Palladium Technologies names vice president

Palladium Technologies named David Arnold vice president of business development.
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Palladium Technologies named David Arnold vice president of business development.

For 15 years, Arnold has been in the luxury residential, commercial and marine/aviation markets, with relation to IP automation and control.

As the recent vice president of international business at Savant Systems LLC, he set up the distribution and field engineering for the company and developed and managed all business-to-business relationships in the international markets. The markets included Australia, New Zealand, ASIA, EMEA, Russia, South America, Central America/Caribbean and Canada.

Earlier he was a co-founder of Atlas Broadband, one of the Southeast's first DSL providers, and the director of business for DirecNet a pioneering company in the high-speed wireless sector and an ISP provider.

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