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DICE Corp. Names Carl Galsterer New Chief Network Architect

Galsterer will oversee all aspects of DICE’s IT infrastructure, including the design and implementation of customer networks and process standardization.

BAY CITY, Mich.  — DICE Corp. announces Carl Galsterer has been hired as the company’s new chief network architect.

Galsterer will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the company’s information technology infrastructure, including the design and implementation of customer networks and process standardization.

Galsterer has over 16 years of experience in network engineering as a senior engineer and was pivotal in building the Charter Spectrum network throughout Michigan and the Midwest, according to the company.

In his new position at DICE, Galsterer will work in combination with the company’s telecom partner, IPtelX, to develop “innovative and exciting opportunities” for the security industry, including advanced proprietary telecom networks designed specifically for alarm companies, DICE said in announcement.

As the security industry continues to experience new challenges with changing technology and consumer habits, DICE says Galsterer’s extensive knowledge will help make the company an integral partner for alarm companies looking to diversify their offerings.

This year, the company will start supplying a triple play of security software, phone, and internet services for residential and commercial subscribers. By offering this new approach, DICE says it is positioning alarm companies with the resources to be able to compete with cable providers, adding more ways to increase value for their customers and boosting recurring monthly revenue.

“We are very excited to have Carl join the DICE team,” says DICE Corp. president and CEO, Cliff Dice. “The new triple play of services we are making available for our customers is going to be essential for alarm companies moving forward. We already have a few customers testing this concept and they have doubled and sometimes even tripled their recurring revenue per customer. I am confident Carl’s contributions will help us continue to provide the unmatched service and value our customers have relied on for over 25 years.”

You’ll be able to learn more about DICE’s new ‘triple play’ at the company’s Tech Security Summit, taking place April 29 – May 2 in Nashville.

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