Louis Lambert appointed CEO of 6Harmonics: Leading Innovation in Rugged Communication & Computing Solutions

6Harmonics Announces the Appointment of Louis Lambert as CEO

Ottawa, June 6th, 2024 – 6Harmonics, a leading provider of innovative rugged communication and computing solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of Louis Lambert as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. This announcement comes as the company is about to release two new game-changing product platforms.

Louis brings extensive experience and a proven track record of success in the technology sector. His expertise in strategic leadership and passion for innovation make him the perfect fit to lead 6Harmonics into its next phase of growth and development.

“We are thrilled to welcome Louis as our new CEO,” said Steve Kovacic, Chairperson of the Board at 6Harmonics. “Louis’s visionary leadership and deep industry knowledge will be invaluable as we continue to expand our product offerings and enhance our market presence. We are confident that his leadership will drive 6H to new heights of success.”

Louis has held several key executive and board positions throughout his career, demonstrating a consistent ability to drive growth and operational excellence. His leadership philosophy focuses on fostering innovation, empowering teams, and delivering exceptional value to customers.

“I am honored and excited to move into the CEO role, leading our outstanding team,” said Louis Lambert. “6H is innovating with flexible radio technology to cover a wide range of spectrum, with its first product in TVWS, as an ideal replacement for the overcrowded 900MHz band. 6H is also innovating with a Rugged Edge Computing and Communication platform to serve industrial markets such as Mining, O&G, and others”. – also said Lambert.

With this change, 6H is poised and determined to continue its trajectory of innovation and leadership in the development of a new breed of high-quality products and services that empower clients and drive industry transformation.