Jesse E. Russell Sr.
Chairman and CEO

Jesse Russell has guided the fate and fortune of incNETWORKS since it was founded in 2000 as a fourth-generation broadband wireless communication solutions company that designs, sells, and manages privately owned wireless voice and data communications equipment and networks for cellular and wireless applications. He prepared for his career by earning a B.S. Degree in electrical engineering from Tennessee State University in 1972, and his M.Sc. in electrical engineering from
Stanford only a year later, while already a member of the technical staff of AT&T, where he was busily designing traffic data collection systems using microprocessor-based portable data terminals for interfacing to electromechanical switches. As the technology progressed,
so did Russell's career. By 1984, he was head of the Cellular Base
Station Software Design Department, responsible for project management
and development. By 1986, he was director of the AT&T Cellular
Telecommunications Laboratory.


He was the company's chief wireless architect by 1992 and vice president of AT&T Advanced Communications Technologies from 1996 to 2000, where he extended AT&T into new
businesses and markets. Through the years, he has become a widely recognized expert in the wireless communications industry as a trendsetter who continues to shape the industry.

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