Cambridge Broadband Networks hails new phase of expansion

Tuesday, November 20th 2012
Lionel Chmilewsky has been unveiled as the new chief executive of CBNL.
Cambridge Broadband Networks hails new phase of expansion
Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited (CBNL) has marked the next phase of its plans to expand into further markets by announcing the appointment of a new chief executive.

Lionel Chmilewsky has taken the reins at the next-generation microwave network company after acquiring more than 25 years of experience in the technology sector.

He has been part of the wireless industry since the early 1990s, most recently acting as chief executive of Comverse IP Communications and senior vice president of Comverse.

In previous years, Mr Chmilewsky has held account management and senior sales roles at firms such as Alcatel, JDS Uniphase and Fairchild.

"I am excited to join CBNL, a company known for innovation in the telecommunication industry for more than ten years," the French national and Rouen Business School graduate commented.

CBNL was recently appointed as vice chair of the backhaul group at the Small Cell Forum, while its VectaStar platform is playing a key role in a central London commercial Wi-Fi network.

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