RICHARDSON, TX (PRWEB) June 26, 2012
iPhotonix, LLC, an optical access company at the forefront of developing cost effective optical terminals, today announced the appointment of Dr. Richard Lowe as its Chairman of the Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Amir Elbaz, Chief Executive Officer, stated, "I am pleased to welcome Richard as the newest addition to iPhotonix' board of directors. He is an industry veteran who brings a wealth of executive management experience in the telecom sector to the company’s board. This experience will be invaluable to iPhotonix as we move toward becoming a leading supplier in the optical access market."
Dr. Lowe founded his own telecommunications consulting practice in 2011, providing subject matter expertise to the telecom industry. Prior to that Dr. Lowe was the Head of Product Line Management, Business Unit CDMA at Ericsson Inc. following the purchase of that business from Nortel Networks. During his 32-year career in the telecommunication industry, he held several prominent leadership positions in Nortel Networks, including: President, Wireless Networks; President, Carrier Networks; and, President, CDMA Networks.
Dr. Lowe is a graduate of Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada with B.Sc. in Engineering Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry.
About iPhotonix, LLC
iPhotonix, LLC is a Richardson, Texas based technology company primarily focused on the telecommunications access market. Over the past five years, iPhotonix has been a pioneer in the design, development and manufacturing of high quality, carrier class, multi-vendor, optical network termination devices. iPhotonix develops and markets, a line of carrier class Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) products including the world's broadest independent family of Optical Network Terminals (ONT’s) to both Telecommunications Service Providers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). Our ONTs are used in the delivery of fiber access services that terminate the optical network at the enterprises, businesses, homes and multi-tenant locations (FTTx or Fiber-to-the-x), thus enabling broadband (1Gbps) integrated voice, video, video-on-demand and high-speed Internet access.