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Press Release - People in the News: Ed Arnold to join PRODESYS
Ed Arnold to join PRODESYS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NEWPORT BEACH, CA (JULY 15, 1998) - PRODESYS, a leading systems integration and project management provider, today announced that Ed Arnold would join PRODESYS as Vice-President, reporting to Barry Adnams, President of PRODESYS.
"We're obviously very pleased to have Ed
decision to join PRODESYS
after being recruited by large players in the media and convergent technology industries speaks volumes about PRODESYS
and our future.
brings an unparalleled knowledge of convergent technologies, controlled corporate growth and customer-centric project management to PRODESYS
," said Mr. Adnams.
"I'm excited about PRODESYS
and looking forward to the challenges ahead," stated Mr. Arnold
has the customer-centric focus necessary to really succeed in providing integration and project management services to customers in the convergent technology industry."
Mr. Arnold comes to PRODESYS with over 16 years experience in the computer industry.
He started his career at Denelcor Super Computers, designing memory management systems for the first complex UNIX-based multi-cpu super computer in the world, the HEP-1.
Following Delecor, he was recruited by the Hewlett Packard company to work on HP's implementation of the UNIX operating system HP-UX.
Mr. Arnold was selected to participate in HP's multi-discipline management training and held various positions in Research & Development, Manufacturing, Marketing and Technical Support.
He left HP as lead product engineer on HP's flagship workstation product, the series 700 workstation.
He went on to join T.R. Stone as a principal of the firm and served there until the company was purchased by EDS in 1993.
Mr Arnold was then recruited by NDS, a News Corp subsidiary.
was the second employee to be hired in the United States and was dedicated to establishing and fostering the company's relationship with the new Hughes' DIRECTV project.
He played a key role in NDS Americas meteoric growth, overseeing the dividion grow from four employees to over 100 people in a little over a year.
Most recently, he was Director of Technical Operations in charge of Technical Support, Manufacturing Operations and Information Technologoy for all NDS Americas operations and customer support in North and South American and Japan.
is married and lives in Irvine, California with his
wife and son.
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Contact: Ted Arnold
Address: 2289 2nd Ave
Whitehorse, YT, Y1A 2J6
Phone: 867 667-6500
Fax: 867 667-6088
To aid us in serving you we have added Ed Arnold to our staff as president and CEO.
Mr. Arnold was a key member of the team that was responsible for the world's first digital satellite broadcast system, DirectTV, and was awarded a technical Emmy by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Ed has 16 years of experience in cutting-edge technology with Fortune 500 companies like Hewlett Packard and News Corporation.
He held lead technical and management roles at NDS Americas, taking them from $0 to $240 million in gross revenues per year in five years.
He has been responsible for construction, operations, staff, manufacturing and systems across three continents.
With Mr. Arnold's
direction and our superb technical staff, we are prepared to lead the way in advertising strategies for the new millennium.
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Owner Ted Arnold has taken over the old Subaru Building at the corner of second and fourth avenues.
The Yukon's oldest music store has been operating out of the downstairs of the Yukon Employee's Union Building for the past 10 years.Now they are moving right next door."It's a good deal for us," says Unitech owner Ted Arnold.
has assembled a "crackerjack" team to operate the business out of the new premises.
Rounding out the in store staff are: Dee Hamm, Manfred Janssen, and on the repair side Kim Hobus and Ted Arnold
"The economy seems to be picking up, and certainly the cultural side of the Yukon is on a roll these days" says Mr Arnold
...Ted Arnold @ Unitech: 867-667-6500