As President of Hadlo Technologies, LLC, Mr Hadden has been responsible for the merger and acquisition of the independent CLECs that make up Hadlo Technologies. He was responsible for the strategic sale of the CLEC portions of the individual holdings, including TNE Telephone, Inc., and moving the remaining business into Hadlo Technologies, forming a new VoIP Interconnected company. This was done to focus on key contractual agreements with Tier 1 carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, Centurylink, and Level 3.
Prior to starting TNE Telephone, Inc., he served as Chairman of the Board and CEO for a Georgia-based CLEC, Kinloch Telephone, Inc.; Anderson Telephone, Inc., a South Carolina CLEC; and Carrboro Telephone, Inc., a North Carolina CLEC. Mr. Hadden also cofounded Vault Telephone, Inc., which is a wholesale telecom solutions provider offering VoIP, SS7, SMS/800, and LNP.
Around the time of the millennium, Mr. Hadden served as the Chief Network Officer for Universal Access, Inc., which went public in 2000 with stock symbol “UAXS”. During this period, Universal Access built out 12 carrier colocation sites and completed CLEC status in 6 States. Hadden was responsible for all carrier interconnections, colocation, network operations, network monitoring and 24 x 7 Network Operations Centers (NOCs).
Prior to employment with Universal Access, Inc., Mr. Hadden was President of Vaultline, Inc. in California. Vaultline was one of the first unregulated carriers to operate an OC48 SONET ring around the entire San Francisco Bay Area with what was Pacific Bell at that time.
Mr. Hadden also cofounded Synergistic Networking Solutions, Inc. in 1993, a software developing company providing OEMs with innovative storage management software capable of modular data storage from the desktop environment.
As manager of Intel’s application-specific servers and network products in the early ‘90s, Mr. Hadden was responsible for assessing market needs and employing strategic product development.
While with Tecmar, Inc., a data storage and communications product manufacturer, he developed a series of products including the entire line of ProLine tape backup systems, and ProServe software, traveling across Europe, and running the “train the trainer” programs to develop key distributors of Tecmar in Europe.
Recognized as an expert in network disaster prevention and recovery, Mr. Hadden worked with NASA at its headquarters in Cocoa Beach, Florida, on networking facilities prior to the testbed for Pre Launch Shuttle sequencing.
Mr. Hadden also served as Technical Editor for Patrick H. Corrigan’s Backing Up NetWare LANs (M&T Books) and has had articles published in LAN Times, LAN Technology, NetWare Technical Journal, Computer Technology Review and Computing Canada. Additionally, he has spoken publicly at trade events such as Interop, NetWorld, Networks Expo and PC Expo.
with both vendors and customers. She coordinates with vendors, customers, and management to ensure Hadlo Technologies’ services meet or exceed customer expectations, while carefully managing all cost aspects. Ms. Zygadlo also provides support to the Sales and Accounting departments.
Prior to joining Hadlo Technologies, Ms. Zygadlo worked for iNetworks where she was the Director of Operations. She managed the staff and coordinated all reporting activities. She designed the internal processes for iNetworks and managed the installation of over 100 million dollars in circuits, monthly, while maintaining strict government specifications.
Ms. Zygadlo was VP of Operations in charge of all provisioning, design, installation, and customer satisfaction staff at Universal Access, Inc. She was the 7th employee of Universal Access and helped the business become a multi-million dollar public company. She was also responsible for the integration of multiple software company purchases, producing Universal Access’s first pricing and tariff management software.
Ms. Zygadlo has been working in telecommunication operations for 21 years.
design and maintain the current fiber network and switching equipment. Through the years, Mr. Bown has continued to expand on his expertise and is currently a CCNE (Cisco Certified Network Engineer). He will continue to work with Hadlo on design and deployment of its network infrastructure primarily used in the VoIP sector. Bown will also be involved with Ms. Zygadlo and Thomas Hadden in the continued expansion of the SS7 network targeting Tandems for interconnection to ILECs and IXCs.
Anderson Telephone. Ms. Rose also serves as an advisor to Vault Telephone, Inc.
voice and data services. With 30 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, Mr. Wright has a broad background in business development, marketing, network procurement and operations. His long-standing relationships with RBOCs, ILE’s, primary IXCs, CLE’s, wireless carriers, and cable providers has enabled him to build a well-respected and profitable company.
Mr. Wright was Senior Vice President of Sales at Vault Telephone where he increased revenue with profit margins above industry standards, and was with Telespan Carrier Access as Executive Vice President, taking responsibility for all aspects of the start-up company including network planning, network procurement, product development, P&L responsibility, and revenue growth.
In 2004, Wright founded Cellular International, a company delivering an IVR-based ANI recognition platform as a solution for business and consumer mobile phone users to drastically reduce costs for international calls and directory assistance listings. He has also held senior management positions at TCAST Communications, Global Crossing, MCI, and ComSystems.
Mr. Wright graduated Cum Laude in 1985 from Southern Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
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