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BlueMesh Networks Adds Vice President to Drive WiFiRanger and Other Products

February 12, 2011

BlueMesh Networks has added a new Vice President to focus new initiatives like the recently launched WiFiRanger intelligent mobile router brand. The new Vice President will be leading the direction of Sales and Marketing to focus the efforts of the BlueMesh Networks staff.

Boise, ID (PRWEB) February 11, 2011

BlueMesh Networks, an Idaho-based company focused on turn-key network solutions, announced today the addition of a Vice President of Market Development to lead new and existing initiatives.

Miles Penrod, a 10-year veteran of the networking and wireless industries, joins BlueMesh Networks at a point where expansion into new markets is driving additions to the product line. Penrod will focus the direction of new products and brands including WiFiRanger, an intelligent mobile router platform, as well as drive existing products into new markets. “We realized that we had an opportunity to take our existing capabilities, and leverage them into new products that incorporated things like support for 3G and 4G Mobile Broadband,” said Neil Neiwert, President, Bluemesh Networks. “Miles brings unique experience in both Mobile Broadband and Wireless Networking, and we knew we needed someone who understood both worlds to help drive growth for 2011 and beyond.”

About BlueMesh Networks

BlueMesh Networks is an industry leader in providing turn-key network solutions. The hardware and software solutions offered by BlueMesh Networks allows a network operator to be able to install a network with a full suite of services including billing, network management, client authentication, traffic shaping, and more. For additional information please visit http://www.BlueMesh.net or http://www.wifiranger.com

Media Contact

Miles Penrod

888-630-4689 x242

mpenrod(at)bluemesh(dot)net

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