Williamson appointed CEO at Cambridge-based wireless network design provider, Ranplan

Alastair Williamson, CEO, Ranplan

Alastair Williamson has been appointed as CEO at Cambridge-based, wireless network design provider, Ranplan.

Williamson brings over 25 years’ experience in the telecommunications industry working for companies such Cambridge Broadband Networks, Alcatel Lucent and Krone, most recently working as head of Global Sales at Ranplan.

“This is an incredibly exciting time for Ranplan, as we enter the next phase of our growth supporting the deployment of heterogeneous in-building planning with our iBuildNet product suite,” commented Williamson. “We have just launched the latest version of iBuildNet, which gives significant time and cost savings for in-building design. We have also launched a Chinese language version to cater for the rapidly expanding Chinese market. The growth of Ranplan and the adoption of iBuildNet globally shows we are on the right path.”

“I am honoured and excited to be leading Ranplan, a company built upon its extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic workforce and am looking forward to helping our customers as they rollout the next generation of networks.”

Ranplan is a UK-based wireless technology company that has developed software tools for outdoor/indoor wireless network planning, design and optimisation, using advanced 3D building modelling and radio propagation simulation. The company is active in research and development for radio propagation, femto/small cell and DAS design, automatic RAN optimisation and the deployment of complex HetNets.

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