LU-CIX ASBL counts 69 members, connected or not, participating to the dynamism of the Luxembourgish ICT eco-system.
Board of Directors - LU-CIX ASBL
Didier Wasilewski joined Cegecom as one of the first employees in 2000. Today he is responsible for the sales and marketing department in Luxembourg and he develops cross-border activities in the Greater Region.
He manages over 30% of the artelis group’s revenue.
Didier is an expert in the telecom industry and believes in exceeding the customer’s expectation. Didier is active in several local federations.
Before joining the artelis group, Didier has worked for 10 years for Philips International where he sold and implemented communication and security projects.
Peter Sodermans served as an external consultant the department of “Media, Telecommunications and Digital Policy department” (SMC) of the Luxembourg Government (Prime Minister’s office) during the last decade. He covered strategic initiatives related to the positioning of the technological infrastructure of the country, hereby creating new opportunities for the Luxembourg government related to 5G, datacenters, connectivity, artificial intelligence, IoT, tech companies… all with the Digital Luxembourg umbrella.
Previously, Peter Sodermans served as vice-president of Cogent Communications and Lambdanet. Before that, he was a successful telecoms entrepreneur in the late 90’s. (Direct Telecom, Firstmark Communications).
Being an autodidact, he holds since 2020 the Influence and Negotiation Strategies program certificate from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
After a first professional experience as Network Engineer at Netline (from 2007 to 2011) and then at Telecom Luxembourg Private Operator (TLPO), Yannick was promoted Chief Technology Officer for TLPO whilst accepting to become Chief Strategy Officer at LU-CIX (Internet Exchange Point of Luxembourg) until October 2016.
Yannick recently moved to POST Telecom as Connectivity Presales in the Enterprise Sales department.
Since 2012, he has also been operating as professional counsellor at IUT Le Montet (Nancy), sharing his expertise on how ISPs work with lab session.
Yannick holds a master’s degree in system engineering specialty network from the University Henri Poincaré (Nancy).
After a few varied professional experiences, Quentin turned to Service Provider (Cloud and Internet). He started his career in France, at Aspaway (acquired by Claranet), and moved to Adista after having obtained his Master’s degree in Network and Telecommunications from ESIEA (Paris).
Since 2020, Quentin has been working at LuxNetwork as Network Enginner where he is now responsible of technical engineering.
Passionate about the Internet and peering, he is also part-time teacher at ESIEA (Paris), to pass on knowledge about operator networks.
Gilles Mulheims started working for Tango in 2007 taking over the responsibility for the complete radio access network of Tango’s mobile telecommunication networks. Since 2013 he is responsible for both, the fixed and mobile access networks of Tango, as well as the national and international interconnections. Today he is heading a team of 20 engineers.
In 2013 he started building up a new Internet Platform for Tango and connected it to several Internet Exchanges. Over the years he acquired a huge experience in IP network interconnections, the overall Internet topology and the negotiation of peering agreements.
Gilles holds a Master degree in electrical and electronics engineering with a specialization in mobile telecommunications.
Carlo Richartz has been working for Post Technologies since 1997. Now as Deputy Head of Department Transport Technologies, he is the Assisting Head of the Department and manages 120 strong teams responsible for access and core transport networks.
He also directly heads a 40 strong team responsible for developing and operating Post Technologies national and international transport, corporate and IP networks.
Carlo Richartz owns a Master in electrical and electronics engineering with extensive technical, marketing, strategic planning and leadership experience in the network and telecommunications industries nationally and internationally.
Yves joined the Government IT Centre, called “Centre des technologies et de l’information de l’État” (CTIE), in 2014 where his activities are focused on network management and operations.
Before he worked at RESTENA Foundation, starting 2000 as a network and systems engineer. He was responsible for the operation of the National Research and Education Network (NREN) and was among the early adopters of IPv6 in Luxembourg.
On a voluntary basis he contributes to the Luxembourg Commercial Internet eXchange point (LU-CIX) since 2012.
Yves holds a master’s degree in Computer Science – Network and Systems Engineering from the University Henri Poincaré (Nancy).
Frédérique is the point of contact for LU-CIX’s members and addresses all topics with regards to LU-CIX in general. She is the organiser the yearly Luxembourg Internet Days event, which has become an industry must in the Greater Region.
In charge of the harmonious development of LU-CIX ASBL which drives her to a very cross functional position, she is active on all fronts; from sales to events organisation, from day-to-day administration to representation outside of the office…
After being graduated from INSEEC Paris, Frédérique ULRICH has acquired a strong background in sales, marketing, communication and event organisation in trend setting companies at the international level.
She works on organising the different LU-CIX events, particularly the Luxembourg Internet Days together with Frédérique ULRICH. She is also in charge of LU-CIX’s presence on social media and manages its different websites.
After graduating in advertisement from IUT Nancy-Charlemagne in 2014, she specialised in event management during one year at IFA Metz.
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