Small cell backhaul innovation powers CCS to top honours at 25th Anniversary Business Weekly Awards
CCS wins Wireless Innovation Award that recognises Cambridge business excellence
Cambridge, UK, 18th March 2015 – CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems), creator of the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile networks, today announces that it won the Wireless Innovation Award at the 25th Anniversary Business Weekly Awards. The award was accepted by CCS CEO Steve Greaves at an all-star presentation dinner held last night at Queens’ College, Cambridge.
For more than two decades, Business Weekly has reported in print and online the key business, innovation and technology developments in Cambridge and the East of England – Europe’s innovation capital. CCS is already ranked in Business Weekly’s “Killer 50”, its list of the 50 hottest disruptive technology companies.
The Business Weekly Awards are open to companies of all sizes from the East of England, and from every conceivable business sector. To mark the 25th Anniversary, the awards categories this year were finessed to reflect the expansion of the region in the quarter-century since the awards began, with eight award categories up for grabs including Start-up of the Year, International Trade Champion and Killer Technology Champion.
Commenting on the award win, CEO and Co-Founder Steve Greaves said: “CCS is proud to have begun life in this exceptional region, which is home to some of the world’s most forward-thinking companies. We are grateful to Business Weekly for its recognition and support, and we look forward to contributing further to the extraordinary heritage and success story that continues to evolve here in Cambridge.”
Cambridge, UK-based CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems) is the pioneer of the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile networks.
CCS offers mobile network operators the only system that meets all key requirements for high capacity and low latency, reliability, rapid deployment and low-cost operation in a small, low-impact design. Self-organising, self-healing links automatically reconfigure themselves to optimise performance across a resilient, multipoint-to-multipoint topology. Easy to scale, with no radio planning or re-alignment required as nodes are added, CCS’ self-organising microwave-based system delivers the lowest TCO for any small cell backhaul technology.
CCS’ system enables mobile operators to deploy small cells in a flexible, organic way as additional capacity is required, maintaining a quality of service that meets customer expectations.
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