Cambridge Communication Systems Raises £4.5M in Funding

Cambridge Communication Systems, a Cambridge, UK-based provider of microwave small-cell backhaul system, has raised £4.5m in funding.

The round was led by Robert Sansom, Chairman of CCS and founder of Cambridge Angels, with participation from David Cleevely, Mark Richer, Cambridge Angels, Etagra Group, the Cambridge Capital Group and Imperial Innovations.

Co-founded by CEO Steve Greaves and CTO John Porter, CCS has developed technology provides systems with sufficient backhaul capability to support dense deployments of mobile small cells by Mobile Network Operators.

The company intends to use the capital to accelerate commercial deployment of its solution. During 2013, CCS intends to deploy a number of commercial pilot networks as a precursor to wider deployment in 2014/15.



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