Mr. Eduardo Garcia is by profession an engineer in the telecommunications industry with more than 30 years’ experience in the field. He commenced his professional career in 1981 as a Technical Officer for British Telecom and then moved to Siemens and Ericsson, where he managed large projects in England, Sweden, Poland, Spain, Germany, Chile, Argentina and Mexico.

 In 1994 he moved to Mexico with Ericsson in the position of Director of Special Projects responsible for the design and implementation of integrated Long Distance and Local Access Networks.

 In early 1997 he became Vice President of Operations and CTO for Bestel, where he was directly involved in the engineering, design, implementation and operation of optical networks.

 In June 2000 he joined Global-Crossing and was responsible for the on-site engineering of all major communications networks throughout Latin America. He then joined New World Network as Executive Vice-President of Operations, and was responsible for the entire submarine cable network interconnecting 15 countries with Miami, México, Caribbean Central and South America.

In 2003 he joined Best Direct Networks as Vice President of Wireless Solutions for Europe, South Africa and Latin-American.

 In 2005 he moved to become Telecom Italia's Vice-President of Network Services for Latin American Nautilus sub sea cable systems, based in Miami.

 In 2008 he returned to Mexico as Chief Operating Officer of WLCOM, a new Long Distance and Local Access service provider and built a 200 Kms optical Metro-Ethernet network in Mexico City, with links to Laredo TX. This network also provides WISP services and deploys Wialan technologies' industrial wireless access point for last mile access.

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