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About Us

Who we are

6Harmonics, is a leading developer of rugged communication and computing platforms. With its roots in rugged outdoor UHF Broadband, 6H continues to innovate with a rugged UHF broadband platform. 6H also innovates with a new category of industrial-grade Rugged Edge Computing and communication platforms.

Leadership Team

Louis Lambert

Louis Lambert,
Chief Executive Officer |

Leslie Gower

Leslie Gower,
Chief Financial Officer |

Alex Miller

Alex Miller,
Vice President Engineering |

Jim Carlson

Jim Carlson,
Vice President Radio Engineering
|


Board of Directors

Stephen J. Kovacic

Stephen J. Kovacic, Chairman of the Board |

Stephen was called to the Bar of Ontario and Massachusetts in 2006 following a 15+ year career in
engineering and research. He is currently Registered Counsel in California.
Stephen has held a variety of engineering, management, and board positions in the semiconductor industry,
including consultancy and venture capital. He was previously a board member serving the C2Mi and currently
serves on the board of other start-up companies.
In addition to serving as Chair of the Board for 6Harmonics, Stephen is Director at Skyworks Solutions Inc
that innovates analog semiconductors for aerospace, automotive, broadband, cellular infrastructure,
connected home, industrial, medical, military, smartphone, tablet and wearable markets.


Louis Lambert

Louis Lambert, Director |

With over 30 years in the telecom industry and the last two decades in industrial telecom, Louis has excelled at working with operators to understand their challenges and develop with them the solution requirements for the immediate and long-term evolution of these solutions. Louis has a long history of customer-facing responsibilities and customer advocacy, ensuring his organization translates customer requirements into solutions and services that delight customers and ecosystem partners. Louis has spent most of his career and volunteer time guiding companies and industries to evolve and position themselves for growth and prosperity. Louis’ experience comes from working at Alcatel, Lucent, Coppercom, Xylan, and Paradyne.

As Chief Revenue Officer of 6Harmonics, Louis leads the company toward its vision, drives innovative solutions and growth, and ensures that the organization is well-positioned to succeed in providing high value to its customers, ecosystem partners, and stakeholders. Louis also advises industrial vendors and serves on the boards of AIOT Canada, as well as previously served on the boards of ENTELEC and CIPS.


Robert Simmonds

Robert Simmonds, Director |

Robert C. Simmonds is internationally regarded as a leading wireless communications engineer and mobile
spectrum authority and has played a key role in the development of Canada’s mobile spectrum policies for
more than 30 years.
Robert has been a director of BCE and Bell Canada since May 2011. He is currently Chair of Lenbrook
Corporation, a national distributor of electronics components and radio products, which he founded in 1977.
He is also Chair of the Mobile and Personal Communications Committee of the Radio Advisory Board of Canada,
a body that provides unbiased and technically expert advice to the federal Department of Innovation, Science
and Economic Development.
From 1985 until 2000, Robert served as Chairman of Clearnet Communications Inc., a Canadian wireless
competitor that launched two revolutionary digital mobile networks. He is also a past Chair of the Canadian
Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA).
A laureate and member of Canada’s Telecommunications Hall of Fame and recipient of the Engineering Medal for
Entrepreneurship from Professional Engineers Ontario, Robert earned his B.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering at
the University of Toronto. In recognition of his contribution to the industry, he became a Fellow of the
Wireless World Research Forum, an organization dedicated to long-term research in the wireless industry, in
October 2013. In 2019, Robert was inducted into the Engineering Alumni Hall of Distinction of the University
of Toronto.


Ron Vered

Ron Vered, P.Eng., Director |

Ron Vered is a Co-Owner and Executive Chairman of Arnon Corporation and of Ron Eastern Construction Ltd. Arnon Corporation and its affiliates own and manage
real estate. RECL is a General Contractor and Construction Manager.
Via R. V. Holdings Corp., his personal holding company, Ron has been instrumental in the creation and the
ongoing development of several early stage companies.
Ron has served on several volunteer boards including Teaching Hospitals, Research Institutes and Community
Foundations.


Lawrence Weinstein

Lawrence Weinstein, LLB, Corporate Secretary |

Lawrence was called to the bar in 1983 and co-founded LaBarge Weinstein LLP in 1997 after serving as Partner at
Soloway Wright LLP and working at Blakes.
Lawrence has sat on boards and acted as secretary at many technology start-ups, facilitating successful exits
via acquisitions by public North American technology companies. Since 2011, Lawrence has consulted in
residential and commercial real estate development at Urbandale Corporation in Ottawa, where he owns 50% of the
business.


Advisors

Patrick DiPietro, Advisor

Patrick DiPietro, Advisor |

Patrick DiPietro brings 40 years of telecom technology and investment management experience and sits on several technology company boards.
Before retiring to focus on governance, Patrick was Senior Vice President of the Integration Management Office at Infinera, a role he held since October 2018 following Infinera’s acquisition of Coriant. Coriant was a telecom technology company where Patrick served as Chief Executive Officer and Chair of the Board.
From 2012-2018, Patrick served as Group President Telecom at Los Angeles firm Marlin Equity Partners, where he served on technology company boards, helping them create value for customers and investors prior to exits.
From 2001 to 2011, Patrick served as Managing Partner at VG Partners, where he oversaw the company’s Technology Fund. As a venture capitalist, he managed a portfolio of more than 20 start-up companies and sat on numerous boards, including Sandvine, SiGe Semiconductor, Continuous Computing, BTI Systems, Neterion and BelAir Networks.
Prior to VG Partners, Patrick was Vice President at Nortel, where he launched several highly successful networking products. Patrick has also held senior management roles at leading technology companies, such as Bell Northern Research.
Patrick earned a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Queen's University and has completed master’s courses in Telecommunications Management from Carleton University.