Our Technical Team

Our Multithread team has an impressive portfolio of qualifications:

Multithread’s two senior staff each have a Masters Degree – one an M.Sc in Electronic System Design and the other an M.Eng in MicroElectronics and Software Engineering. Within the team are five certified MikroTik Consultants, two Ubiquiti Carrier Wireless Admins and Enterprise Wireless Admins, two Ruckus Wireless Solutions Engineers (WiSE) and one MikroTik and Ubiquiti Certified Trainer.

  • Richard Gould

    Founder & Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

    Richard has an MSc in Electronic Systems Design a practical background in hardware and software...

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  • Nick Shore

    Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

    Nick started programming at the age of 11 on a Sinclair ZX80. He went on to attain an MEng in Microelectronics...

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  • Andy Powell

    Lead Developer

    Andy Powell likes computers...

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  • Koyn Snowden-Jackson

    Operations Manager

    Koyn holds a BSc in Computer Systems & Networking, obtained from Plymouth University, which included...

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  • Chris Hasell

    Technical Sales Engineer & Trainer

    Since joining Multithread Consultants in 2015 Chris has added the UEWA, UBWA, MTCNA, MTCRE, MTCTCE,...

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  • Jake Lamb

    Technical Sales Engineer

    Jake sees his role within Multithread as an opportunity to help clients discover how expanding and...

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  • Frazer Last

    Technical Sales Engineer

    Following on from his IT Support role, he became an IT & Network Support Technician at Ormiston...

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Customer Feedback

“Ron was incredibly helpful and saved us from what would have been a very shouty customer.

Please pass my thanks onto Ron, knowing we have support like that available from you guys is why we use MikroTik kit.”

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