Andy is a forward-thinking IT expert who will surely contribute to establishment of best-practices as we get beyond the bricks and mortar of telecommunication installation.
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA (PRWEB) December 09, 2013
Powerstorm Capital Corporation (OTC:PSTO) CEO and Rancho Palos Verdes resident, Mike J. Freni, today announced the appointment Andy Booth as the company’s first member of a newly-formed Board of Advisers.
Booth is the Chief Technology Officer of NYSE Euronext’s USA futures and options exchange. He brings over 30 years of international experience gained from executive, consulting and technical roles in the Europe, USA and Asia.
Past experience includes seven years at British Telecom, where he implemented and supported telecommunication maintenance solutions and 12 years at IBM in technical support, management and consulting roles. Andy is a globally recognized strategist and technical implementer bringing his wealth of experience and goodwill to Powerstorm Capital Board of Advisers.
“As we continue our outreach throughout emerging nations, the next step after installation of towers and implementation of hybrid power systems will be ensuring that they connect effectively allow for connectivity on all devices in a reliable manner. Andy is a forward-thinking IT expert who will surely contribute to establishment of best-practices as we get beyond the bricks and mortar of telecommunication installation,” Mike said.
About Powerstorm Capital Corporation:
Powerstorm Capital Corporation specializes in funding telecommunication infrastructure expansion and alternative energy development in emerging markets by delivering customized site planning and expertise in energy management.
Global wireless networks account for over seven billion connections every day, with global mobile traffic up 70% last year and expects to see explosive growth in emerging economies and in new business sectors in decades to come. To service this forecast growth, Powerstorm operates offices in Los Angeles, the Netherlands, New York and Hong Kong.