Tahoe Goes to Paris

Wireless router startup opens office in Paris in bid to show it's into GSM as well as the CDMA world

November 25, 2002

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PARIS -- Tahoe Networks, the emerging leader in network infrastructure at the Mobile Internet Edge (MIE), today announced it has expanded its European presence.The company has established a Field Operations Centre in Paris that will complement its European Development Centre in Tampere, Finland."This move is a natural expansion which underlines our commitment to the GPRS/UMTS market on top of our established technical leadership in the CDMA market," said Arthur Lin, president and CEO, Tahoe Networks. "Although we are headquartered in San Jose, we see ourselves as a global company and have already enjoyed success in Asia-Pacific which we are looking to replicate in Europe."At the same time, Herve Liboureau, previously Cisco Systems' director of Worldwide Mobile Technical and Solutions Engineering, has been appointed as Vice President, Europe, Middle East and Africa ("EMEA") Sales and Channel Partners."Herve was instrumental to developing the mobile data market for Cisco in Europe. During his tenure at Cisco, Herve developed a very deep understanding of wireless carrier business and the customers we serve in his region", said Tony Miranzadeh, senior VP worldwide field operations. "We are delighted to expand our elite management team with Herve as the head of sales and channel partners EMEA." Liboureau said: "We allow operators to reduce their capital investment and ongoing expenses while enabling new revenue opportunities. For the first time in their history, operators will be fully enabled to turn IP traffic into new profitable revenue from Internet and multi-media personalized services with usage, content and event billing controlled by the network, thanks to Tahoe Networks' unique Mobile Internet Edge solution."Tahoe Networks

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