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technician. He will assist with design innovations in the company’s range of pagers and paging products. Glynn, whose background is in engineering within the aviation industry,


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fi xed and wireless links, as its new chief sales offi cer. “Karl will be key to our strategy of building our channel business with existing key partners such as BT and Cable & Wireless, as well as building new relationships”, explained chief executive Eddie Minshull. “To help him do this we will be investing in additional sales personnel to support both our channel and direct sales businesses.”


K Karl previously worked for


Amdocs, where, as regional director for the UK and Benelux, he was responsible for sales of solutions and professional services. He brings extensive sales experience in telecoms, public sector managed services and IT, with a service provider background gained with NTL, BT and Cable & Wireless Worldwide.


• MLL Telecom currently manages more than 5000 links nationwide. Customers and channel partners include BT, Vodafone, Affi niti, Virgin Media, Azzurri, Argus Media, East Sussex County Council, Nottinghamshire Police and North Dorset District Council.


its chief executive. He is based at the company’s London offi ce. Mr Eriksen, who is Danish, has extensive knowledge and experience


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of the sector, having founded Pulz8 and Commute Media, two companies which develop applications for passengers, train operators and train builders. Nigel Wallbridge, founder and executive chairman of Nomad, said:


“We are delighted to have been able to attract Alexander to Nomad. We believe that he is the right person to take on the leadership of the company during this period of massive growth, change and success. He knows our sector in detail and yet will bring a new perspective. He understands why we have been successful and the importance of maintaining our strengths.”


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arl Edwards has joined MLL Telecom, a provider of carrier-grade


will initially work on PMR systems which are being developed with the emergency services in mind. To complement the technical training he will receive on the job, he will shortly enrol on an electronic engineering course at University of Hertfordshire.


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appointed Steve Northedge as its sales director. He joins Indigo from Ericsson, where he was head of sales and business devel- opment for EMEA, with responsi- bility for a product portfolio that included IP, optical, microwave and broadband access. Over more than 30 years he


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has held senior EMEA roles in customer service, business devel- opment and sales management at companies which include Newbridge Networks, Cisco Sys- tems and Redback Networks. Commenting on his appoint-


ment, Steve says: “Indigo has a reputation for the expertise and service it offers its custom- ers, but many organizations still don’t know the scope and scale of what we do. A key part of my role will be to build awareness of the services we provide.”


omad Digital, which provides on-board wireless connectivity to rail operators and transport fl eets, has appointed Alexander Eriksen as


ndigo Telecom Group, a part of Team Telecom Group, has


ollowing the resignation of Carsten Brinkschulte as chief executive of the


mobile messaging company Synchronica, and the departure of Nicole Meissner, the company has announced further changes to its board. David Mason has become executive chairman and Angus Dent, previously chief fi nancial offi cer and a member of the board for fi ve years, takes over as chief executive.


“Carsten and Nicole were the


founders of Synchronica and have been instrumental in building the company into one of the world’s leading mobile messaging businesses”, Mr Dent said.





consultancy Triteq as a project manager for security and indus- trial products. Steve Lane, Triteq’s commercial director, comments: “Mark was a natural choice for the role, having spent many years working with military sys- tems, and as a project manager for contracts with both govern- ment and private sectors.” Mr Perrett worked in the UK’s


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armed forces for 14 years, spe- cializing in telecoms and military radio equipment. More recently he has worked for the Ministry of Defence, and also for SunGard Vivista, ICL and Computacenter as a project manager.


SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER


ark Perrett has joined the electronic product design


lynn Taylor (right) has joined Sedgewall Engineering, the Dunstable communications equipment manufacturer, as a test and development


Established for over sixteen years, the Entel Group has fi rmly established itself as a prominent global player in the radio communicati ons industry. Entel operates its own design and manufacturing divisions, with distributi on centres throughout the world.


The Company’s UK based R&D team has an opportunity for a skilled and experienced soft ware engineer who is required to play a key role in an expanding team of mixed discipline engineers. Full considerati on will be given for the successful applicant to work remotely.


Key requirements:  Extensive knowledge of ANSI-C programming  Strong background and experience of working on real-ti me embedded systems (development, testi ng and debugging)


 Confi dent working with microcontrollers (PIC, ARM, 8-16 bit)


Desirable:  Understanding of analogue and/or digital radio  Basic understanding of embedded electronics  Experience with confi gurati on management (Makefi le script, version control)


Other att ributes:  Good communicati ons skills  Organised approach and excellent planning skills


If you believe you can bring the requisite skills to Entel’s business, and desire to be part of a successful and rapidly expanding organisati on, then we want to hear from you. All applicati ons will be handled in the strictest confi dence.


In the fi rst instance please email your cv to personnel@entel.co.uk www.entel.co.uk


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