Paul comes to PHAZR from Ericsson where he was responsible for developing the small cell and in-building design program, helping to launch the Radio DOT in-building distributed RAN. Fascinated with high speed and top performance Paul has regularly worked with teams pushing the envelope for technology advancements that lead industry in speed and performance. Paul began his career working at the Texas Instruments Antenna Lab developing Missile Systems incorporating RF systems that have adaptive cognizance while travelling at Mach 5 speeds. While at TI Paul became involved with adapting the phased array technology to be applied to terrestrial systems. He and his team developed smart and active antenna arrays to be applied to early PCS systems. After TI exited the Systems Business, in 2000 Paul went to a fledgling Korean company that was just beginning to bring commercial products to the US with 2 phone products and one customer in Sprint. While at Samsung, Paul led Network System Teams that were focused on increasing the Samsung presence in the US. Since Samsung was always pushing the envelope in technology, Paul was very comfortable helping to introduce a line of firsts in the US, such as first US CDMA-1X commercial network, first US WiMAX commercial network, first global commercial Femtocell network, and first commercial LTE network in the US. Being innovative and seeking the highest performance led Paul to work for the MetroPCS where he worked with the founder, Malcolm Lorang to help make Metro a leader in early LTE deployments and innovative with their DAS and Central RAN architectures. After MetroPCS was purchased by T-Mobile, Paul went to Ericsson to help advance their small cells.