SOURCE: BroadWare

October 25, 2005 12:02 ET

Security Technology and Systems Veteran Appointed as Vice President of Marketing at BroadWare

Dennis Charlebois Has Held Executive Marketing, Sales and Management Positions at Certicom, Cardkey, Pittway and other Leading Security Technology Companies

SANTA CLARA, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 25, 2005 -- BroadWare Technologies, Inc., the leader in distributed video surveillance, has announced the appointment of Dennis Charlebois as Vice President of Marketing. Charlebois brings more than 25 years of high-technology marketing and executive management experience to BroadWare and will be responsible for BroadWare's branding, product management, product and technology roadmap, strategic alliances and channel development.

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Prior to joining BroadWare, Dennis was Vice President of Marketing and Technology for Yamas Inc., a large national building systems Integrator. Before joining Yamas, he was Senior Vice President and General Manager at Certicom where he had global responsibility for the company's wireless applications and professional services. Dennis was also Group President of DRS Technologies Data Systems, Senior Vice President of Pittway Corporation, President of Xetron Corporation, Vice President of Marketing and Planning at Cardkey Systems, and spent 15 years in various sales and marketing roles with Johnson Controls.

"I am pleased to have Dennis as part of our Executive team. Dennis will have an immediate impact across many parts of our business, from sales and marketing to products, partners and customers," said Bill Stuntz, CEO of BroadWare. "He brings great industry depth and a broad diversity of experience to BroadWare. His detailed knowledge of players and products in our industry will help us navigate a path towards our next level of success."

BroadWare develops and markets a suite of server-based technologies for management, distribution and storage of video surveillance data in network environments. This includes the BroadWare Media Platform, an enterprise network video solution that enables local and remote access and unlimited archiving of any camera on a network over wired, wireless and low-bandwidth connections. The open architecture of the BroadWare Media Platform allows system integrators to deploy commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) applications and leverage new video surveillance technologies as soon as they become available.

"Over the last decade I've seen BroadWare grow to become a leader in the security technology industry," Charlebois said. "Correspondingly, I've seen end users become increasingly aware of the need for advanced digital video and related technologies to enhance their business operations and to protect their people and company assets. BroadWare is uniquely poised to be a major contributor in meeting this growing demand."

About BroadWare

BroadWare Technologies is the industry pioneer in enabling distribution, viewing, storage and management of real-time video in a networked environment. BroadWare Media Server provides a highly scalable server platform for deploying distributed video surveillance systems for defense, homeland security, transportation and law enforcement applications. Partners include Boeing, EMC and Northrop Grumman. Customers include Coalition Provisional Authority of Iraq, NASA, Siemens Corp., Delaware Department of Transportation and multiple U.S. government agencies and military branches. For more information, please visit

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