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Comba Telecom Hires Wireless Industry Veterans to Bolster Leadership

Comba Telecom Hires Wireless Industry Veterans to Bolster Leadership

Moves Improve North America Engineering and Business Development Efforts

(9 January 2018 – Milpitas, CA) – Comba Telecom, Inc. (Subsidiary of Comba Telecom Holdings LTD.), a global leading wireless solutions provider, today announced that two industry veterans have joined its North American team.
Patrick Lau has joined Comba as the VP of Strategic Development and Ken Haberer will serve as a Director of Sales Engineering. Both have more than 20 years of experience working for top companies in the wireless industry.
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Lau has concentrated his efforts on Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and Small Cells during his 20 years in the wireless industry. He has held positions of increasing responsibility at Commscope, a provider of products and solutions for wireless communications. Additionally, Lau serves as an active board member of the Safer Buildings Coalition and HetNet Forum Council of Founders. He also routinely speaks at industry events including Mobile World Congress (MWC), WIA (Wireless Infrastructure Show), ACUTA, DASpedia, DAS Congress and others.
Haberer has more than 20 years in the wireless industry and held multiple roles as a Product Manager and Sales Engineer for companies such as SOLiD, Cobham (formerly Axell Wireless), Bird (formerly TX RX Systems) and others.
“We are extremely delighted to have both Patrick and Ken join the Comba Telecom North America team,” said Augustin Chang, Comba Telecom’s General Manager. “Adding respected and trusted industry veterans like Patrick and Ken will help Comba expand its brand awareness and recognition in the United States to the next level.”
“Comba Telecom is establishing a reputation as an innovative provider of DAS and Public Safety technologies,” Lau said. “I am excited to join a team that actively listens to customers’ needs and then introduces game-changing capabilities in its products to support both public safety and enterprise in-building communications.”
“Given the rapidly changing cellular landscape and the increased awareness of critical communications, the industry needs a manufacturer like Comba Telecom that understands the collocation challenges presented by these two industries. What resonates the loudest with me is the value Comba Telecom places on good customer support. Comba Telecom gets it,” according to Haberer.
About Comba Telecom Inc.
Comba Telecom, Inc., based in Milpitas, California, is a subsidiary of Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Ltd., a $1B publicly traded company and the leading supplier of RF communications solutions and equipment to the wireless industry. With R&D innovating in the heart of Silicon Valley and a manufacturing base in Asia, Comba Telecom manufactures cutting edge technologies and cost-effective solutions for OEM, integration and operator partners.
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Media Contact:
Comba Telecom North Americas
Mr. Jeff Wakabayashi
Tel: +1 (408) 649-2637
Email: jeff.wakabayashi@comba-telecom.com
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