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Edesix Ltd

Innovative Personal video devices address worldwide safety and evidence collection problems for police, traffic wardens and lone workers.

  • Stage $1M in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Software
  • Location Edinburgh, Scotland, GB
  • Currency GBP
  • Founded August 2002
  • Employees 14
  • Website

Company Summary

In response to a growing and worldwide market opportunity, Edesix has developed leading Secure Personal Video Device products and solutions for police officers, traffic wardens and other vulnerable groups of employees. Edesix aims to become the world’s leading supplier and this objective is underpinned by sales to date of over £1.3m, strong competitive advantages, a seasoned management team, a reseller model and a pipeline of new products.


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    Richard McBride

    Richie McBride was a founder of Axon Networks, a pioneer in network monitoring and was involved in OEM sales. The company was sold to 3Com in 1996. Within 3Com he was a Director of Business development and was responsible for a number of acquisitions. He left 3Com to set up UK development for Tenor Networks in 2000 and then formed Edesix in 2002 with Robin Iddon.

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    Robin Iddon

    Robin Iddon was a founder of Axon Networks and was responsible for defining the Internet standard for network monitoring RMON. He was responsible for the development of Axon’s products, which were sold to a large number of end users and OEM customers. Subsequently Robin was a network management architect at Quarry Communications and later also joined Tenor when the UK office was created. He formed Edesix with Richie McBride in 2002.