ABI Research appoints Kelvin Chan as wireless technology analyst

Wireless technology expert Kelvin Chan has joined ABI Research as industry analyst for M2M connectivity.

Based in Singapore as part of ABI Research’s Asia Pacific research practice, Kelvin Chan (pictured) is an industry analyst covering cellular machine-to-machine and wireless networking at ABI Research.

Prior to joining ABI, Chan was a team leader at IWow Technologies, where he was responsible for product development and pre-sales activities. His previous experience includes technical marketing, product and technology research activities in a start-up dealing with wireless power applications and development.

Earlier, he served as a research fellow, examining ultra wideband technologies and cognitive radio at the University of Birmingham in the UK. He has also filed two UK patents in relation to antenna and transceiver architectures. In addition, he has been published in IEEE journals and presented his work in major international conferences in the USA and Europe.

Chan holds a PhD majoring in radio frequency and microwave engineering from the University of Birmingham.

“Kelvin Chan’s experience in both industry and academia gives him a broad perspective on the wireless technology landscape,” said VP and chief research officer Stuart Carlaw.

“Machine-to-machine communications are becoming one of the hottest segments of the wireless communications industry, and Kelvin will add considerable depth to our already strong M2M research team.”

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