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01 July 2015
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GlobalReach Technology Announces Two New Offices in APAC Region.

Expansion of Geographic Footprint will Support Strategic Plan for Global Growth.

LONDON – 01 July, 2015 – GlobalReach Technology (, a leading developer of advanced, carrier-class Wi-Fi software, announced the opening of two new offices in the Asian Pacific region: one in Sydney, Australia and the other in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

GRT’s Sydney Office is headed by Daniel Joseph, VP of Business Development for the Asia Pacific. With over 20 years in the IT and Wireless Infrastructure sectors, Daniel brings a wealth of expertise in the areas of large municipal and outdoor wireless networks, as well as the ability to work well with large municipal and other public-sector organisations to facilitate the deployment of Wi-Fi and other networking solutions in the public domain.

To manage the Kuala Lumpur office, the company has tapped Syed Yazrine Shahab, GRT’s Regional Director for ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations). Yazrine is a seasoned telecoms professional with 20 years experience and a veteran of both Malaysia Telecom and MCI Worldcom. His deep knowledge of international telecoms companies will help GRT in deploying their carrier-grade Wi-Fi solutions in a variety of markets and industry sectors throughout Southeast Asia.

The geographic expansion of GlobalReach’s sales and business development footprint is part of a larger strategic plan to grow the company’s business overall, according to CEO Nigel Wesley. “We are strategically concentrated now on building relationships with international carriers and OEM equipment manufacturers,” Wesley explained. “Our offices in the APAC region will not only help us to grow commercially in these markets, but will also allow us to expand our support capability for strategic clients and partners with manufacturing and R&D facilities in Asia.”


About GlobalReach Technology:

GlobalReach Technology is the Wi-Fi AAA and captive portal platform purpose-built for the world’s largest service providers, who use it to manage multiple, complex wireless services for their business customers.

Its software and cloud-based platform powers some of the world’s most complex Wi-Fi services, delivering billions of authentications a year. These include San Francisco, San Jose, New York, London, Sydney, Mexico and throughout Europe.

Media contact:

Kate Cleevely
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