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Tely Labs appoints David Moss as Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Business Development

February 05, 2013

Tely Labs, maker of the award-winning telyHD video calling system, recently announced that the company has appointed David Moss as Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Business Development. A veteran in videoconferencing industry, Moss said he will bring all of his experience in bringing further revenue growth and tapping SMB and European markets for video calling and collaboration products and services.


Moss has worked with Siemens Enterprise (News - Alert) Communications for two years as the Global Vice President of Video. He has also held senior management roles over a 20-year period at TANDBERG, Sony and VCON - all of which provide videoconferencing and collaboration solutions. At Tely labs, he will be reporting directly to CEO and co-founder Sreekanth Ravi.

"David brings many years of videoconferencing and collaboration experience to Tely Labs, including senior roles in the industry's leading organizations," said Ravi. "With his extensive background in building sales and channel organizations, I am confident David will accelerate Tely Labs' growth in business videoconferencing and collaboration markets, which are undergoing fundamental changes as the technology becomes more affordable, easier to use and more pervasive."

"I'm extremely excited about joining Tely Labs at a time when the industry is changing and accelerating like never before. Businesses of all sizes, from small companies to the Fortune 500, are looking to enable all their conference rooms with video calling and application sharing. Tely Labs is leading the way with affordable, capable solutions," Moss said. "This technology leadership and vision along with the strength of the senior management team create a great formula for success. I look forward to significantly growing Tely Labs' videoconferencing market share and making the company a global leader in this new and emerging part of the market."

In related news, Tely Labs has announced its “Umi Rescue” program soon after Cisco (News - Alert) announced the end of the Umi Telepresence service. The program will provide rebates for telyHD and telyHD Business Edition video conferencing solutions purchased by Umi Telepresence (News - Alert) users until February 28th.




Edited by Carlos Olivera

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