QuStream names Burn VP, Global Sales and Marketing

Corporation has several new assignments to its management team that it says
will strategically increase its presence in the established and emerging global
markets. Karlton Burn assumes the position of Vice President of Global Sales
and Marketing reporting to QuStream Chairman, President and CEO Frederick L.
Godard. Karlton Burn will oversee the global sales development & operation,
channel management, customer service and marketing communication functions.

Robert McAlpine, Vice President of Sales and Marketing Communication has
tendered his resignation after 30 years with PESA and now QuStream. He will
remain with QuStream for a mutually agreed period before moving on to pursue
his interests.

QuStream has appointed functional vice presidents for four business segments
reporting directly to Karlton Burn:

Randy Lloyd assumes the new position of

Sales – Western Region. He is responsible for the western

U.S. region
sales management and strategic marketing. Previously, he had been the Vice
President of Strategic Sales since 2004 and has been with the Company since

Robert Hivner has been promoted to

Sales – Eastern Region. He will be responsible for the eastern

U.S. region
sales management and strategic marketing. Prior to his promotion, Robert has
served as the sales area manager in a number of different regions, most
recently as the Mid-Atlantic Area Sales Manager. He has been with the Company
since 1997.

Kent Cawthorne assumes the newly created position as Vice President, Customer
Support. He will oversee the general sales operation and customer support of

market plus assist in maintaining global channel programs. He has been with the
Company since 2001 and has been involved in the industry for 17 years.

Kirk White continues to serve as Vice President, Government Sales. He is
responsible for all sales management, support and strategic marketing of the

U.S. government
market. Kirk has been with the Company since 1984.

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