Founder and CEO
Chris wrote his first computer program in 1975 and has been involved in technology ever since. In 1986 Chris, with a couple brothers, co-founded CCR, an IT company which grew through the years to be an ISP, a Wireless ISP and then cloud and managed service provider. Starting on shoestring, CCR grew slowly until 2005, and since then, has had a CAGR averaging 20-25% for over a dozen straight years. In late 2016, Chris founded 2pifi. 2pifi manages internet connections for carriers and enterprises in hard to reach locations. Also, in late in 2016, Chris, in partnership with Lawrence Latham of Everynet, Founded US IoT Network, providing seed capital. Forging many partnerships in the wireless industry as well as a plethora of experience in service offering and business development as well as P&L responsibility, Chris has a unique set of talents to lead US IoT Network to be a tour de force in the IoT industry.
VP Strategic Partnerships
Leo manages US IoT Network’s network of infrastructure partners who provide tower space for LoRaWAN gateways. He also oversees strategic client relationships, helping them determine how they can best use the network to meet their business objectives. Working at the intersection of coverage, clients, device manufacturers, network operations, and cloud infrastructure, Leo’s responsibility is to make the U.S. LoRaWAN ecosystem useful to anyone looking to access it.
SVP, Head of Global Sales, Everynet
Antonio heads global sales at Everynet and is responsible for connecting US IoT Network clients to Everynet’s global footprint in more than 60 countries.
Managing Partner, Everynet
Lawrence and Chris Kelly set up the partnership between Everynet and US IoT Network to tackle the unique challenges presented by the United States’ market and bring a public LoRaWAN network to the world’s largest economy.
Technical Director, Everynet
Tim guides clients through LoRaWAN adoption from proof-of-concept to deployment to full production. He advises and supports on coverage needs, cloud infrastructure, device selection, network operations, manufacturer relationships, etc.
Tracy is responsible for marketing at Everynet and has been instrumental to the growth and health of the LoRa Alliance and its members.
Vitaliy is responsible for hardware and software infrastructure. He is a leader in LoRaWAN innovation and has written several patents.