CommScope adds industry veterans to manage product lines

Dec. 21, 2005
Dec. 21, 2005 - Ed Solis and David Hall have taken on product-management responsibilities for copper and fiber product lines, respectively.

CommScope Inc. ( recently appointed two cabling-industry veterans to product-management positions, one in its Uniprise Copper business and the other in its Uniprise and Systimax Fiber businesses.

Ed Solis has taken the position of product manager, Uniprise Copper Apparatus. In this role, he assumes copper apparatus product management responsibilities for the Uniprise business.

Solis formerly managed the product programs for Leviton's ( Data Center Solutions program. He has more than six years' experience in the copper-cabling industry, ad is a BICSI-certified Registered Communications Distribution Designer. He will work out of CommScope's Richardson, TX facility.

Also, David Hall recently became product manager, fiber-optic cable in the Fiber Optic Solutions business. In this role, Hall assumes fiber-optic cable product management responsibilities for CommScope's enterprise business, which includes both Systimax and Uniprise solutions.

Hall formerly managed marketing plans and systems for Corning Cable Systems' ( enterprise networks business. He has more than 15 years' experience in the fiber-optic cable industry, and will work out of CommScope's Claremont, NC plant.

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