Gluon Networks Announces That George Hawley Will Retain His Post as Chairman And Will Also Become a Senior Advisor to the Firm When the New CEO Is Named In Early May

Apr 26, 2001, 01:00 ET from Gluon Networks, Inc.

    PETALUMA, Calif., April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Gluon Networks, Inc., developer
 of next-generation converged switching and management systems for local
 service providers, today announced that interim CEO and chairman,
 George Hawley, will remain with this telecommunications startup as chairman of
 the board and a senior advisor when the new CEO is named next month.
     Hawley, an engineer and entrepreneur, has held senior positions with many
 companies during his career including Gluon Networks, Nokia (formally Diamond
 Lane Communications where he was co-founder), Alcatel (formally DSC) and Bell
 Labs. He is now in the early stages of incubating a new firm. As a result,
 Hawley wishes to reduce some, but not all, of his responsibilities at Gluon
 Networks so he can devote more time to this new venture.
     Rob Avery, vice president of marketing for Gluon Networks, said that a
 highly-qualified senior industry candidate has accepted the position and will
 be ready to assume day-to-day responsibilities as president and chief
 executive officer of Gluon Networks within the next two weeks.
 
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    PETALUMA, Calif., April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Gluon Networks, Inc., developer
 of next-generation converged switching and management systems for local
 service providers, today announced that interim CEO and chairman,
 George Hawley, will remain with this telecommunications startup as chairman of
 the board and a senior advisor when the new CEO is named next month.
     Hawley, an engineer and entrepreneur, has held senior positions with many
 companies during his career including Gluon Networks, Nokia (formally Diamond
 Lane Communications where he was co-founder), Alcatel (formally DSC) and Bell
 Labs. He is now in the early stages of incubating a new firm. As a result,
 Hawley wishes to reduce some, but not all, of his responsibilities at Gluon
 Networks so he can devote more time to this new venture.
     Rob Avery, vice president of marketing for Gluon Networks, said that a
 highly-qualified senior industry candidate has accepted the position and will
 be ready to assume day-to-day responsibilities as president and chief
 executive officer of Gluon Networks within the next two weeks.
 
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