Who's Coming

Tony Freeth

Old enough that 20 years developing technologies for workspace infrastructure is only half his career, Tony Freeth still likes, in the words of Tracey Kidder*, to “fly upside down”. From first designs of an appliance platform for shared space in 1998 (Medusa), Tony and colleagues have been developing and testing the latest ideas ever since, evolving from bandwidth control through wifi to current experiments in presence tracking and re-configurable spaces.

Particularly obsessed about where the physical working environment meets the digital world, he also admits to a small obsession to knock down internal office walls wherever he finds them.

Tony is always looking to work alongside and assist innovators, particularly those exploring concepts of user experience, membership metrics, identity tokens, or marketing automation.