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Lydbrook, Gloucestershire  16 April 2013 - Chronos is pleased to announce that Martin Kingston, Principal Designer for Mobile Backhaul with EE,  will be delivering the Operator Keynote at Chronos’ Phase Ready event taking place in London on 8 May 2013 at Kings Place.

Phase Ready Event

Over the next few years mobile networks will see an exponential increase in data traffic as a result of the introduction of 4G LTE technology.  Phase synchronisation at the network edge, particularly in urban hotspots, will be necessary sooner rather than later. Chronos’ Phase Ready event will enable delegates to find out if their networks are  4G LTE-A phase ready and ensure that network rollouts today will still be relevant come the explosion of Small Cells, HetNets  and Coordinated Multipoint services (CoMP).

Martin Kingston

Martin is a Principal Designer for Mobile Backhaul at EE.  He has over 20 years’ experience in communications; amassing a broad knowledge of fixed, mobile and internet services combined with a deep understanding of transmission and transport technologies. He began working on terrestrial and satellite communication systems for outside broadcasts at the BBC before moving to Orange UK were he gained extensive experience of synchronisation in mobile networks and evolution to next generation transport network architectures in a converged mobile, home and business service provider.  Martin is currently working with a team of Senior Designers developing design strategy and solutions for packet transport networks to support the next generation of radio access technologies.


Join us at the Phase Ready event at Kings Place in London on 8 May to listen/talk to Martin, Prof Simon Saunders who is delivering the Industry Keynote and sync experts from Chronos and Microsemi and find out if your network is Phase Ready.

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