Leading technical innovation
Prior to co-founding ip.access, Nick worked for TTPCom & Cavendish Laboratory.
PhD in Microwave Scanned Imaging Techniques from University College, London
MA in Physics from the University of Cambridge
Nick founded ip.access in 1999, and has been CTO ever since. He was founding chair of the Radio and Physical Layer working group of the Small Cell Forum and the Innovation Architect in the Horizon2020/5G-PPP project SESAME. He represents ip.access technically in its CBRS Alliance activities.
Currently leading the Product And Technology group Nick is responsible for keeping ip.access at the leading edge of small cell innovation in its major markets.
Nick is an inventor on 20-odd patents worldwide, has a PhD in Microwave Scanned Imaging Techniques from University College, London, and an MA in Physics from the University of Cambridge.