Lonergan Partners is pleased to announce that Larry Lang has been named CEO at RF Pixels.
Larry is a technology executive with experience in raising capital, developing products, and growing businesses rapidly. Most recently, he served as CEO of PLUMgrid, a virtual networking company acquired by VMware. Other prior startups include Quorum, providing cloud-based disaster recovery, and Ipsilon, the pioneer of IP switching acquired by Nokia. Larry worked at Cisco for many years, ultimately as general manager of the mobile service provider business unit, which created the data infrastructure for the initial iPhone launch. Larry has served as advisor and board director for many companies, including Netsil, acquired by Nutanix, and BelAir, acquired by Ericsson. He started his career at Bellcore.
Larry holds a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Duke University and a master of science degree in operations research from Stanford University.
About RF Pixels
RF Pixels is a technology company that provides next generation wireless solutions, enabling 5G. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Fremont, California.
The transition to 5G wireless is coming, driven by demand for gigabit mobile broadband. Such speeds are made possible by new spectrum in the millimeter wave range. The engineers at RF Pixels have pioneered new radio technology that will deliver astonishing user experiences combined with strong economics for service provider. It’s a privilege to help my new colleagues unleash the full business potential of their ingenuity.Larry Lang, CEO, RF Pixels
Larry Lang is one of the best-known and most respected leaders in the global networking industry. He will have tremendous impact at RFPixels, a company that will be a force in the emerging 5G market.Mark Lonergan, Founder & Managing Partner, Lonergan Partners