Cambridge UK – 17th September: Ranplan has recruited Anthony Sutton to the newly created role of Commercial Operations Director. Based in Cambridge UK and spanning all commercial activities globally, Sutton will be instrumental in delivering on Ranplan’s ambitious growth plans.
Sutton brings with him more than 20 years’ experience in international sales and marketing in the telecommunications industry, covering the Americas, the Middle East, Europe and the Far East. He recently served as VP Sales and Marketing at Cobham Wireless in the UK, prior to which he held senior sales and marketing roles at Aerial Facilities, Axell Wireless, Ampheno Jaybeam and Megger (formerly AVO).
“I’m thrilled to be joining Ranplan at this exciting time. I will be working hard with the global team to identify and capitalise on new commercial opportunities and develop new solutions to support our ecosystem of customers,” says Sutton.
CEO Per Lindberg adds, “We are delighted to add Anthony to our executive leadership team. His wealth of international experience, deep customer know-how and solid management skills come at a defining moment for the industry at large, characterised by febrile activities in advance of the mass-scale deployment of 5G networks, designed to cater for a full spectrum of novel applications, all of which will benefit from the leading expertise, products and services that Ranplan provides.”
Ranplan Wireless is an innovative wireless technology company that has developed the World’s only solution that can plan, design and optimise inbuilding and outdoor wireless networks in coordination. Our solutions enable us to help an ecosystem of companies deploy the next generation of wireless networks for a range of applications in urban environments, supporting multiple technologies such as 4G LTE, 5G, Wi-Fi and IoT, providing end users with an unmatched quality of experience.
Ranplan Wireless is a subsidiary of Ranplan Group AB (Nasdaq First North: RPLAN) whose head office is in Stockholm, Sweden. The group operates out of offices in the UK, US and China.