Infrastructure Networks Appoints Mark Slaughter Chairman

 
May 22, 2019
Infrastructure Networks

HOUSTON, TX (May 22, 2019) — Infrastructure Networks, Inc., the leading applications and wireless LTE solutions provider to the energy industry, announced today that it has appointed Mark B. Slaughter as Executive Chairman of the Board.

Mr. Slaughter has over 35 years of experience in the oilfield services and remote communications industries.  Formerly the CEO of RigNet, Inc. (Nasdaq: RNET), he now serves as Chairman & CEO of Osprey Informatics.  In addition, he sits on the board of Geoforce and on the advisory board for eFrac Well Services.  He also serves on the endowment board for Boys and Girls Country of Houston.  Slaughter holds an A.B., C.L.G.S. from Harvard University and an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.

Scott Crist, CEO of INET, said, “We are delighted to have Mark join the INET board and serve as our chairman.  His experience, background and enthusiasm for INET make him a welcomed addition to the INET team.  Mark’s involvement will help the Company continue its rapid growth, enabling the digital oilfield over its advantaged wireless platform.”

About Infrastructure Networks

INET is a fully-integrated technology and telecommunications company that enables the ‘Industrial Internet of Things’ (“IIoT”).  The Company provides the first end-to-end, standards-based, dedicated wireless solution platform capable of supporting the full spectrum of IIoT solutions.  INET also owns or controls the 4G/ 5G LTE spectrum covering the majority of energy-producing assets in North America.  By providing wireless LTE connectivity and “plug and play” solutions to oil and gas and other industrial companies, INET has become the leader in providing innovative products and services to the industry.  INET manages critical communications through its CloudCore Wireless-Infrastructure-as-a-Service Platform.  As such, the Company enables existing SCADA, Mobile Data, Video, Workforce Automation, and other machine-to-machine applications with ‘Internet of Things’ functionality.