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August 16, 2006
SAN DIEGO -- Continuous Computing(R) Corporation, global provider of Network Service-Ready Platforms(TM) that enable telecom equipment manufacturers to rapidly deploy converged communications, today announced the promotion of Ron Pyles to company president. Through expert consultation, keen market insight, and strong customer relationships, Mr. Pyles will help the company continue to mature, grow, and evolve as a leader in telecommunications hardware, software, and professional services.
After joining the company in 2003 through the Trillium acquisition, Mr. Pyles started as vice president of worldwide sales and progressed to become executive vice president of sales and marketing. Under his leadership, Continuous Computing's revenues nearly tripled in three years, from $25 million in 2003 to over $70 million in 2005. In his new role, Mr. Pyles is responsible for driving the company's market strategy and delivering successful results for customers, employees, and shareholders.
Prior to joining Continuous Computing, Mr. Pyles built more than 20 years of marketing and sales experience at AT&T where, among other responsibilities, he was vice president of business sales for the central United States region. Mr. Pyles also directed the worldwide sales organization for the Trillium product line at Intel Corporation.
"The telecommunications market becomes increasingly competitive on a day-to-day basis," said Mr. Pyles. "As a result, it is my mission to lead the charge to transform Continuous Computing's business to the next level while, at the same time, to provide the best integrated solutions to our customers."
In a collaborative effort, Mr. Pyles will work closely with PJ Go, Continuous Computing's CEO and co-founder, and the company's board of directors to lead strategic business efforts. Mr. Pyles will also provide ongoing support for numerous functional areas, including sales, business development, product management, engineering, marketing communications, customer support, human resources, and legal affairs.
"Ron's contributions have had a great impact at Continuous Computing, and I am pleased to promote him to president. His proven success leading cross-functional teams puts us at a great advantage as we continue to gain traction with delivering integrated telecommunications platforms," said Mr. Go.
Continuous Computing Corp.
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