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On-Ramp Wireless, a developer of wireless solutions for energy automation and machine-to-machine communications, has appointed Brad Wallace vice president of operations.

Prior to joining On-Ramp Wireless, Wallace co-founded MicroPower Technologies, an EvoNexus Incubator company that develops wireless surveillance solutions, where he also served as chief operating office (COO) and chief financial officer. Earlier in his career, he served as the director of operations and finance for Intel's New Business Investments. Wallace has also served as COO for Archos North America, where he helped increase the market presence of the company's MP3 and MP4 products, and as director of operations for Sonoma Systems, where he led both in-house and outsourced manufacturing solutions.


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