Wireless and Telecommunications Experts

If there is one thing you can count on in wireless and telecommunications, it’s change. No matter the size of your business, your place in the market or your plans for the future, you will need talent in order to remain competitive.

One of the most exciting changes on the horizon is the rollout of 5G technology, which will continue to facilitate the growth of IoT, autonomous vehicles, mobile media and more. The telecom practice of Global Network Recruiting focuses on matching dynamic businesses with the transformational Executive Leadership needed to take advantage of new opportunities and lead their markets.

GNR is a leader among wireless and telecommunications recruiting firms. With two decades of experience, our wireless telecom executive recruiters help clients overcome challenges, achieve strategic goals and emerge as market leaders. Trust the wireless and telecommunications practice of GNR to fill your most critical and challenging roles.

Industry Segments

GNR’s dedicated wireless and telecommunications team recruits for key-critical, professional, managerial and executive talent for organizations in the following areas:

  • Wi-Fi 6 and 5G – The increased speed and responsiveness of wireless networks are helping industries and individuals to navigate situations in real-time.
  • Artificial Intelligence – AI assistants can streamline and automate mundane customer service and sales tasks.
  • Automotive/Transport – Cutting-edge automotive technology allows drivers and passengers to experience enhanced performance, comfort and convenience.
  • Big Data Analytics – Across analytics, business intelligence, data science, and machine learning, organizations will leverage augmented analytics to enable more people to gain insights from data.
  • Cloud Services – As technological advancement increases, capacity and compute power will have to increase as well to meet future demand.
  • Construction – Cell tower operators and Service Providers expanding cell towers, small cells and miles of fiber across most of the biggest cities in the US.
  • Consumer Electronics – From speakers that can play streamed digital music without wires, to smart doorbells that enable homeowners to see everything happening outside of their front door, smart home devices intended to make the average household more convenient, entertaining, and safe.
  • Cybersecurity – Data breaches continue to be reported as the biggest cybersecurity concern, and this is likely to continue for as long as personal data remains a valuable black market commodity.
  • Device Hardware/Software – Lots of momentum in the SD-WAN area as large numbers of companies need secure access to cloud applications. The dispersal of connectivity – the growth of multi-cloud networking – will force many businesses to re-tool their networks in favor of SD-WAN technology.
  • Digital Commerce/Finance – A headless commerce platform is going to be the best way for businesses to improve their omnichannel experiences and also deliver promotions and content more quickly and easily than ever before.
  • Digital Identity/Authentication – Zero trust takes center stage, in which network insiders and outsiders are treated as posing equal levels of risk. Instead of relying only on preset permissions, rules or roles, zero trust systems monitor user behaviors and allow access based on perceived risk levels.
  • Enterprise & Business IT – While the first phase of digital transformation focused on big data, mobility, new applications and ubiquitous connectivity, the next wave will incorporate even more cutting-edge technologies like machine learning, AI, advanced robotics, wearables, autonomous devices and automation into enterprise and consumer ecosystems.
  • Gaming – Streaming, It’s never been easier to explore how streaming and community gaming can be further integrated into the gaming experience.
  • Health/Fitness/Wellbeing – Expect more people to equip their homes with high-tech exercise equipment. More people will choose to work out with virtual training programs.
  • IoT – Wireless sensing and advanced location tracking technologies are expected to become more relevant, especially as 5G cellular connectivity enables new capabilities.
  • MNO/MVNO – Five key technology enablers will expand opportunities for MVNOs: e-SIM, NFV and SDN, AI, Blockchain, Edge Computing.
  • Network Infrastructure – All-inclusive multi-domain networks – blending typically siloed domains across the enterprise and cloud to the wide-area network is getting easier.
  • Network Security – Cloud security is another important issue. Companies will reap additional value by enhancing the security of cloud environments in Azure, AWS and Google Cloud Platform.
  • OSS/BSS – The network operators are transforming their traditional OSS and BSS to meet the increasing demand for better service assurance in the telecom sector, to reduce the OPEX, and to meet the higher service delivery standards.
  • Satellite – Navigating the next frontier of connectivity.
  • Semiconductors – 5G, cloud data centers, edge computing, IoT, IIoT, smart cities, and fully autonomous vehicles rely on advanced semiconductors.
  • Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality – AR users freeing the constraints of current headsets — bulky head-worn hardware — in favor of more robust wireless solutions. Enabling AR headsets to connect to 5G cellular networks anywhere, developers will choose to focus on its new Wi-Fi capabilities to improve mobility indoors.

Focusing on Disciplines including…

  • Account/Finance
  • Engineering
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing & Operations
  • Marketing & Communications
  • Professional Services
  • Project/Program Management
  • Quality Assurance
  • Regulatory & Compliance
  • Sales & Business Development
  • Supply Chain & Logistics

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