CRFS appoints General Manager
CRFS, the Cambridge-based developer and manufacturer of innovative real-time spectral monitoring and signal analysis systems, has appointed Nick Balon as General Manager. He was previously Chief Operating Office at Xennia which he helped propel into a leading industrial inkjet company and which was acquired by TenCate Plc. He has been also been an active angel investor and mentor on the Cambridge tech scene. At CRFS he will be responsible for the day to day operations of the company, allowing CEO and co-founder, Alistair Massarella to focus sales, business and technology development.
CRFS develops and supplies innovative real-time RFeye spectral analysis tools for planning, monitoring, and licensing of wireless spectrum.
CRFS Limited Building 7200 Cambridge Research Park, Cambridge, CB25 9TL
T +44 1223 815615
This release was published on openPR.
Permanent link to this press release:
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.
You can edit or delete your press release CRFS appoints General Manager here
News-ID: 172492 • Views: 1780
More Releases for Cambridge
Fortna UK’s Michael Marienfeld named Mentor by University of Cambridge
READING, PA (May 20, 2019) - Fortna®, The Distribution Experts®, today announced that Michael Marienfeld, Director, Europe, has been named a “Launchpad Mentor” by the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. Cambridge Judge Launchpad mentors are assigned to individual students and offer continuous 1:1 practical support throughout the year of the Diploma or the two years of the Masters. They are experienced entrepreneurs who aim to support
CAN Bus Logger Keeps Cambridge Racing Team Competitive
Influx Rebel CT Records Test Data Cambridge University Eco-Racing (CUER) is a student-run society of 60 undergraduates affiliated with the University of Cambridge’s Engineering Department who design, build and race solar-powered vehicles. Their main competition is a biennial endurance challenge consisting of a 3,000 km (1,864 miles) journey across the Australian outback, travelling from Darwin to Adelaide. To keep their cars competitive, the team utilizes a CAN Bus logger to collect
Cambridge Companies Opens New Office in Arizona
GRIFFITH, IN (June 30, 2017) – Cambridge Companies is a design-build firm headquartered in Griffith, IN. We are excited to announce our recent expansion to Arizona. This location will allow us easier access to the west coast and help to better connect with these customers. Cambridge Companies’ has extensive experience building many different types of facilities over the past 25 years. Cambridge has an office in Griffith,
Cambridge Professor says climate change threat is misunderstood
Invitation to SCI’s Free Public Evening Lecture Wednesday 28 June 2017 Professor Michael J Kelly, Prince Phillip Professor of Technology, Cambridge University will speak on future energy needs and engineering reality. Professor Kelly says that the UK’s rush to counter the effects of climate change has led to a mistaken scramble to invest in pointless alternative energies. To really tackle the problem, the Government will need a radical plan - nothing short
Cambridge Feels the Big Band Beat!
Beat Brasserie Welcomes the Brian Thomas & Alex Lee Clark Big BandBeat Brasserie, located in Cambridge’s Harvard Square, is welcoming spring with a big band bang! On Sunday, March 12th, 2017 Beat will host a special performance from Brian Thomas & Alex Lee Clark’s 20 Piece Big Band from 7:00PM to 11:00PM. Guests can enjoy Beat’s signature dishes and innovative hand-crafted cocktails while the Big Band performs the latest
CRFS joins Cambridge TV White Spaces Consortium
22nd July 2011 CRFS, the Cambridge company behind the breakthrough RFeye® receiver for continuous radio spectrum monitoring, has joined the Cambridge TV White Spaces Consortium. The consortium includes some of the UK’s largest technology and media companies and is undertaking technology trials to explore how unused TV spectrum could provide an inexpensive solution to satisfy the escalating wireless connectivity requirements of UK consumers and businesses in towns, cities