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New CEO for Celestia UK

Posted 4 March 2020 · Add Comment

Celestia UK has announced the appointment of a new CEO, Dr Mehul 'Micky' Mehta, who will be furthering its capability and reputation in the fields of Antenna, RF and Signal Processing technologies.


Courtesy Celestia UK

Before joining Celestia UK, Micky (above) was co-founder and VP Modem Design at Blu Wireless Technology Ltd, responsible for PHY layer design and development. He brings a wealth of technical and commercial knowledge having worked in the wireless communications industry for over 25 years. Micky has deep understanding of several radio communication systems, with hands-on expertise in Digital Communications, Information theory, Signal Processing, and RF systems. Micky is also highly experienced in building teams, planning and executing complex projects and managing Customer and Investor relationships.
 
Taking the helm at Celestia UK comes at a pivotal moment for the company, part of the pan-European Celestia Technologies Group, as Micky explained: "I am focused on generating value in the company through innovation and a can-do attitude. We are already developing genuinely disruptive solutions for the ‘difficult’ problems in Radio Communications. 

"Celestia UK is a young start-up, one that is growing rapidly into an exciting workplace and I intend to foster that growth and value proposition over the coming years. We are building a dynamic and versatile team at Celestia UK, one that has demonstrable theoretical and practical knowledge across a range of different technical domains.”
 
José Alonso, Chairman of the Celestia Technologies Group said: "Micky brings a vast amount of technical and commercial expertise to the role.  Having previously been co-founder of start-ups and with a strong track record in US and UK wireless companies, he brings a unique combination of skills, experience and strengths to the business. It is this, together with other senior technical and commercial experts on our team that makes Celestia UK a force in the UK high-tech radio communications industry."


As part of the business' growth, Celestia UK is currently looking for like-minded talented engineers to join the company, working across a range of different disciplines. Details of the opportunities available are on the company's new website at www.celestia-uk.com
 




 

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