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List of notable or famous Kodiak Networks employees, listed alphabetically with photos when available. This list is a directory of the best Kodiak Networks employees, showcasing only the most prominent Kodiak Networks employees of all time. This list features past and present top Kodiak Networks managers, including both current and retired Kodiak Networks executives and alumni. Well-known Kodiak Networks staff along with current and former Kodiak Networks employees were and still are crucial to the company's success, as without these hard working men and women Kodiak Networks would never be what it is today.

This list below has everything from Bruce Lawler to Chris Beukers.

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Bruce Lawler is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Top Kodiak Networks Employees
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Bruce Lawler brings over 15 years of telecommunications experience in fixed wireless, satellite, and terrestrial local and wide area networks. Bruce was a founding partner of inOvate Communications Group, and led the company’s investments in Danger, Rosum Corporation and Kodiak Networks. In addition, he served as the Network Operations Center (NOC) program manager for ATT Wireless Services where he gained intimate knowledge of carrier operations. Career Highlights Drove development and production of the MPEG2 encoding technology used by Hughes DirecTV and Thomson Consumer Electronics while serving as Director of Product Engineering for Compression Labs Served as ...more on Wikipedia

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Charles Nelson is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Top Kodiak Networks Employees
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As Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Customer Services, Charles Nelson brings more than 20 years of services and solutions selling experience to Kodiak Networks. He is an accomplished executive who was most recently President and CEO of Velocita Wireless, a leading provider of data products and services for enterprises and government organizations.Velocita was previously the Cingular Interactive business unit which was sold to affiliates of Cerberus Capital Management. Career Highlights Oversaw unprecedented growth in Cingular Interactive’s wireless data business, with network subscribers and revenues doubling on an annual basis over a five-year ...more on Wikipedia

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Chris Beukers is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Top Kodiak Networks Employees
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Chris Beukers has more than 20 years of experience leading sales, marketing and services functions for technology companies on a global basis. Prior to joining Kodiak Networks, Chris was the International Vice President for Qpass, a leader in end-to-end management of digital content, which was acquired by Amdocs in March 2006. Chris started his career at Compaq in Europe where he managed international systems and product marketing functions in London and Munich. He gained experience in Asia first leading Centigram’s APAC operations and later serving as a Regional Director for IBM. More recently, Chris has had responsibility for managing business functions for ...more on Wikipedia

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Craig Farrill has spent 28 years creating and leading high growth, wireless telecommunications businesses. Regarded as a technology visionary, his background in wireless technology is extensive and he has led a number of wireless industry initiatives to accelerate business growth and technological change. Craig serves on the board of Conexant Systems, a publicly-held semiconductor company and as an advisor to several wireless start-up companies. Prior to founding Kodiak in 2001, Craig was Managing Director at inOvate Communications Group, an early stage venture capital firm focusing on investments in the wireless space. Previously, Craig served as Chief Technology Officer for ...more on Wikipedia

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