About us

Meet the management and founders behind tomorrow's IoT technology. 

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Michael De Nil

CO-FOUNDER & DIGITAL DESIGN
Michael played a key role in the digital chip development of the 802.11 Wi-Fi chips found in most modern smart phones. 10 years experience in low-power digital IC design at imec and Broadcom before founding Morse Micro.

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Andrew Terry

CO-FOUNDER & RF DESIGN
Andy led designs for the Wi-Fi radios in most modern smart phones. Winner of Broadcom President's award for pioneering on-chip signal integrity work. 15+ years RF chip design experience. Worked at Wolfson, Dialog, and Broadcom before founding Morse Micro.

 
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Prof. Neil Weste

VP OF ENGINEERING
20 years experience in Wi-Fi. Founder of Radiata, which produced the world's first Wi-Fi 802.11a chip in Australia, before being acquired by Cisco. Author of textbook "Principles of CMOS VLSI Design."

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Gordon Foyster

VP OF SYSTEM
Stanford masters, pioneer of radio technology at Austech, Radiata and more. Co-founder of ultra low power radio company Taggle for metering applications, which has been deployed in countless devices in Australia alone.

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Kevin Daly

VP SALES & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
30-years of counselling global customers in wired and wireless communications industries. Strategic sales positions at National Semi, LSI Logic, Broadcom and ANSYS before joining Morse Micro.

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Dr. Dave Goodall

MAC & STANDARDS EXPERT
Expert in IEEE 802.11 standards and active contributor to Wi-Fi Alliance. 20+ years in Wi-Fi at Radiata, Cisco, G2 Microsystems and Broadcom before joining Morse Micro.

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Dr. John O'Sullivan

PRINCIPAL SCIENTIST
Radio astronomy pioneer and co-inventor on the patent behind Wi-Fi. Recipient of numerous awards including the Prime Minister’s award for science and IEEE consumer electronic award.

 
 

And the team that supports them today in reinventing tomorrow: