Telesphere CEO Joins Arizona Technology Council Board of Directors

Communications expert Clark Peterson joins AZTech to benefit local business community

Jul 18, 2012, 11:00 ET from Telesphere

PHOENIX, July 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Telesphere CEO Clark Peterson has joined the board of directors at the Arizona Technology Council. Peterson joins eight other new directors who will work among industry executives currently serving on the Council's board.


The Arizona Technology Council, which represents a diverse group of technology companies in the state, elected Peterson and the other new directors to serve three-year terms. In this capacity, he will represent the interests of the state's technology industries in ongoing operations and strategic planning.

Peterson brings the Council more than 23 years of experience in communications, spanning wireless, wireline and Cloud services. He has been instrumental in building some of the most respected businesses in the communications industry to the level of becoming publicly traded.

Telesphere is a leading provider of cloud-based Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) for enterprise customers nationwide.

Peterson currently serves as Chairman of the national Cloud Communications Alliance and as board member for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale and the Boy Scouts of America Phoenix. Peterson formally served on the Board or Directors of both the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce and the Tempe Chamber of Commerce.

About Telesphere
Telesphere is the leading pure-play provider of unified cloud communications. It leads the market by delivering carrier-grade performance and support for wireline and mobile devices to businesses over its private IP MPLS network; one of the largest of its kind in the nation. Offering a fully-integrated suite of unified communications capabilities, Telesphere's hosted services allow businesses of any size to enjoy all the latest voice, video, data and collaboration features of large enterprise systems without the costly investment in on-premises equipment.

SOURCE Telesphere