Olivier Beaujard joins Semtech from Sierra Wireless, to become senior director LoRa Alliance

Olivier Beaujard has joined Semtech

Olivier Beaujard has left Sierra Wireless for a new position in the Internet of Things at Semtech.

Beaujard’s new role is as senior director LoRa Alliance at Semtech, writes Jeremy Cowan. Semtech Corporation is a supplier of high performance analogue, mixed-signal semiconductors and algorithms for high-end consumer, enterprise computing, communications, and industrial equipment. Its products are designed to benefit the engineering community as well as the global community.

The company aims to reduce the impact it, and its products, have on the environment. Internal green programmes seek to reduce waste through material and manufacturing control, use of green technology and designing for resource reduction.

Publicly traded since 1967, Semtech is listed on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol SMTC.

From 2010 he was at Sierra Wireless in Paris, becoming vice president Market Development. Here he was responsible for global strategic partnerships with mobile operators, technology suppliers, systems integrators, and industry verticals. Beaujard was also a representative at the GSM Association (GSMA) and European Smart Metering Industry Group (ESMIG) an EU energy lobby group. Editorial board.

Olivier Beaujard is a member of IoT Now‘s Editorial Advisory Board.

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