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2CL Communications at its Eastleigh headquarters. Ben Searle, who previously worked temporarily for the company while studying for his degree, now joins the sales team, to support the existing account managers with their quotations and sales orders during his training period. Ben’s previous experience, which also includes working as a sound and lighting technician, has enabled him to turn his hand quickly to two- way radio technology.


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completed a BA (Hons) degree in events management and hospitality, has joined 2CL’s hire events team, taking over as hire account manager to a number of existing clients. Mike Baker, hire business manager, commented: “Nicola is very friendly and I am sure she will become a very valuable and popular member of the hire team.”


from Glyndwr University with an MSc. in advanced electronics after com- pleting his thesis on a GPS navigation system for the blind using speech recognition with voice playback and an obstacle detector. His expertise includes embedded systems electronics design and testing, RF systems, advanced control systems, advanced CAD and project management and research methods. Srikanth Ganji is pictured at Glyndwr University’s Wrexham campus with John Sharples, managing director of LPRS. Also at LPRS, Sandie Sharples has


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joined the board as client services director, a new position which refl ects the importance LPRS places on customer service, from design to delivery and beyond. She comments: “Our customer


surveys show that it is our service that really sets us apart from our competitors. We can assist our customers with design, implementation and manufacturing and like to be full partners in every project we undertake.”


LAND mobile November 2011


wo new members of staff have joined the two-way radio specialist


In this role he will provide pre- and post-sale technical support for custom- ers throughout the UK. Based in London, he will work with CommScope’s existing channel partners, as well as developing new contacts. Mr Marsh has over 16 years’ experience in telecoms. He previously held the position of cabling architect within JPMorgan Chase, where he was responsible for overseeing the delivery of all structured cabling projects throughout the Europe, Middle East and Africa region.


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Computer, has joined Getac UK as business development director, to oversee sales growth in the company’s range of rugged mobile computing products. Having spent more than 25


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years in the computing industry, including leading Panasonic’s Toughbook business in Europe, Mr Bye says his move to Getac comes at a time when there is signifi cant potential for rugged computing to improve business performance across a number of UK markets, including defence, the utilities and fi eld service among others. “I believe rugged technology can revolutionize the operations of many organizations across the UK, and Getac has the product range, capability and partner base to make that happen”, he said.


PRS, the specialist supplier of short-range radio devices, has recruit- ed an additional design engineer. Srikanth Ganji recently graduated


hris Bye, former managing director of Panasonic


Club. This industry forum has been set up by Smartex, the operator and international network of professional associations concerned with smart card, RFID and biometric technologies and applications. At its quarterly meetings, the Near Field Club provides members and guests with a regu- lar opportunity to understand the how, when, where and what of Near Field Communication (NFC). Besides learning more about the technology and its applications, they can hear from leading specialists in related fi elds and enjoy networking in a non-sales environment. Themes for the coming year will include security, standards and operational issues, insights into mobile operators’ and handset manufacturers’ plans for NFC; the business case for and chal- lenges to NFC; the role of Google, Facebook, PayPal and Apple.


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The National Lift Tower Space available for


telecommunications equipment on a 127 metre building in Northampton, UK.


Please contact Ed Wright on


01604 587745 to discuss your requirements.


Long leases available.


The National Lift Tower Tower Square,


Northampton, NN5 5FH E: enquiries@nationallifttower.co.uk W: www.nationallifttower.co.uk T: 01604 587745


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im Jefferson, managing director of consultancy fi rm The Human Chain, has been elected to chair the newly established Near Field


eter Marsh has joined the communications infrastructure company CommScope as technical manager within its UK Enterprise sales team.


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