When we founded OpenSignal 7 years ago, we had a very specific goal in mind. We sought an alternative to the old way of measuring mobile network performance. Instead of packing a car full of test gear and then driving around searching for signals, we decided to focus on the consumer. We felt what mattered most to consumers were the actual speeds and availability they experienced on their phones, not some abstract representation of network performance based on test equipment. Using cutting-edge crowdsourcing techniques and rigorous scientific analysis, we developed and improved a testing methodology that we are extremely proud of. What’s more, operators, equipment makers and regulators around the world have validated that methodology by relying on OpenSignal data to make key business and policy decisions.
Today, OpenSignal is the global standard for mobile experience trusted by consumers, and industry stakeholders. We offer a modern and proven way to measure mobile network performance.
Prior to co-founding OpenSignal in 2010, Brendan spent over 10 years building solutions to help people understand and improve mobile service and experience. In 2007, he was part of the team that launched RepeaterStore, which provides signal boosting solutions to improve wireless cell and data reception in buildings, homes and vehicles. Brendan was named in the Telecoms Business Power100 in 2017. He holds a Physics degree from Oxford University.
Shirin has over 20 years experience in the telecoms industry and was the founder and CEO of Arieso, a leader in network geolocation solutions which was acquired by JDSU for $85m. Shirin has won numerous prestigious industry awards, including Blackberry’s Top Woman in Technology, Best Woman in Mobile, Business Woman of the Year 2013, and European Entrepreneur of the Year 2013.
Andy leads the telecoms industry side of the business with responsibility for sales, marketing and product development. Under his leadership, OpenSignal’s business with mobile operators and technology vendors has expanded across six continents. With over 25 years of telecoms industry experience, he has held senior commercial positions with several high-growth companies, most recently leading Global Sales & Marketing at Arieso (now Viavi Solutions).
With over 20 years of experience working with telecoms customers around the globe, most recently at Arieso (now Viavi Solutions), Iain has considerable knowledge of mobile operators and the wireless industry. He oversees all aspects of technical product delivery to OpenSignal’s global operator customers, including product support, solution delivery and service delivery.
Sam has over 10 years of experience working within telecoms, including co-founding RepeaterStore, a mobile signal solutions provider improving signal in homes and offices. At OpenSignal, Sam has lead the creation of the company’s suite of enterprise products and built an innovative high-concurrency architecture, capable of handling large quantities of data. Sam is an OpenSignal co-founder and holds a Physics degree from Oxford University.
As the leader of OpenSignal’s mobile engineering team, James has led the development and adoption of multiple OpenSignal mobile apps, which have been downloaded on over 20 million consumer devices (and counting) around the world. He also focuses on pioneering next generation technologies to fuel company growth. James is an OpenSignal co-founder and holds a Physics & Philosophy degree from Oxford University.
Patrick leads OpenSignal's finance, legal and administration functions, and works with the leadership team to plan and execute the company’s commercial growth strategy. With more than 20 years of corporate financial experience, he has held multiple executive positions, including COO, Digital for the Telegraph Media Group and CFO for the Diffusion Media Group.
Melissa has over 20 years of technology marketing experience working for high-growth companies and at global tech PR consultancies. As the leader of the global marketing team, she oversees branding, sales enablement, product marketing, strategic partnerships, brand endorsements and PR, including the weekly publication of OpenSignal’s industry-leading State of Mobile Network Reports.
Patrick is the Managing Director of Qualcomm Ventures North America and leads all U.S. investments. Qualcomm Ventures is the 16-year old corporate venture fund of Qualcomm with 180+ active investments and numerous exits.
Partner at Passion Capital, the leading early-stage technology venture capital investment firm in Europe. Eileen also serves as the Chair for Tech City UK; in the Prime Minister's Business Advisory Group; HM Treasury's Special Envoy for FinTech, Tech Ambassador for the Mayor of London.
Mark is a Partner at OATV (O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures), the VC fund he co-founded with Tim O’Reilly, based in San Francisco. Prior to OATV, Mark was an Executive VP at O’Reilly Media and holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.
Steve is an accomplished veteran of the telecoms industry having held senior marketing roles with AT&T, AirTouch and Cellular One and more recently was a senior VP at Byte Mobile.
Seamus is an experienced mobile entrepreneur with over 20 years experience building companies that leverage mobile data and analytics. He was founder and CEO of M:Metrics (acquired by Comscore) and recently founded MetaResolver and Datasnap.io.
Gary brings over 25 years experience in the mobile industry, providing network quality insights to mobile operators. He held senior positions at Telephia, Nielsen and most recently Director of Mobile Research for ITG.
Isaac is a serial entrepreneur, executive, and advisor in the mobile space and currently CEO and Founder of Handmade Ventures. Isaac has held senior leadership positions at Millenial Media, Qualcomm and Macromedia.
Founder and COO of Divide which was acquired by Google and now forms part of Android for Work. Now a PM on Android Wear, Alex was previously a VP at Morgan Stanley for 11 years.
Sina is a co-founder of OpenSignal and currently CEO of RSRF, an in-building wireless solutions provider headquartered in California. He is also a technology policy advocate and a Technology Fellow at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.