Farid Shouekani

General Manager

Mr. Shouekani has more than 15 years of experience in corporate management, engineering and software development of communications system including wireless, switching, networking and VoIP. For the past decade Mr. Shouekani was working with Viper networks on building international network and cost effective services for the VOIP residential and commercial customers. Managed several national and international offices for the company and all the contracts for technical and commercial services engaged with the company. Mr. Shouekani has a strong experience in project development and software system design, as he developed a MS Windows based systems for welding robotic automation for the auto industry with Robotron, and several communications and controls projects. Mr. Shouekani has played a significant role in attracting investment to the company, cut cost, and sustain operation with the current economy. Mr. Shouekani has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master of Science Degree in Computer Engineering from Florida Tech.

Tom Otrok, PH.D.

President Of Intl. Operation

As an accomplished telecommunications industry veteran, Mr. Otrok’s leadership successes at the highest level have put him in the rarified air of being recognized as one of the industry’s most valued network solutions integrators in the world. From 1989-1996, Mr. Otrok was a key Member of Technical Staff for AT&T Bell Laboratories (a Lucent Technologies predecessor company), with leadership in 5ESS Global Public Network Architecture & 5ESS Performance, and responsibilities including end-to-end system engineering, project management, and developing architecture requirements for 5ESS-2000 and CDMA. Then in 1996-1999, Otrok accepted a position as Senior Manager for Network Implementation with Lucent Technologies (Middle East). Leading a team in excess of 500 staff members for building and implementation of Telephone Expansion of Wireless Networks, his responsibilities included Sales and Program Management of all resources required for successful deployment of a $6 billion network, which included Data, Optical, Wireless and Voice networks. In 1999, Lucent Technologies promoted Mr. Otrok to Executive Director of Operations (Middle East), where he lead a staff of over 1000 people for Building and Operations until 2004. Building a network that consisted of 5 million lines of GSM and 5 million land-lines, his responsibilities included Wireless Network Buildings and Operations, RF Design, Engineering, RF Integration and Optimizations, Network Planning and Integrations, and Network Performance and Reliability. These leadership positions with Lucent also included oversight in sales, software development, strategic planning and finance, both inside and outside the United States.

Housam HajYousif,

Chief Technology Officer

Housam HajYousif holds a M.S. in Computer Science, (DePaul University) and a B.S. in Quantitative Methods and Statistics, and a B.S. in Business Administration (University of Illinois, Chicago). Housam is the Chief Integrator of Energy Related Technologies including LED lighting, Solar and Wind energy generation, Battery storage and Energy distribution, Wi-Fi communication and Control and Monitoring Operations.  Housam engineered, designed, and networked the deployment of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), Data Communication, Satellite Video Services, and Access Control/Security systems for large scale overseas residential, commercial, and government-based organizations. As Chief  Technology Officer in Indonesia, Housam oversaw the development of a Network and Business plan that would provide telephone service for 70 million lines utilizing Wireless Local Loop technology over 1800 MHz to 4.0 GHz Frequency. Housam was the International Customer Technical Support Team Leader for Indonesia and India.  Housam developed an implementation process for our HP and SUN Networks for field deployment of Fixed Wireless CDMA Network.  Housam managed and implemented two GSM Mobile Networks for the Royal Family of Brunei and the United Arab Emirates. For both projects, Housam managed organizations of more than 300 personnel at the cost of $250 million dollars that provided services for 500 thousand subscribers.  Housam designed and developed Operation, Administration, and Maintenance Real Time Software for an ISDN application on a PBX platform in assembler 8085 code.  Housam also led a development team to design and develop real-time embedded software for a Low Frequency Transmitter for the Defense Department.