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Henrik Krogh Møller joins GateHouse Telecom

GateHouse Telecom, the Danish satcom waveform and test tool leader, strengthens its software developer team announcing Henrik Krogh Møller, 49, as the company’s new Senior Software Developer.

Henrik Krogh Møller brings more than two decades’ experience from the telecom industry including positions at Bosch Telecoms, Siemens Mobile Phones and senior roles at Intel. Henrik Krogh Møller has developed a strong skill set in development of software systems for mobile phones and PC For years Henrik Krogh Møller worked with platform development and customized solutions provided to major mobile phone manufacturers.

In his new position at GateHouse Telecom, Henrik Krogh Møller will help strengthen the company’s core products and services, which is primarily BGAN waveforms and test tools for satcom terminals. In addition, he will also help develop new and innovative solutions for LEO satellites and the growing smallsat market, which GateHouse Telecom is planning on entering in the near future.

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