CEO and Co-Founder, Rethink Technology Research
Peter White has been involved in technology since 1978 and is now the CEO of Rethink Technology Research and helped create the company in 2002.
Peter focuses his research on video and all the technologies which allow it to traverse digital networks. He has consulted with set top and home gateway manufacturers, encoder specialists, chip vendors, flash memory providers, security companies and TV UI specialists over the past 15 years. His coverage area takes in recommendation systems, VoD servers, OTT enablers, content metadata, natural language search, LCD and OLED panels, WiFi and underlying broadband technologies such as DOCSIS, ADSL, G.Fast, G.hn and fiber. So it goes from chips and hardware, through to software and the cloud, and it is everything that relates to video, from glass (the camera) to glass (the screen).
Peter is the principal analyst on Faultline, a digital media research service offered by Rethink Technology Research. He also works with Thomas Flanagan on its research arm Rethink TV.
If you want to email Peter, ask him a question or invite him to attend or speak at an event, then please email [email protected]
Research Director & Co-Founder, Rethink Technology Research
Caroline left the Dutch publishing and research conglomerate VNU, at the top of the organization, as European Editorial Director in 2002, to help create Rethink Technology Research.
She has been explaining technology to people for almost 30 years and has conducted research assignments for most of the major businesses in the sector including The European Commission, Intel, LightSquared, Vodafone, Amdocs, the Small Cell Forum, the Wireless Broadband Alliance, Ofcom as well as start-ups like SpiderCloud, Deltenna and BLiNQ Networks.
She has also partnered with other analyst groups in joint projects including RealWireless, the Yankee Group, Maravedis and ArcChart.
The irony is that while Caroline works in a subject very much of the future, she studied History at Oxford University, although she always makes it clear that history has a habit of repeating itself, even within technology.
Caroline has spoken and chaired many conferences and is a well- known and respected figure within the LTE and 5G community.
She operates as the company’s Research Director and is expert in all forms of Wireless communication and has edited our research service Wireless Watch, since its inception in 2002 and leads our RAN Research forecasts and also finds time to conduct consulting assignments for a wide variety of wireless businesses.
If you want to email Caroline, ask her a question or invite her to attend or speak at an event, then please email her at [email protected] and we will forward it to her.
Alex Davies is the Editor of Riot (Rethink IoT) and and Senior Analyst on Riot Research. He has been at Rethink Technology Research for three years and has a particular interest in LPWANs, machine-learning, and autonomous vehicles. Alex likes a glass-half-full view of the IoT – with the technology as the core focus, but with a keen eye on business cases and practicalities.
Alex began his Rethink career writing for Faultline, focusing on UHD, 4K, HDR, and delivery networks. He also contributes to Wireless Watch. As part of Riot, Alex produces the monthly research papers, forecasts, and the M&A databases.
Alex attended the University of Southampton, and holds an MA English Literary Studies (Merit). You can reach him at [email protected]
John has been with the company since February 2015 and is Rethink’s Head of Sales and Marketing.
John works with two of Rethink’s publications, ‘Wireless Watch’ and ‘Riot’, he also works with the research brands ‘RAN Research’ and ‘Riot Research’. Working closely with operators, vendors and manufacturers in the wireless, telecoms and IoT industries.
John studied Civil Engineering at Coventry University and moved into IT, providing hardware, software and network support, moving into projects and then operations, moving into B2B sales with an IBM business partner, certified with Citrix, Cisco, VmWare, Microsoft, IBM and HP.
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John can be reached at [email protected]
Thomas ‘Tommy’ Flanagan primarily writes about disruptive technologies and industry trends in OTT video and broadband – covered in-depth on a weekly basis in our renowned publication Faultline Online Reporter. Tommy also carries out market research and forecasts in the OTT sector, with a keen eye for emerging markets.
Tommy can be reached at [email protected]
Jack’s remit is in market analysis and forecasting. Jack enjoys tracking emerging trends in technology and mapping their business outlook – he is the main analyst behind Riot Research. Having just finished grappling with the topic of LPWAN, he will now be researching connected cars. He contributes articles to Riot, our IoT and enterprise service.
Jack joined Rethink after completing a degree at Loughborough University in Politics and Economics, which gave him insights into the perpetual state of flux; markets; institutions; politics and companies are constantly in.
Jack can be reached at [email protected]
Roz joined the company in July 2015, and is Rethink’s Client Services Manager. She handles cash-flow, subscriptions and marketing.
Roz previously spent over a decade in office management within the construction and surveying industries.
In her spare time, Roz is the Chairperson of her local branch of a national charity.
Roz can be reached at [email protected]
Publisher & Sr Consultant
Joining Rethink by way of Rider Research (Information Express in Europe), Simon is the publisher of Wireless Watch, the Rethink TV report series and the recently merged weekly bulletin, ‘Faultline Online Reporter.’ Experience working on such titles as Unigram.X, The Online Reporter, Unix News, Computergram and Client Server News, have taught him that more than ever, successful players in the ‘Telecom, Media, Technology’ industry need concise, actionable intelligence written and researched by real journalists and analysts.
Simon can be reached at [email protected]