre location, making it the ideal headquarters for Trustonic.”

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