Ronald A. Dixon is the founder of CableLAN Technologies, Inc., He actively manages the day-to-day operations of the company. Ron is the Principal-in-Charge of all projects undertaken by CableLAN Technologies and he is ultimately responsible for each project’s successful completion.
Ron has a diverse technical background spanning over 32 years of telecommunications network design, installation and maintenance of both active hardware and related infrastructure components in both secure and non-secure environments. He built his technical foundation serving six years of active duty in the United States Navy’s Advanced Electronics Program.
Technology Infrastructure Design Project Experience
Ron is a Bicsi® Certified Registered Communications Distribution Designer with over 18 years’ experience providing innovative solutions to the design, integration and implementation of technology infrastructures in Design/Build and Design/Bid/Build projects.
Technology Infrastructure Build Project Management and Supervisory Experience
Ron is a hands-on dynamic professional with demonstrated capacity to effectively manage a variety of complex network infrastructure projects ensuring that all requirements and deliverables are met on time and on budget. Excellent ability to develop client rapport and assess client needs. He is experienced at defining project specifications, establishing project goals and deliverables, and communicating objectives to inter-disciplinary project teams.
He has successfully managed technology infrastructure build projects spanning from a single department to small businesses to large enterprises in the commercial and government sectors.
Professional Licenses and Certifications:
Registered Communication Distribution Designer (RCDD) - 1998
Network Technology Systems Designer (NTS) - 1999
Master Electrician Limited, Prince George’s County, Maryland, 1992
Master Restricted Electrician, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, 1995
Master Electrician Restricted, Baltimore County, Maryland, 1999
Master Electrician Specialist, Washington, DC, 1999