Carnegie Technologies Adds Mobile Industry Veterans to Management Team
NEW FOCUS ON NETWORK CONVERGENCE PLATFORM AND UBIQUITOUS CONNECTIVITY BRINGS POWERHOUSE OF HUMAN CAPITAL
Austin, TX (December 13, 2016) – Carnegie Technologies, developers of the Network Convergence Platform for mobile network operators, wireline carriers, Internet service providers and smart car manufacturers, announced today that it has added four mobile and telecommunications industry veterans to its senior management team to help drive the company through its rebranding, acquisition strategy and go-to-market launch.
Peter Feldman has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Technology Officer, bringing with him 25 years of experience in the networking industry. Peter has held numerous executive positions, including Vice President of Engineering at AT&T Wi-Fi Services, Wayport and Nomadix. He has also help development and leadership roles at Xircom. While at AT&T, Peter was responsible for the development, design and operation of the largest Wi-Fi Hotspot Network in North America.
Paul Struhsaker joins as Chief Technology Officer of Carnegie Labs, the new research and development division of Carnegie Technologies. Paul waspreviously CTO of Dell’s Client Solutions Group where he was responsible for technology strategy, innovation pipeline, technology incubation, and thought leadership. Paul’s other roles included SVP Software Engineering at Comcast NBC Universal, VP of Engineering at Cable Vision Systems, VP Silicon Platform at Motorola PCS, and CTO Broadband at Texas Instruments. He was also a founder and CTO of two successful startups: Wi-Fi innovation leader Aironet Wireless (acquired by Cisco) and 4G wireless innovator Raze Technologies.
Kurt Bauer joins the company as Managing Director of Global Sales and Business Development with great depth and experience in the mobile industry. Kurt was President and CEO of Nomadix, which provided public access networking technology, and President and CEO of One Llama Labs, which provides real-time adaptive learning and audio intelligence to wearables, mobile devices, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Matt Hovis joins the company as Chief Marketing Officer with 20 years of experience delivering award-winning creative solutions and digital products for some of the best-known brands in the world including BMW, Microsoft, HBO and Formula 1. Prior to joining Carnegie Technologies, Matt was the Vice-President of Brand, Marketing and Communication at M87, a mobile-software company specializing in device-to-device networking and working with industry leading companies like Qualcomm, Google, AT&T and T-Mobile.
“We are so pleased and honored to have these four exceptional and seasoned individuals join our management team,” said Paul Posner, chief executive officer of Carnegie Technologies. “Peter, Paul, Kurt and Matt add a level of human capital which is really exciting for us and for the industry at large as they will be instrumental in helping us deliver truly ubiquitous connectivity to mobile users across the globe.”
The Carnegie Technologies Network Convergence Platform delivers ubiquitous access across Wi-Fi and cellular networks, expanding the pool of data and voice capacity for mobile operators, wireline carriers and internet service providers to add wireless services to their offerings and supports new applications and business models that rely on access anywhere.
The Network Convergence Platform improves customer experiences while supporting new revenue streams - all without capital expenditures. Its products and solutions deliver the critical factors for success: a smooth user experience with our industry leading Hi-Fi Voice™ and Rich Messaging applications with True Gapless Handover, Bandwidth Aggregation and Wireless Access Manager.
“This is about changing the industry as we know it when it comes to true network convergence and an always-connected world,” added Posner. “We’ve spared no expense in attracting the highest quality talent and intellectual capital that will make a lasting impression on the industry.”