By tillerdigital • December 1, 2011

David Miller Joins Infrastructure Networks’ Board of Managers

Houston, Texas, United States, December 1, 2011

Infrastructure Networks, a Houston, Texas-based provider of broadband wireless networks to Critical Infrastructure Industries, is pleased to announce the addition of David Miller to its Board of Managers. Miller brings 30-plus years of experience in telecommunications and the direction of public, private and non-profit entities to the Infrastructure Networks team.

Currently, David Miller is the COO of Flat Wireless, a privately-held, Texas-based provider of nationwide wireless telecommunication services. Previously, he served as the Vice Chancellor for Research and Commercialization for the Texas Tech University System from 2008 to 2011, where he had primary responsibility for the development of a diverse and growing number of technologies discovered within the University System. This oversight included intellectual property practices, licensing and a focus on the successful creation of start-up companies to enhance the economies of West Texas, the state of Texas and the nation.

Prior to joining the University System, David served as Vice President of Marketing at Alamosa PCS Holdings, Inc., Sprint’s largest telecommunications affiliate. David was part of the initial management team for this start-up entity and over the course of his seven years at Alamosa, David was responsible for the marketing, logistics and compliance functions. Alamosa was acquired by Sprint-Nextel in 2006 for $4.3b.

Miller is also the Founder of the National Institute for Renewable Energy, a non-profit, public-private partnership which provides services to the renewable energy industry and develops renewable energy research and power generation initiatives with a focus on disruptive technology deployment. He was appointed by the Governor of Texas to the Emerging Technology Fund and Small Business Incubator Board, and serves on the board of Texas Multi Core Technologies as well as CASA, OMEGA Mission and Living Abundantly Ministries.

“David Miller brings a unique perspective to the Infrastructure Networks team, and we are truly fortunate to have his insight.” stated Infrastructure Networks CEO Stan Hughey. “His vast and varied experience in the not only the tele- communications field, but in the direction of private and public organizations will be a tremendous asset to our company,” Hughey continued.

Founded in March of 2011, Infrastructure Networks has quickly assembled a team of notable and highly experienced members of the energy and telecommunications communities. In addition to Miller, the company benefits from the experience of founders Jack Fields, Stan Hughey and Kori Ugalde, as well as industry veterans Scott Crist, Todd Binet, and Andrew Lipman.

For more information on Infrastructure Networks, visit, or contact Kori Ugalde, Executive Vice-President, at

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