Set up in 1995, AIRCOM sells software and support services such as consultancy and training to mobile-phone operators and developed the first PC software for mobile network planning. Run by co-founders Steve Mockford and Philip Caiger, the Surrey company is now 40% owned by Nokia, the mobile-phone giant, which bought a stake in 1999. AIRCOM has grown its sales 93% a year from £2.4m in 1998 to £17.7m in 2001, when it employed 152 people.
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