OUR Team

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Trevor Pangbourne

Trevor Pangbourne

Managing Director / Technical Consultant

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I began my career as a radio technician at Victoria Communications. With a passion for all things technical, it wasn’t long before I moved into the role of Service Manager. The real step change came after 9 years at Dematic and meeting Mark McCarter. We spoke extensively about starting our own IT Consultancy and in 2008 NetWireless was born. Today, we are fortunate to have the freedom to explore and create better solutions for our customers. Since Mark's retirement in 2020, NetWireless has continued to grow and we now offer additional security services. I am always open to chat to our clients and potential clients about how we can meet their needs. I am also extremely proud of our team of engineers and our achievements.

On a personal note, I’m a true blue member of the Carlton Football Club featuring in their long term member profiles.

Peter Blazey

Wireless Engineer

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I am currently studying a Cert IV in Cyber Security at Box Hill Institute. Upon completion, I intend to study for an Advanced Diploma in Computer Systems Engineering at RMIT.

My favourite part of the job so far is working on-site with the clients and equipment, troubleshooting and problem solving. What excites me most about the industry is the new innovations occurring every day. Cloud networking is getting rapidly more advanced and it makes our jobs much more efficient and the service quality better.

Bryce Gorian

Mobility Engineer / Solutions Architect

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A typical working day for me involves engaging with our customers to deliver high-level technical solutions. NetWireless are vendor independent which means I formulate solutions across a wide range of wireless products including Aruba, Cisco, Ekahau, Ruckas and Cambium. I thoroughly enjoy visiting client sites to audit and improve client networks and configurations.

I am very passionate about technology, it’s a game changer regardless of your socio-economic status. I have volunteered in Africa, namely Tanzania and Kenya but also in Europe (Romania) and closer to home in Vietnam working with schools to set up their wireless infrastructure which enables people from lower socio-economic demographics to gain the same technological advantages as Australian children.