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Fortress Solutions is the #2 market share provider of product lifecycle repair and logistics services for the telecommunication and cable equipment markets. With over 30 years of experience, Fortress has built a reputation as a top supplier for service provide... more.
Mike Carney, Strategic Account Director with Fortress Solutions, will participate in the TelcoVision Conference Panel, Business Development Strategies and the Data Center on October 23rd, 2013.
Las Vegas Nevada - October 8th, 2013 - Mike Carney, Strategic Account Director with Fortress Solutions, will participate in the TelcoVision Conference Panel, Business Development Strategies and the Data Center on October 23rd, 2013.
Mike Carney, Sales Agent
Mike brings extensive experience throughout the telecommunications industry to Dascom... Mike Carney, Sales Agent Before joining Dascom, Carney was the National Sales Director, IPTV, for the National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative (NRTC), where he was responsible for sales of IPTV solutions. Prior to that, Carney assisted early adopter telephone companies in their IPTV deployments at Minerva Networks and Skystream Networks, and held several management positions at Ericsson and RCA. Carney holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from Indiana State University.
Mike Carney Dascom Systems Group Mike Carney serves as the National Sales Director for Dascom Systems Group. Dascom is the leading IPTV systems integrator for rural telcos with over 120 telco customers. Before Dascom, Mike was National Sales Director at NRTC. He was responsible for the launch and sales of NRTC's IP Prime solution and Programming Only solution. From 2001- 2005, Mr. Carney assisted early adopter telephone companies in their IPTV deployments at Minerva and Skystream. He has also held several management positions at Ericsson and RCA. He holds a degree in Marketing from Indiana State University.
"Before, information for parents really varied from provider to provider," said Mike Carney, president of the Eastern Pennsylvania Down Syndrome Center in Trexlertown, Lehigh County.
"There was a lot of old information. A lot of it was just not up to date." In addition to treatment, the information will help parents understand where they can go to connect with support services, Down syndrome hot lines and national and local Down Syndrome organizations. Carney said much has improved when it comes to the genetic disorder, especially when it comes to life expectancy, early intervention and education options. Life expectancy for someone with Down syndrome has increased dramatically, from 25 in 1983 to 60 today. This new law gives parents an early chance to see what's possible for their children at a very early stage, he said. "This is showing parents and parents-to-be that this is what they can do and what to expect," Carney said. "We're (spreading) positive awareness about this and moving beyond some of the negativity that some of us have grown up with." Carney said the bill is not as much about politics and is more about helping patients. "Anytime you can provide information to any patient that's factual and to the point, it helps to have an understanding about what's to come," he said.