Simon Rockman is a well-known member of the mobile community. He founded What Mobile magazine in 1992 which in 2000 led to a senior Director role at Motorola, based in Chicago and at TTP.COM in Cambridge.
He then became head of requirements for Sony Ericsson, and head of the Mobile Money Exchange at the GSMA.
His work as a journalist owning a number of computing titles, working for Personal Computer World, The Register, and publishing both Cambridge Wireless Journal and UK5GT Innovation Briefing has given him unrivalled access to pioneering people and projects. He is currently involved in Westminster Mobile, a small cell deployment which covers the houses of Parliament and Zero Host, the world’s first tidal powered data centre.
As Chief-of-Staff at Telet Research he helps deliver 5G coverage to previously unconnected areas, with particular expertise in spectrum licensing. Telet is the UK’s fifth mobile operator, with deployments that include Europe’s largest private 5G SA network.