Accelerite Appoints Dean Hamilton as Senior Vice President and General Manager


Accelerite, a provider of software for simplifying and securing enterprise infrastructure, has announced the appointment of Dean Hamilton as senior vice president and general manager of Accelerite’s IoT Service Enablement Business Unit. The company’s IoT Service Enablement Business Unit under Hamilton will focus on expanding the Concert IoT service creation and enrichment platform for rapid and simplified service creation, platform creation and ecosystem monetization.

“We are very proud to have Dean join the Accelerite team as the new general manager of our IoT Service Enablement Business Unit. His deep industry knowledge of the IoT and M2M markets will be of tremendous value as we continue to extend Accelerite’s role in building IoT ecosystems for today’s exciting markets,” said Nara Rajagopalan, CEO, Accelerite. “Dean’s visionary thinking will aid us as we continue to innovate with the Concert IoT platform.” 

During his career in the technology industry, Hamilton has co-founded several technology companies and held senior executive roles at companies in the areas of next-generation networking, cloud computing, machine-to-machine communications, and enterprise network security. Named among the “The Top 8 Technology CEOs to Watch” by, his areas of expertise include technology and business strategy, product innovation, design, development, and delivery.

“The Accelerite Concert IoT Service Creation and Enrichment Platform is truly a game-changing product concept. Companies across all industries – from agriculture to heavy manufacturing to transportation -- can build ecosystems of IoT applications for their markets, on their own IoT platforms, powered by Concert,” said Hamilton. “I absolutely believe that the power to bring the entire vertical market ecosystems to life through shared data provided by the Concert IoT platform will transform smart companies and smart cities around the world. I look forward to working with our current and future customers to discover what new and exciting services the future will bring.”

Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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