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BearCom Wireless Worldwide Appoints Ian Torok as Director of Technical Services

BearCom Wireless Worldwide Appoints Ian Torok as Director of Technical Services

DALLAS, May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- BearCom Wireless Worldwide announced today the appointment of Ian Torok as the new Director of Technical Services. This key position oversees BearCom's Dallas-based Repair Depot -- the largest independent two-way radio repair center in the United States -- as well as 25 other repair portals and service locations positioned throughout the country. Mr. Torok was selected because of his strong project management and technology-based skills required by the growing nationwide wireless communications leader. Jerry Denham, President and CEO of BearCom said, "Mr. Torok's primary responsibilities will be to continue to build upon the quality of service and repairs that BearCom's customers have come to expect. He is commissioned to continue expanding our new service offerings and capabilities necessitated by the ongoing development in wireless communications technologies." BearCom specializes in wireless solutions, two-way radio, digital cellular phone, and emergency communication equipment offerings for a variety of industries and government entities throughout the United States.

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Prior to joining BearCom, Mr. Torok was Manager of IT & Systems Integration at GlobeRanger Corporation, where he aligned the RFID technology firm with the latest technologies and most reliable hardware partners. His cross-functional experiences in RF and IT infrastructures will prove most beneficial to BearCom in the pursuit of new developments and the latest technological solutions available.

Mr. Torok began his career at Pagemart, Inc. and Pagenet, Inc. (both now USA Mobility.) At these businesses, he was instrumental in the implementation of numerous projects, including the deployment of RF systems for newly developed two-way messaging infrastructures and nationwide channel build-outs.

Mr. Torok is a graduate of the State University of New York, Albany.

Eager to put his knowledge and experience to work for BearCom, Mr. Torok said, "BearCom's wide offering of wireless solutions and dedication to emerging technologies attracted me to this new opportunity. I am really looking forward to getting involved in the strategy behind bringing these latest wireless breakthroughs to market." He further expressed, "One of my personal commitments is to seek out the best wireless technicians in the nation and to continue to build upon an already world-class group of repair and installation specialists."

About BearCom Wireless Worldwide

BearCom Wireless Worldwide was founded in 1981 and has become the largest provider of wireless communications equipment and tailored solutions in the United States. BearCom sells, rents, and services a broad line of two-way radios, digital cellular phones, wireless networking, video surveillance, and emergency communications solutions. BearCom is the nation's largest distributor of Motorola and Icom two-way radios and is a major dealer of Sprint/Nextel digital cellular phones. For more information, contact your local BearCom branch office or visit http://www.bearcom.com/ .

BearCom branch offices are located in the following cities: Atlanta, Chantilly, Chicago, Columbus, Costa Mesa, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Hartford, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York/New Jersey, Orlando, Philadelphia, Portland, Riverside, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Paul, Tampa, and Washington, DC.

BearCom Wireless Worldwide

CONTACT: Tom Renick, Director of Marketing of BearCom Wireless
Worldwide, +1-214-765-7405

Web site: http://www.bearcom.com/

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