29 June 2017
| Natalie Bannerman
David Meyers has been named as non-executive director and chair of Digital Mobile Spectrum Limited (DMSL).
DMSL which operates as joint venture between all UK mobile
network operators, appointed Meyer following the death of his
predecessor Andrew Pinder.
"I look forward to supporting and helping guide DMSL," said
Meyer. "Andrew created a unique organisation that delivers
vital support to TV viewers. I seek to help DMSL develop, and
to continue its major contribution to making the best and most
efficient use of UK spectrum. I’ve no doubt the
strong team in the company will also continue to ensure the
least amount of disruption to existing users."
Meyer has a background in
consulting, covering cyber and technology issues for public and
private sector clients. In 2010, Meyer appointed to chief
information officer at the Foreign & Commonwealth
Prior to that, Meyer served in the British Army as a Royal
Signals officer from 1978 to 2010, ending his military career
as deputy chief information officer in the MOD.
DMSL CEO, Ben Roome, said spoke on the new appointment
saying: "David brings in-depth knowledge and significant
leadership experience of working with stakeholders in UK
spectrum. All of us at DMSL are excited by David’s
appointment and look forward to supporting him in his new
Digital Mobile Spectrum Limited,