Miguel Ponce De Leon
Miguel Ponce de Leon is currently the Chief Technologist at the TSSG. Miguel has participated in a number of national and international research and innovation ICT projects, and has authored and co-authored papers in the research themes of future networking, communication network management, smart grid and living labs. Miguel has participated in a number of standards activities, from 2008-present he has been the TSSG representative to ETSI and TMForum, and on the Advisory Council of ISOC. Miguel has contributed to 3GPP SA5 Telecommunication Management working group and in the area of Lawful Interception.
Miguel has previously worked for Motorola Inc. joining them in 1996. Initally based in Motorola Cork, Miguel worked in the Network Sector on the (MSC)EMX2500 mobile switching center. This was used across the world in mobile analogue (AMPS) and mobile digital (CDMA) deployments.
In 1999 Miguel moved to Motorola Arlington Heights Illinois to work on the Aspira project.The first software system to carry out mobile VoIP calls over CDMA and GSM systems towards Netmeeting on the desktop.
In 2000 Miguel worked on the software development of SIP in the Motorola Aspira project.
In 2001 Miguel returned to Motorola Cork to work on the load balancing of core network SGSN and the implementation of lawful interception techniques.
Eamonn Power is a Software Technical Lead at the TSSG. He’s been working in research and development for the last five years and developing software for eight years. His project portfolio includes VoIP multitennancy research, demo components for IPv6 mobility solutions, Future Internet network management and federated testbeds.
His most recent work before joining the OpenRMC team was in the area of European Cloud Computing Security. In the context of OpenRMC, Eamonn has been leading the development of RTMP-based components and getting the initial infrastructure off the ground.
In his spare time, Eamonn maintains interests in Wireless Networks, Civil Protection, ICT Security and various types of programming languages.