Steffen Kennerley joins the company as engineering solutions manager and Stuart Dunthorne has been appointed technical services manager.
CSE-Genesis is a division of CSE-W. Arthur Fisher, formed earlier this year from the merger of CSE-WAF and Genesis Communications.
Kennerley and Dunthorne both join CSE-Genesis from Team Talk and CSE-WAF general manager Harry Singh says the appointments are a key part of the company’s plans to expand its digital mobile radio business in New Zealand, including the development of a number of “exciting new offerings for both existing and new customers”.
Kennerley is an experienced digital mobile radio solutions and applications specialist with 21 years in the industry, the last 16 at Team Talk, New Zealand’s largest land mobile service provider.
Singh says Kennerley, an expert in Motorola’s MOTOTRBO portfolio and systems architecture, has been involved in developing and implementing some of New Zealand’s largest digital mobile radio solutions, and is a passionate advocate for the future of digital radio communications.
Dunthorne, is a leading radio systems engineer and digital mobile radio specialist, has been in the industry for nine years.
Singh says Dunthorne has been an early adopter of Motorola’s OTA programming and radio management tools and works closely on both pre- and post-sales engineering requirements for customers.