Ex-Aircom CEO will take over 30 years experience from the mobile market with him.
Mobile communication solutions firm MACH has announced Darryl Edwards will takeover from current chariman Charles Gurassa in the hotseat from January 13th 2012.
The appointment will see Edwards move on from his position of CEO at mobile network software development company Aircom International.
Edwards has more than 30 years of experience in the telecommunications industry during which he occupied a number of senior executive roles.
Talking of the transition, Edwards, said: "I am delighted to join MACH as chairman of its board. I look forward to working closely with the board and management team to expand on the current success and seize the opportunities that exist for MACH."
Morten Brøgger, CEO of MACH, said: "Darryl Edwards brings a vast amount of international strategic experience and business acumen, especially in the global wireless sector, and will certainly be an invaluable addition to MACH as we continue to expand our mobility service offerings.
In addition, Edwards will also advise global private equity firm and MACH shareholder Warburg Pincus on telecommunication related topics.
Gurassa held the position for four years and will continue to support the company as a director.