The Radex Innovation Centre opened its doors in 1992. The initiative came from the Delft engineer Alphons Hülsenbeck (1947-1993), who felt that the young and enterprising engineers ought to be able to start up a company in the vicinity of Delft Technical University.
This was how he wanted to bridge the gap between the commercial sector and the university. Many of the companies in Radex work in the IT sector and their activities are Internet-related. Radex currently provides rented space for sixty innovative companies with a total of approximately 250 staff. There are some great success stories of tenants such as Surge-On and the former tenants TAM-TAM and Airborne: Radex can rightly be called a high-tech hotbed.
The following companies work from Radex: