CEO and Board Member, and Acting VP of Finance (BS), has over
30 years of related telecommunications experience, including
CEO of Cable & Wireless USA, where he ran a profitable company
with $1.5 billion in revenue and 2000 employees. His mergers
and acquisition experience includes the purchase of MCI’s
Internet business while at C&W, and more recently, the sale
of the assets of Nx Networks to NSG (prior to joining NSG),
and the subsequent purchase of the assets of Advanced Switching
Communications (ASC). His prior experiences also include launching
a prepaid calling company and an international long distance
King, Founder, President
and Chairman of the Board (Ph.D., BSEE, CEng., MIEE) has over
20 years experience in the data communications industry at senior
management level. In 1981, he was co-founder and Managing Director
of Cybermation Ltd., a U.K.-based engineering company specializing
in software and hardware development of data communications
and data security products. In 1985 Cybermation Ltd. was acquired
by Dynatech Corporation, and he was subsequently moved to the
U.S. to become World-Wide V.P. of Engineering and Chief Technologist.
At Dynatech he was responsible for the development of a new
range of high performance "CPX" X.25 and Frame Relay
packet switching products that generated in excess of $150 million
in world-wide sales. In 1991 he left Dynatech to form Network
Services Group and started the acquisition strategy of the company.
||Dave Parker, Director International Sales and Operations, has spent more than 30 years in technology related businesses. Starting out in the Defence industry as an electronics engineer working for Plessey, GEC and Racal, he made the move into commercial data and voice communications in the late 80s as a customer and project engineer for European system Integrator Telindus. In 1997 he moved to Netrix Corporation to manage international customer service, growing a multi-million dollar revenue stream providing manufacturer and Value Added Reseller services to Netrix equipment users worldwide. On the acquisition of Netrix (latterly known as Nx Networks) by NSGDatacom in 2002, he took on his current position and established NSGDatacom's International Sales and Support office based in Ascot UK. From this office he now manages European, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific territories.
||Emerson Deitz, VP of Business Development, has well over 25 years experience with Manufacturing, Operations and Supply Chain Management, with a focus on New Product Introduction and Production efficiencies for a number of advanced technology companies. Starting out in Engineering services, product distribution, and Contract Manufacturing in the early 1980's, he has ramped the production start-up and product introductions of companies such as VDO Yazaki Corporation, Ciena Corporation, Advanced Switching Communications, Vinci Systems, Tellabs, and Entourage Systems to name a few. He has worked both from the perspective of the EMS provider as well as the OEM/ODM and with manufacturing facilities from small, local providers to some of the largest worldwide EMS providers such as Foxconn and Jabil Circuits.