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Wireless technology recruitment in Cambridge

It’s great to see a real home-grown high-tech success story in the UK.

Cambridge Broadband Networks, a company I know well, is just such a success. They’ve recently celebrated their tenth anniversary and are growing very quickly at the moment, in fact they are one of the top 50 technology hardware and equipment sector companies as recognised in the Department for Business Innovation and Skills 2009 R&D Scoreboard, and were in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 in 2009 and a finalist in Growing Business magazine’s Fast Growth Business of Year Awards 2010.

Cambridge Broadband Networks design and manufacture next-generation microwave communications products that provide broadband data and voice for mobile phone backhaul (3G, HSPA and 4G/LTE) and access. They sell to emerging markets in the Far East, Middle East and Africa as well as in Europe, and their highly innovative ‘Point to Multipoint’ architecture is, in many applications, more technologically advanced, much more future-proof and far more cost-effective than any of the competing solutions.

The company is recruiting hard and is currently looking for product managers, hardware and software engineers, customer support engineers, business development people, test engineers, and other roles, mostly UK based but with a few overseas roles too. I promised the good folks at Cambridge Broadband that I’d mention their search on this blog site.

If you’re interested, have experience in wireless comms, and are local to the Cambridge (UK) area, they have an open recruitment evening on Wednesday 11 Aug, 5-7pm to discuss the opportunities; even if you aren’t local you can find more details on their website: http://www.cbnl.com/about/vacancies.html

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