Elena Kinakin to Head Finance for Fiber Optic Equipment Company
VANCOUVER, Feb. 4 /CNW/ - Ignition Point Technologies Corp. is pleased to
announce that Ms. Elena Kinakin has joined the company as Chief Financial
Officer, replacing Stephen Majlath who has resigned to pursue other
Ms. Kinakin brings 20 years of finance experience, including senior
positions at a range of private and publicly held companies. Prior to joining
Ignition Point, Ms. Kinakin was Chief Financial Officer of Spectrum Signal
Processing Inc. Ms. Kinakin holds a Certified General Accountant designation.
"We are extremely pleased to attract Elena to our executive," said Neil
McDonnell, Chief Executive Officer of Ignition Point. "As the company's
operating subsidiary Teraspan gains momentum capitalizing on the significant
growth in fiber deployment across the globe, Elena will be an important member
of our team. Her extensive experience managing the accounting and finance
functions in a high-tech, public company environment will be valuable during
the company's growth stage."
About TeraSpan Networks
TeraSpan is a product and services company which has developed and
commercialized a patent-pending "Vertical Inlaid Fiber" (VIF) system for the
rapid, non-disruptive, and low-cost deployment of fiber optic networks.
TeraSpan's cost effective last-mile solutions help companies and organizations
meet rapidly growing end user demand for "last mile" high-speed voice, video
and data communications applications.
About Ignition Point
Ignition Point Technologies Corp. (TSX-VEN:IPN) is a Vancouver-based
broadband communications company providing innovative solutions to expand
connectivity to public and private networks. Ignition Point's operating
subsidiary is TeraSpan Networks Inc. www.teraspan.com. For more information,
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For further information: Press Contact: Elena Kinakin, Chief Financial
Officer, Ignition Point Technologies Corp., Phone: (604) 633-9090