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New LoRa Alliance CEO


New LoRa Alliance CEO

The LoRa Alliance, the global association of companies backing the open LoRaWAN standard for IoT low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs), announces that it has appointed Donna Moore as the new CEO & Chair of the LoRa Alliance. Moore will replace current Chair Geoff Mulligan, who has led the organization since its inception in 2015.

Donna was identified amongst a strong field of potential candidates to lead the Board and LoRa Alliance operations to fulfill our vision, and we look forward to working with her,” said Bertrand Waels, Board Member of the LoRa Alliance and Head of Radio Access Alternative Technologies at Orange. “We have achieved great success as an Alliance with rapid growth. Moving forward, the LoRa Alliance will be highly focused on wider technology adoption and increasing the volume of certified devices to make LoRaWAN one of the most globally adopted low-power wide-area networking (LPWAN) technologies. Donna’s expertise and experience in these areas will prove invaluable as we enter our next stage of development.”

The unique differentiators of LoRaWAN technology position the LoRa Alliance well in the LPWAN market,” said Donna Moore, incoming CEO & Chair of the LoRa Alliance. “Member enthusiasm for the LoRaWAN protocol is incredibly inspiring. There are already a wide variety of real-world LoRaWAN implementations across multiple industries that are in use today. These adoptions are a clear breakthrough for IoT connectivity and demonstrate that LoRaWAN can solve business intelligence requirements, deliver a strong ROI for implementers, and offer confidence and longevity to end users. The LoRa Alliance has a fantastic opportunity now to cement its leadership position in the IoT space through increased certification, and rapidly increasing adoption. I look forward to leading the organization through this exciting growth phase, which has global, market-changing implications.

Moore has nearly two decades of experience in launching new companies and growing businesses across a variety of industries and competitive environments. Most recently, she was CEO of SpireSpark, a company that designs, builds and manages worldwide certification, compliance and conformance programs. Prior to that, she served as the executive director of the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA). She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from San Diego State University.



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