Cloud Communications Company Announces New Team Member
Experienced engineering and technology executive, Ken Ryon has joined Digerati Technologies’ executive management team as senior vice president of engineering.
Ryon, who has more than 18 years of communications industry experience in the fields of engineering and technology, fills a newly created position in support of further development and expansion of the company's cloud-based suite of products.
Digerati is an established cloud communications service provider whose telephony services are delivered only in the cloud.
Prior to joining Digerati, Ryon held various management positions, including vice president of engineering and network operations, at DoubleHorn Communications, where he led the development and expansion of that company's managed VoIP platform.
"Ken is a well-respected and experienced technologist with extensive experience in cloud telephony that includes patent development for VoIP switching applications,” said Arthur L. Smith, president and CEO of Digerati Technologies, in a statement. “His skills and experience are perfectly matched with our strategic initiative to accelerate our business plan and grow our cloud-based service revenues. We are very fortunate to have such a seasoned executive join our team.”
In March, TMCnet reported that in an effort to position itself in the growing cloud-based services industry, ATSI Communications announced that it has successfully completed a corporate name change to Digerati Technologies, Inc., effective from March 21, 2011.
The cloud communications service provider, whose earlier trading symbol on the OTC Bulletin Board and the OTCQB Exchange was “ATSX,” will now began trading under a new symbol, "DTGI".
As an established cloud communications service provider, Digerati offers cloud-based services such as a fully hosted IP/PBX (News - Alert), VoIP transport, SIP trunking, data storage, and customized VoIP solutions for specialized applications.
According to Digerati, its services are delivered over the company’s carrier-class global VoIP network, which was built over the course of a decade. Currently, it has more than 200 global partnerships with foreign carriers and emerging operators in more than 50 countries.
With change in the name, Digerati also launched a new corporate website as well as a new corporate logo, thereby fulfilling its rebranding initiative.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin
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