Industry veterans join the AirHop team, strengthening the company's leadership position in self-organized networking

September 14, 2009

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SAN DIEGO -- AirHop Communications, a developer of systems software that enables the deployment of high performance and highly differentiated 4G wireless networks, announced the close of a $1 million financing from a syndicate of wireless industry luminaries and the addition of several industry veterans to its management team. The company also announced several additions to its board of directors (see separate release).

“We are pleased to have attracted not only this investment, but stellar additions to our management team,” said Yan Hui, founder and CEO of AirHop Communications. “We are now poised to extend our lead in solving the challenges of deploying 4G networks with self-organized networking (SON), inter-cell coordination, real-time provisioning, and efficient frequency reuse.”

In a separate release:

SAN DIEGO -- AirHop Communications, a developer of systems software that enables the deployment of high performance and highly differentiated 4G wireless networks, announced the appointments of Stephen Diamond as chairman of the board and Adrian Nemcek as a new member of the board of directors. Additionally, John McDonough joins as a board observer and advisor.

The company also announced today a $1 million strategic financing and an expansion of its management team (see separate press release).

“Attracting industry leaders of this caliber to our Board of Directors is a solid endorsement of our approach to solving the challenges of deploying 4G networks,” said Yan Hui, founder and CEO of AirHop Communications. “With the help of our board and advisors, we expect to extend our lead in developing solutions for self-organized networking (SON), inter-cell coordination, real-time provisioning and efficient frequency reuse.”

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