Leighton Carroll

President

Mr. Carroll has over 25 years of experience in technology including wireless networks, transport engineering, and software development.  Previously Leighton was the CEO of Squan where he transformed a NY metro wireless construction firm into a wireless and transport engineering and delivery company with 11 offices in 10 states.  He was previously the Merger and Integration executive for AT&T having most recently completed the successful Cricket and Alltel acquisitions. Leighton is the former CEO of WMS where he grew the business from $3m in revenue to $100m in 3 years. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech and has executive education from Harvard Business School and MIT.

 
 

Leadership Team

Paul Chory

Senior Vice President, Engineering and Customer Service Delivery Mr. Chory has 37 years of experience in manufacturing test engineering, manufacturing engineering production/supervision, cellular engineering service delivery, and wireless service delivery management/leadership. He has held engineering and executive leadership positions with Western Electric, AT&T, Lucent Technologies, and Alcatel Lucent. While at Lucent/Alcatel Lucent, Mr. Chory’s innovative

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Executive Biography

Dr. Arogyaswami Paulraj

Advisor Dr. Paulraj has been a technical innovator his entire career. While he is currently a Stanford Professor Emeritus of Engineering, co-inventor of 79 patents, and author of more than 400 research papers and two text books, he is most well-known for pioneering Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technology. MIMO has revolutionized broadband wireless internet

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Executive Biography

Glen Robinson

Executive Vice President Mr. Robinson has over 35 years of experience in wireless technology including RF design, network engineering, site development and network operations. He has held numerous leadership positions within AT&T Mobility and was Chief Technology Officer of Triton Cellular Partners, Montana PCS, and Suncom Wireless.  In these roles, Glen was responsible for implementing

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