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Noble Named G M Of CruisePhone Subsidiary

CruisePhone, Inc. — a provider of cellular and satellite communications for the maritime industry — announced that Gene Noble has been named general manager of the mobile division for CP Communications International (CPCI), a wholly-owned subsidiary. In this position, Mr. Noble will oversee all non-cruise ship satellite communications products and services.

Prior to joining CruisePhone, he held senior management positions at Westinghouse Electric Corporation, including serving as president of the company's Wireless Communications Products division, during which time he was responsible for establishing Westinghouse in the mobile satellite products business. Mr. Noble is also credited as one of the founders of Westinghouse Security Systems.

CruisePhone offers maritime users the equipment and service for MSAT satellite service. The MSAT equipment offered by CruisePhone and CPCI is manufactured by Westinghouse's Mobile Satellite Communications division. For m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n o n CruisePhone Circle 1 0 4 on Reader S e r v i c e C a rd




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