Angie Communications' team consists of reputed people with a combined 500 years of business experience and almost 180 years as a team. The Company's executive team consists of experts and pioneers from the Next Generation communications industries, jointly bringing more than 300 years of experience to the company.
Top notch experience with: Alcatel-Lucent, Air BP, Apple, AT&T, Bell Labs, BICC Cables, British Telecom, Cable & Wireless, City Reach, CityFibre, Colt, DARPA, DoD (USA), DTZ Managed Services, DTZ Prudential, Easynet, Eaton (Power), Equant, Ericsson, Everything Everywhere (EE), Flomatik Network Services, Fujitsu Services Ltd, General Electric,GeneralMotors,Global One, HP, InfotelBroadband Services, KPN, KPN-Qwest, Liberty Global, Lucent, Mercury Communications, Metromedia Fiber Network, Motorola, National Institute of Health, Natonal Science Foundation, NASA Wearables, NASA Mars Rovers, Nokia, Nortel Networks, Numericable, Openreach, Orange, Reliance Infocomm, QBE Insurance Group, Sainsbury’s (Network Infrastructure), Sims Group UK, Stentor, Syan Technology, Sycamore, T-Mobile, Telekom Brunei Berhad, Telefonica, Telent, Telkom South Africa, The Cable Corporation, Virgin Media, Vodafone, Zayo, etc.
Angie´s CEO, Neal Lachman, is an expert with more than 20 years experience in the field of communications – he literally wrote the book on Next Generation communications (2007) and is Angie’s lead researcher in matters of 5G mobility; Dr. El-Sherif, a 40-year-veteran pioneer in the field of fibre optics and electronics, former professor at Drexel University (PA, USA) of 25 years, serves as the Company’s Chief Technology Officer; and Gregory Nemitz, Angie’s COO, has more than 20 years of telecom experience and is a 5G communications expert.
Angie’s other executives are all experts with proven track records in the communications industry. The Angie team recently co-authored the following papers:
- - Blueprint for Building 5G Primed Fiber Backhauled Telecom Infrastructures (Angie en tech firms consortium, May 8, 2017).
- - Angie’s response to the USA FCC’s Notice of Inquiry in the matter of spectrum above 24 GHz (see link via www.5Gwe.com).
- - Angie’s response to UK Ofcom’s Call for Input on Spectrum above 6 GHz for future mobile services (see link via www.5Gwe.com).
- - On November 11, 2016, the Angie team published an analysis on the “Smart” industry, laying bare the risks, shortcomings, challenges and opportunities of large-scale, city-wide Internet-of-Things and Smart City projects. Click here for the document.