Wireless company recruits engineers after $22m deal

Wilson, Richard
January 2007
Electronics Weekly;1/31/2007, Issue 2273, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports that Cambridge Broadband Ltd. is recruiting engineers for its wireless systems design and assembly activities after raising $22.5m venture funding. The wireless transmission equipment supplier said, it will use the investment to support its activities in the mobile phone backhaul transmission system market. The investment will allow the company to expand its geographical market and invest in research and development.


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