Wednesday October 28, 2020

From Havok comes growth

Gaming software firm Havok has grown from being a TCD start-up to an international brand - but it has no intention of stopping there, as its latest acquisitions show, writes Eleanor Rosney

13th August, 2011

Gaming software firm Havok closed a deal to take over German 3D engine provider Trinigy last Friday for an undisclosed price and David Coghlan, its managing director, hinted that more acquisitions could be on the way.

Havok, an Intel company That originated in the computer science department of Trinity College Dublin in 1998, has since become the provider of interactive software and services for digital media creators in the games and movie industries.

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