Telecommunications and Internet Veteran Elected to ExteNet Systems Board of Directors
Justin L. Jaschke, founder of Verio, Inc., brings breadth of technology experience to Illinois-based wireless network infrastructure provider
LISLE, Illinois – July 29, 2009 – Justin L. Jaschke, the chairman of California-based Drivecam, Inc. and Genea Energy has joined the board of directors of ExteNet Systems, Inc., a leading North American network infrastructure provider. Jaschke currently serves on the board of the University of Puget Sound in Seattle, and was a board member of Dobson Communications, Inc., a rural cellular provider, that was recently acquired by AT&T. He was the founder and chief executive officer of Verio, Inc., which was acquired by NTT Communications in 2004.
“As ExteNet Systems continues its expansion across North America, Justin’s extensive experience in the wireless and Internet-focused industries will be a benefit to the leadership of ExteNet Systems,” said Ross Manire, chairman and chief executive officer. “We are pleased to have him join our seasoned board of directors. His experience is strong where telecommunications and broadband technologies are merging – just where ExteNet Systems provides value to wireless service providers and their customers.”
The other members of the ExteNet Systems Board of Directors include: Jon Bayless, Sevin Rosen Funds; David Hull, Centennial Ventures; Kevin Jacques, Palomar Ventures; Ross W. Manire, ExteNet Systems, Inc.; Matt Newton, Columbia Capital; and David Schaller, CenterPoint Ventures.
“ExteNet Systems is extremely well-positioned – with its leading technologies, outstanding management team, and proven operating capability – to solve both capacity and coverage challenges currently being experienced on wireless service providers’ networks,” said Justin Jaschke. “I am honored to join a very strong Board and look forward to working with them to provide strategic guidance to help continue the rapid growth and development of Extenet Systems.”