ALTINEX NAMES THOMAS NOACK AS NEW MARKETING MANAGER

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Altinex has announced the appointment of Thomas Noack as their new Marketing Manager. Tom was most recently Marketing Director of Operation Technology, Inc. and prior to that Managing and Marketing Director of Comstock, Germany.

Thomas Noack, has over 15 years of experience in corporate marketing and creative production. "Tom is an extremely valuable asset to the Altinex, Inc. team," said Jack Gershfeld, president and CEO of Altinex, Inc. "His previous career in the film and TV production industry and his recent positions at OTI and have made him a marketing expert in the technology field. We welcome Tom and look forward to the new strategic and creative insights Tom will bring to ALTINEX."

"ALTINEX is the most promising company in this business with many exiting new product to be released in the coming years and the most personal customer relations model I have encountered in the technology field," said Tom Noack. "I see tremendous potential and opportunity to excel this company as the innovator in AV industry. I am very excited to be a part of this and look forward to working with the development and customer relations team as well as the distributors in the US and abroad, who have been an integral part of the companies success."

Tom began her career as a cameraman in German. His international film TV production career as cameraman and technical director brought him to assignments in London, Los Angeles,and other international locations. After many years of production management, he joined Comstock, Inc., one of the largest stock photography companies in the USA, as Managing and Marketing Director of their German office. As VP of Production for MCY MusicWorld Inc, one of the pioneers in the online music retail business, he was heading the web production, software development and e-marketing department. At Operation Technology, Inc., a software development company, Thomas was Marketing Director for the US and the international markets.

For additional information, contact:
Jack Gershfeld, President and CEO
ALTINEX, INC.
(714)990.2300

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