Wireless technologies have changed our world in the past 25 years. They will utterly transform it in the next 25. Whether you are an operator, a software or hardware vendor, a regulator, a stadium owner, a transport company or a private business, you need to know how wireless will affect or benefit what you do.
Numerous advisory firms have sprung up to offer guidance to the fast-changing wireless world. Many offer business, market and economic expertise. But only one offers more. Only one offers experts who have actually engineered, designed, supplied, developed and helped to regulate the technologies that now dominate communications.
We have helped to build the wireless world of today.
We are helping to build the wireless world of tomorrow.
We can show you what that wireless world can do for you.
We are Real Wireless.
Roger Jeynes Chair, Advisory Board
Roger’s early career included a number of senior technical, marketing and general management roles at IBM, EMC and Pyramid Technology in the UK, Italy and the USA. From 1997 to 2006 he was Chief Operating Officer of Interregnum plc, the technology merchant bank, serving as a non-executive director or chairman on the boards of more than a dozen investee companies and founding Interregnum’s Mergers & Acquisition (M&A) practice. A mathematics graduate of Sheffield University and Fellow of the RSA, Roger also holds a certificate in investment management from IIMR, and is Visiting Professor of Management Practice in the Lord Ashcroft International Business School of Anglia Ruskin University.
Gregory Bensberg MBE
He has previously worked as a policy and technical expert at Ofcom and the Independent Television Commission for over 20 years.
He acted as a key technical and regulatory adviser to UK Government Ministers whilst they were developing the UK government’s switchover policy. He was also responsible for leading Ofcom’s spectrum clearance programme (800 MHz and 2.6GHz); which the UK’s 4G spectrum auction in 2013.
He led the planning and licensing of the UK’s digital switchover programme including its UHF spectrum strategy) and its adoption of the DVB-T2 standard and the launch of terrestrial HD services in 2009. He also led Ofcom’s Digital Dividend Review project in 2005/06 which laid out the process and principles for the eventual European digital dividend programme.
Gregory is a chartered engineer and holds an MBA and BSc. He was honoured by Her Majesty the Queen for his work in communications and media by being made an MBE in 2014.
Rob Ray BSc, MBA
Graham Mills MA, MBA, CEng, MIET
Mike Goddard OBE, BSc, CEng, FIET
Mobile, Wi-Fi, broadcast, satellite or business radio? 4G/LTE, 5G, satellite networks, private networks or hybrid networks? Small cells, backhaul, point-to-point, DAS? Device options, infrastructure options and spectrum options? You need to know what they mean — for you and your business.
Ask us. We know every single one of these wireless technologies and wireless enablers — and a lot more. Many of us have made them happen. We are engineers and strategists, market makers and market analysts. We can tell you where wireless has been — and where it is going.
Our wireless supply customers
Operators, regulators, government, and both hardware and software vendors make up many of our customers. They have also supplied many of our experts. Our wireless supply customers trust us because we not only know what we are doing, but we also understand what they are trying to do. They also know that we are fiercely independent. Our advice is carefully researched, evidence based, unbiased and focused on the best solution to a given problem, rather than one that favours a particular technology or approach.
Our wireless user customers
What do football stadiums, airports, transportation organisations, smart cities and national and local government have in common? They have all used our services. We offer a wide range of capabilities for the public and private sectors – consultancy services, management services, preparation of design standards, cost options, coverage advice, technology insights, reports and recommendations to help them get the most out of wireless for their own customers and users. And we are independent. We don’t promote technologies wireless user customers might like. We promote technologies they need.