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Cedar Point Hires Wray West

Wray West, founder of Indus River Networks, named VP of systems engineering at Cedar Point Communications

January 7, 2003

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DERRY, N.H. -- Cedar Point Communications, Inc., a leader in packet-based voice switching development for the cable industry, announced today the naming of veteran voice and data networking executive and entrepreneur Wray West as Vice President, Systems Engineering.West, who will be responsible for integration of Cedar Point products into carrier operations, joined Cedar Point January 1 after five years as founder and chief technology officer of Indus River Networks, an Acton, MA-based leader in Virtual Private Networks technology. Indus River Networks was acquired by Enterasys Networks in January, 2001, in a deal valued at $170 million.“One of the most important steps we took at Cedar Point was to recognize the value of bringing together voice and data experts to develop an open, standards based, next generation voice switching solution that works for cable system operators,” said Mark Galvin, founder and chairman of Cedar Point Communications. “Wray West brings extensive expertise in both areas to our team, as well as a track record of success in entrepreneurial ventures.”Cedar Point Communications Inc.

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