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Transmode Appoints New Execs

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STOCKHOLM -- Transmode, a global supplier of packet optical networking solutions, today announced that it has recruited Johan Wilsby to be its new CFO. Johan will be part of the management team and report to CEO Karl Thedéen after he takes up the position in the second quarter of 2013. Johan Wilsby joins Transmode from Hewlett-Packard where he was most recently Director Finance & Administration of the operations for Nordic and Baltics. He has a master's degree from the Stockholm School of Economics and has extensive experience from senior positions in finance in the IT sector. Prior to joining Hewlett-Packard in 2007, he worked for Microsoft from 1994, where he was Director Finance & Administration for Western Europe from 2004 to 2007. In a separate release: STOCKHOLM -- Transmode, a global supplier of packet optical networking solutions, today announced that it has recruited Ingrid Nordmark to be its new Vice President Research and Development. Ingrid will be part of the company's management team and report to CEO Karl Thedéen after she takes up her position on the first of April. Ingrid Nordmark joins Transmode from Ericsson, where for the last six years she has primarily been responsible for the development of Ericsson's LTE portfolio, the fourth generation of mobile systems. As part of that mission, she established and built up the entire global product organization for the development and maintenance of LTE products. Ingrid has a Master's degree in Science from the Institute of Technology at Linköping University and has over 20 years of experience from R&D in Telecom and IT from companies including Ericsson, Celsius Tech and Teleplan. At Ericsson since 1995, she has built up a solid knowledge of mobile systems through management positions in product development of GSM, WCDMA and recently as head of LTE development. Transmode Systems AB

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