James Salter, CEO of Atlantic Engineering Group, is elected council president; Mike DiMauro, VP at FiberCore, is council's new VP

August 1, 2002

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CORNING, N.Y. -- The Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Council's board of directors recently elected new leadership. James Salter, CEO of Atlantic Engineering Group, was elected president of the FTTH Council. Mike DiMauro, vice president of business development at FiberCore, was appointed as the Council's new vice president. Both Salter and DiMauro will serve one-year terms. "The FTTH Council is a group made up of service providers, product vendors, and technical folks who believe that fiber is the only solution that can provide the type of bandwidth required at the home. We believe the time for fiber-to-the-home is now," said newly elected FTTH Council President James Salter. "I am proud to serve the Council in this new role, and excited about our initiatives and the future of broadband," added FTTH Council Vice President Mike DiMauro. Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Council

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