Randy Nelson departs GP Batteries, San Diego, as national sales manager to join Multiplier Industries, Mt. Kisco, NY, as national sales manager, U.S. sales and marketing.
William Zucker, product line manager, moves up to vice president of marketing at Spectrian, Sunnyvale, CA.
Changes at ArrayComm, San Jose, CA: William Ferguson exits Diva Communications, Oakland, CA, as senior field engineer to join ArrayComm as systems engineering manager. Fred Pantsios departs Jampro Antennas, Sacramento, CA, as Latin American sales and marketing manager to join ArrayComm as sales applications engineer.
Changes at Plant Equipment, Temecula, CA: Kenneth D. Adams leaves Axon Communications, Santa Ana, CA, as manager of software development to join Plant Equipment as senior software developer. George Caspary exits Pacific Bell, Concord, CA, as senior engineer in 9-1-1 systems to join Plant Equipment as customer service project manager.
Martin Cooper, founder and chairman of ArrayComm, San Jose, CA, adds to his responsibilities by becoming a director of Wireless Access, Santa Clara, CA.
Bret A. Berg leaves AST Computer, Irvine, CA, as director of product marketing and brand management, mobile products, and joins AirMedia, Newport Beach, CA, as director of product management of mobile products.
Changes at Location Systems, Dallas: Russell K. White departs Comdata-RoTec, Dallas, as national accounts manager to join Location Systems as sales manager for the On-Trac commercial fleet management products division. Ruth Ann Ledbetter leaves her position as sales and marketing coordinator at the Auto-Trac Division of E-Systems/Raytheon, Arlington, TX, and joins Location Systems as sales manager for the company’s on-line interactive consumer personal security and vehicle recovery system.
Changes at CNet, Plano, TX: Zhujun Li leaves Alcatel Network Systems, Richardson, TX, as consultant to join CNet as software engineer. Daniel Lo departs MCI, Richardson, where he was responsible for designing and implementing a software management system, to join CNet as software engineer. Robert L. Simpson leaves his duties as consultant for companies such as Object Database Systems and the Texas Department of Human Services to join CNet as software engineer.