Prior to joining ip.access in 2000, worked in the Communications division of Scientific Generics (now Sagentia), a business and technology consultancy.
PhD in Digital Signal Processing from Cambridge University
MA in Engineering from Cambridge University
Neil joined ip.access as a small cell System Architect when the company was in its infancy in 2000, and has since designed GSM, UMTS and LTE small cell RAN equipment and systems. His specialist areas include security and networking, as well as a focus on all aspects of protocol design and implementation, and on system performance and simulation. He has performed roles throughout the whole software and product development lifecycle, as well as various management roles. Now as VP Engineering he is responsible for ip.access product software development. He is an active member of the Small Cell Forum, a Champion for their work on the Virtualisation of small cells, and also a Small Cell SIG champion with Cambridge Wireless.