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Acceleration Systems appoints Senior Network Architect

Cleveland, Ohio, April 30, 2015– Acceleration Systems, a cloud-based bandwidth optimization solution company, today announced it has hired a seasoned network architect to join the company’s core engineering team. Kelly Olsen has joined the company as a Senior Network Architect to help drive technology development and innovation. Kelly will be based out of the company’s Cleveland, Ohio headquarters.

In her new role at Acceleration Systems, Olsen will apply her comprehensive experience in complex networking design and operations in order to advance current and future product technology. In addition to product development, Olsen will ensure real world product operation for customer field testing prior to wide scale product deployment.  She is also particularly adept at designing and implementing reporting, diagnostic, management, and alerting systems which will allow Acceleration Systems to further accommodate customers’ special needs and requests.

“Kelly’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge makes her a key player at Acceleration Systems from the moment she walks in the door.  Our revolutionary technology led us to look for an addition to fit our spirit of leading edge technology and unprecedented service,” said Michael Kister, President and CEO of Acceleration Systems. “I’m confident that Kelly will play a fundamental role in providing and implementing high-quality bandwidth optimization solutions. She’s an absolute rock-star.”

Olsen draws on over 25 years in the network and engineering industry. Most recently, she was a Senior Network Engineer at Skycasters, a satellite Internet provider, where she was responsible for all aspects of the core network infrastructure as well as the satellite architecture. Prior to that she was an engineer at Amos Data Systems, handling critical system design and implementation for clients across Northeast Ohio. Kelly studied electrical engineering, physics, engineering, and mathematics at The University of Akron.