For Immediate Release
Colorado vNet Appoints New Chief Operating Officer and VP of EngineeringLoveland, CO – March 31, 2008
– Colorado vNet announced today the appointment of Ron Phillips as its new Chief Operating Officer and VP of Engineering. In these roles, Phillips will oversee several key operational systems in the design and delivery of the award-winning Colorado vNet home automation products including engineering, testing and manufacturing.
Phillips brings 25 years experience managing technical and manufacturing teams for hardware/firmware projects including large scale factory automation systems, extensive software architecture and implementation experience, and most recently served as Vice President of Engineering for Cognitive Solutions, Inc. He has earned undergraduate and masters degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder and Clemson University respectively, and three outstanding technical achievement awards.
“We’re pleased to have Ron join our management team,” said Bill Beierwaltes, Chief Executive Officer of Colorado vNet. “His management experience, technical expertise, and outstanding leadership qualities accurately align with our future product development goals for home media and automation.”
“I am fortunate to be part of the Colorado vNet organization,” Phillips added. “With such an exemplary group of technologists, I am confident in the ability to deliver the quality products Colorado vNet is known for, in a timely manner.”
Phillips will be based at the company’s headquarters in Loveland, Colorado.
About Colorado vNet
An emerging leader in the custom home automation market, Colorado vNet manufactures award-winning solutions for distributed digital audio and whole-house control over a wide array of home systems including wired/wireless lighting, climate, and security. Blending reliability, scalability and flexibility with contemporary design, Colorado vNet products are quick to install, easy to use, and designed to complement any décor. For more information, visit www.coloradovnet.com or call 1-800-987-vNET (8638).