Cambridge B'band Names CEO

Bjorn Krylander joins Cambridge Broadband from UbiNetics

January 27, 2006

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CAMBRIDGE, U.K. -- Cambridge Broadband Limited has appointed Bjorn Krylander as its new Chief Executive Officer. Bjorn Krylander comes to Cambridge Broadband from UbiNetics Limited, where he grew the company into a successful 3G technology company. Previously, Bjorn held a number of positions in the Ericsson Group, and he brings expertise in both the mobile cellular and broadband access markets.

Hermann Hauser, Cambridge Broadband's Chairman and co-founder of the company's investor Amadeus Capital, commented: "Bjorn Krylander has an impressive track record of building telecommunications businesses in the past decade. He has spent his career in the wireless industry and understands the market we are addressing, particularly the needs of cellular operators, one of our key customer segments."

Bjorn Krylander said: "The cellular market is in a period of transition, particularly as networks move from 2G to 3G. Cambridge Broadband's VectaStar technology is very exciting and the company has already begun to establish itself as the transmission network provider of choice for cellular operators in a variety of countries. I look forward to this next phase of company growth, and I am fortunate to be backed up by an extremely experienced and successful team."

Cambridge Broadband Networks Ltd.

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