Heathrow airport and the Ontario Provincial Police are among the clients that use Adder’s hardware, which lets users control multiple computers from a single keyboard, monitor and mouse. The Cambridge business was founded in 1984 by chief executive Adrian Dickens, 59, after graduating in engineering from the university. The company has 13 overseas offices across America, Asia and Europe, and grew international sales to £30.7 million in 2019.
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