AireSpring has announced that industry veteran Wendell Nelson has joined the company as its Senior VP Wholesale Sales.
As a key member of the AireSpring management team, Mr. Nelson will draw upon his 25 year career in the industry to support the continued momentum AireSpring is experiencing in both its domestic and international wholesale business.
In his new role, Mr. Nelson will lead AireSpring’s wholesale team to maximize opportunities within AireSpring voice and data services, both domestically and internationally. Additionally, Mr. Nelson will spearhead AireSpring’s expansion into new markets and opportunities as he further develops the wholesale team.
Throughout his extensive telecom career, Mr. Nelson has built a reputation for success as an executive in corporate development, mergers and acquisitions, finance, engineering, sales and operations. Most recently, he served as Vice President of Corporate Development at TailWind Voice & Data, assisting them with expanding their opportunities beyond national technical support and dispatch services and into the connectivity business. Prior to that, he held the position of SVP Wholesale Sales at Global Capacity, (formerly MegaPath and Covad Communications) where he ran wholesale sales for over eight years.
“We are very excited to welcome Wendell to the AireSpring family,” stated AireSpring president and chief revenue officer, Daniel Lonstein. “He brings just the right balance of experience in both wholesale voice and data. He will be developing and leading a growing team as we expand our presence in all aspects of wholesale. AireSpring’s wholesale value proposition is unique in that we have network to network interfaces (NNIs) with over twenty US carriers enabling us to offer very competitive pricing on circuits. Additionally, our QuoteSpring online portal shows real-time pricing, connectivity options and lit building information across hundreds of thousands of business addresses affording both domestic and international customers and service providers the ability to maximize their options and pricing using a single interface and single US provider.”