Industry veteran Rhys Robinson joins ThinkRF to better serve growing US customer base
ThinkRF Corp., the leader in software-defined spectrum analysis, today announced the creation of a wholly-owned US subsidiary, ThinkRF Inc., and the opening of its headquarters in the Washington DC metro area.
“We are at a critical juncture in the spectrum analysis market,” said Jim Roche, President and CEO at ThinkRF. “With an ever-expanding number of devices operating across more and higher frequencies, the requirements for spectrum monitoring are quickly evolving. Our disruptive software-defined radio products are designed to address these needs, and the market is responding. Our customer base is growing rapidly around the world and to better serve our US customers we are launching a US subsidiary headquartered in Washington, DC.”
Rhys Robinson, a communications industry veteran, joins the ThinkRF team to lead these initiatives. Rhys brings over 25 years of executive experience to the role. His deep understanding of communications products and technologies will be instrumental in helping customers – including telecommunications companies, spectrum regulators and aerospace and defense companies – leverage the disruptive solutions from ThinkRF.
“I see an amazing opportunity for a high-performance, compact and remotely deployable spectrum analysis solutions like the ones pioneered by ThinkRF,” said Rhys Robinson, Director, US Sales at ThinkRF. “As organizations look to monitor wireless spectrum to reduce security risks and test new 5G devices, they need a solution that offers greater versatility, better performance, and additional capabilities. I’m proud to be joining a company that is poised to capitalize on these disruptions at such a key point in the evolution of our industry.”
ThinkRF is the leader in software-defined spectrum analysis solutions that monitor, detect and analyze complex waveforms in today’s rapidly evolving wireless landscape. Built on patented technology and quality by design principles, the ThinkRF platform offers greater versatility, better performance and additional capabilities for 5G, monitoring, signals intelligence (SIGINT), technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM), and test and measurement applications. Aerospace and defense companies, spectrum regulators and wireless communications providers use the remotely deployable, PC-driven and easily-upgraded platform to replace traditional lab equipment for wireless spectrum analysis.