He was born in Nicosia on the 23rd of July 1956.
Christos studied at the University of London, Chelsey College where he received his Bachelor (Hons) degree in Electronics. He worked for Marconi Electronics during summer vacations at a PCB production line.
He then received a Master of Science degree from University College, University of London in Microwaves and Modern Optics and a Diploma in Microwave Engineering in 1981.
Immediately after he was employed by Seismograph Service (England) Ltd as a field engineer which specialized in geophysical exploration. Following appropriate training at the company’s U.K. facilities, he worked on the acquisition and processing of seismic data, for the exploration and production sector of the oil and gas industry. Primary assignment in the Lybian desert near the Chad border. He was responsible for daily data acquisition using geophone lines, TNT explosives and earth vibrating mega trucks. He assisted in maintenance and repair of electrical and electronic equipment.
In 1982 he spent a year in Manhattan, were he attended and received a diploma in Computer Technology from Control Data Institute, in New York City.
Through the years he followed various technical training courses and received various certifications on Battery Technology, Uninterruptible Power Supplies, Inverters and Rectifiers.
Christos has been a member of the American Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and the Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) of the United Kingdom since 1980.
He has a religious dedication in providing near zero down time to Digicom’s clients, through the use of the latest technology relating to “Critical Power”. That is why he strives to keep abreast of every new development in this field.
Under his guidance and supervision, Digicom received several awards of excellence for sales, growth and service.
More information about these awards click this link Awards.