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Mr. Gregory D. Green

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Chairman and Chief Executive Offi...

Phone: (509) ***-****  
OneEighty Networks Inc
118 N Stevens
Spokane , Washington 99201
United States

Company Description: OneEighty Networks is a regional leader in Broadband Internet, Private Line, and Hosting solutions offering a comprehensive range of Internet and Data services to...   more
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Gregory Green
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Gregory Green
President Fatbeam
Greg's experience in the technology industry began in 1984, when he formed Tel-West a telecommunications provider of PBX's, competitive access and a reseller of voice services. In 1995, Tel-West was acquired by NEXTLINK, a Craig McCaw owned organization, (now XO Communications, NASDAQ: XOXO) in which Greg became president of NEXTLINK Washington. In 1996, he was part of the senior management team that took NEXTLINK public raising $400 million in the public markets. In 1998, after three years at the helm of NEXTLINK Washington, Greg left NEXTLINK to begin a new venture - OneEighty Communications, a competitive telecommunications provider focusing on markets with populations less than 500,000. Six months after starting OneEighty Communications, Avista Corp. (NYSE: AVA) bought majority interest in the company, renaming it Avista Communications. Greg remained with the company as president and CEO until 2001, when Avista Corp. elected to sell off its telecom division. That same year, Greg acquired certain CLEC markets from Avista Communications in the Northwest and further grew top and bottom line metrics and later sold the markets to Eschelon Telecom and OrbitCom.
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Greg Green, Co-Founder and President, Fatbeam Greg Green is the co-founder and president of Fatbeam, where he spearheads campaigns to provide high-speed and high-capacity Internet solutions to education, healthcare, government and enterprise customers in rural communities. Green founded Fatbeam with the purpose of addressing customer needs in areas that have little or no access to fiber optic networks. He is a seasoned senior executive and entrepreneur with more than 20 years experience in the telecommunications sector. He began is career when he launched Tel-West, a telecommunications provider of PBXs and competitive access and a reseller of voice services that was acquired by NEXTLINK, a Craig McCaw-owned organization. Green became president of NEXTLINK Washington and was part of the core team to take NEXTLINK public (now named XO Communications, NASDAQ: XOXO). He then went on to launch OneEighty Communications, a telecommunications provider focusing on markets with populations of less than 500,000, which was later bought by Avista Corporation (NYSE: AVA) and renamed Avista Communications.
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Gregory Green
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Gregory Green
President Fatbeam
Greg's experience in the technology industry began in 1984, when he formed Tel-West a telecommunications provider of PBX's, competitive access and a reseller of voice services. In 1995, Tel-West was acquired by NEXTLINK, a Craig McCaw owned organization, (now XO Communications, NASDAQ: XOXO) in which Greg became president of NEXTLINK Washington. In 1996, he was part of the senior management team that took NEXTLINK public raising $400 million in the public markets. In 1998, after three years at the helm of NEXTLINK Washington, Greg left NEXTLINK to begin a new venture - OneEighty Communications, a competitive telecommunications provider focusing on markets with populations less than 500,000. Six months after starting OneEighty Communications, Avista Corp. (NYSE: AVA) bought majority interest in the company, renaming it Avista Communications. Greg remained with the company as president and CEO until 2001, when Avista Corp. elected to sell off its telecom division. That same year, Greg acquired certain CLEC markets from Avista Communications in the Northwest and further grew top and bottom line metrics and later sold the markets to Eschelon Telecom and OrbitCom.
Greg Green
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Gregory D Green
Mr. Green's experience in the technology industry began in 1984, when he formed Tel-West a telecommunications provider of PBX's, competitive access and a reseller of voice services. In 1995, Tel-West was acquired by NEXTLINK, a Craig McCaw owned organization, (now XO Communications, NASDAQ: XOXO) in which Green became President of NEXLINK Washington. In 1996 Green was part of the senior management team that took NEXLINK public raising $400,000,000 in the public markets. In 1998, after three years at the helm of NEXTLINK Washington, Green left NEXTLINK to begin a new venture - OneEighty Communications a Competitive Telecommunications Provider focusing on markets with populations less than 500,000. Six months after starting OneEighty Communications Avista Corporation (NYSE: AVA) bought majority interest in the company renaming it Avista Communications. Green remained with the Company as President and Chief Executive Officer until 2001 when Avista Corp elected to sell off its telecom division.
Greg Green
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Gregory D Green
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Gregory D Green
Mr. Green's experience in the technology industry began in 1984, when he formed Tel-West a telecommunications provider of PBX's, competitive access and a reseller of voice services. In 1995, Tel-West was acquired by NEXTLINK, a Craig McCaw owned organization, (now XO Communications, NASDAQ: XOXO) in which Green became President of NEXLINK Washington. In 1996 Green was part of the senior management team that took NEXLINK public raising $400,000,000 in the public markets. In 1998, after three years at the helm of NEXTLINK Washington, Green left NEXTLINK to begin a new venture - OneEighty Communications a Competitive Telecommunications Provider focusing on markets with populations less than 500,000. Six months after starting OneEighty Communications Avista Corporation (NYSE: AVA) bought majority interest in the company renaming it Avista Communications. Green remained with the Company as President and Chief Executive Officer until 2001 when Avista Corp elected to sell off its telecom division.
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