Cameron possesses decades of experience selling technology solutions to enterprises, communications service providers and governments globally, building successful sales and business development operations and driving new customer acquisition. He previously served as president of Practics, Inc. where he advised companies in the wireless, IoT and digital security industries, including Actility, providing go-to-market strategies, business development guidance, and other professional services.
“The addition of Von Cameron will help further establish Actility as a global leader in industrial IoT solutions in key vertical sectors such as logistics and supply chain, Smart Cities, energy and more, facilitating our growth in the U.S. in particular,” said Mike Mulica, CEO of Actility. “Von’s expertise in the IoT space and broader mobile industry will be invaluable to our efforts.”
Since 2010, Actility has been pioneering the fundamental technology that led to the operating framework of LoRaWAN™ and was a founding member at the launch of the LoRa Alliance in 2015. Today, Actility is the driving force behind a full suite of LPWA IoT software that serves the world’s largest service providers, solution providers and enterprises in capturing the full benefit of IoT’s explosive growth potential.
Cameron has served in senior executive roles at leading technology companies throughout his career, including senior vice president of worldwide sales at Narus Inc., executive vice president at Smith Micro Software, senior vice president of worldwide sales at Fox Technologies, vice president of sales at Openwave Systems, and vice president of business development at Oracle.
“I have worked closely with Mike and his team for the past year in a consulting role and fully appreciate the tremendous value proposition that Actility brings to IoT deployments,” said Cameron. “Having already established a strong presence with key partners such as Comcast and Cisco, I look forward to expanding our IoT integration in the U.S. and the rest of the Americas.”