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TMCNet:  On-Ramp Wireless Names Brad Wallace as VP of Operations

[December 03, 2012]

On-Ramp Wireless Names Brad Wallace as VP of Operations

Dec 03, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- On-Ramp Wireless, developer of wireless solutions for energy automation and M2M communications, welcomed Brad Wallace to the team as Vice President of Operations.

According to a release, Wallace will leverage nearly 30 years of experience in high-tech and wireless business operations management to further develop On-Ramp's solutions and optimize their performance.

Prior to joining On-Ramp Wireless, the company noted, Wallace co-founded MicroPower Technologies, an EvoNexus Incubator company that develops wireless surveillance solutions, where he also served as COO and CFO. While at MicroPower, he drove operations and strategic planning for the company, and was instrumental in developing key relationships with hardware and software component suppliers.

Earlier in his career, Wallace served as the Director of Operations / Finance for Intel's New Business Investments, where he built businesses in Bluetooth products and media centers, developed key ODM relationships for OEMs using Intel reference designs and processors, and also directed supply chain / outsource manufacturing strategy. Wallace has also served as COO for Archos North America, where he increased quarterly revenues as much as 85 percent while reducing inventories by 80 percent and increasing the market presence of the company's MP3 and MP4 products. Wallace was also successful as the Director of Operations for Sonoma Systems, where he led both in-house and outsourced manufacturing solutions.

OAs a key member of the Executive Management team, Brad plays a strategic role for our company where he will direct and guide operations to ensure effective management and profitable growth consistent with ORW's business objectives and goals," said Kevin Hell, president and CEO of On-Ramp Wireless. "I look forward to working closely with Brad to lead On-Ramp into its next phase of growth and innovation." More information: www.onrampwireless.com ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com))

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