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Alumnus Named President of Wireless Company

Alumnus Named President of Wireless Company

Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering alumnus Alan Rosenberg (B.S. '83) has been hired by Business Only Broadband (BOB), a carrier-class wireless provider for the financial sector and other large enterprise clients. Rosenberg will serve as the company's president as it expands into the New York City market. He was selected for the position for his extensive experience in start-up, global sales, and developing financial extranets for Fortune 1000 companies including those in the brokerage, healthcare, pharmaceutical, market data, and manufacturing sectors.

Prior to joining Business Only Broadband, Rosenberg worked at Global Crossing, a communications company providing internet, multimedia, voice and data services; and AT&T, where he was the global sales director of IT outsourcing. He also holds an M.S.in telecommunications engineering from the Stevens Institute of Technology and has completed studies in advanced business education at the London Business School and Carnegie Mellon University.

Read the BOB press release »

January 4, 2008


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