Metallica and U2 are just two of the bands that use this London firm’s video processing products at their concerts. Its Tessera software and hardware boosts the performance of LED video walls. Co-founders Chris Hunt, 51, Richard Mead, 43, and Nick Archdale, 53, set up Carallon, an entertainment technology business, in 2004. They started Brompton in 2011 and spun it out of Carallon last year. Almost 90% of Brompton’s £7.2m sales were generated overseas in 2018, and this year it opened an office in China.
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