NeoCortec appoints Cato Skibsted Fagermo as Business Development Manager to develop new opportunities for NeoMesh ultra-low power wireless network technology

12 OCTOBER 2021

New IoT and Cloud-connected sensor network applications enabled

 Cato Fagermo 

NeoCortec, manufacturer of the world’s smallest, ultra-low-power bi-directional wireless mesh network modules, today announced the appointment of Cato Skibsted Fagermo as Business Development Manager. With 20 years’ experience in commercializing technologies in emerging markets, Fagermo joins NeoCortec at a time when a wide range of markets and applications based on IoT and Cloud-connected sensor networks, including smart home and smart workplace, metering, security, agriculture, transportation, industry 4.0, medical and food distribution, are in need of large-scale networks with ultra-low power consumption.

NeoCortec develops mesh technologies and solutions that exactly fit these requirements. Unlike other mesh network technologies, NeoMesh is dynamic and scalable with almost no limit to network size or depth The unique NeoCortec protocol stack is offered for both 2.4GHz as well as sub 1GHz frequency bands, delivered in tiny, 11x18x2.6mm footprint, pre-approved modules.

Comments Fagermo: “I am excited about the possibilities of our NeoMesh technology, and the significant improvements it brings to how the way mesh network are built today. I am sure that new applications will be enabled by the technology, and it is my job identify these new business opportunities and to introduce our solutions to the right customers who can use them to differentiate their products and win in competitive markets.”

Adds Thomas Steen Halkier, CEO at NeoCortec: “Cato is joining NeoCortec at an exciting time for our company. I am sure his experience in taking innovative technologies and matching them to new and emerging applications will be of great benefit.”


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