ARQ’s New Executive Team to Target Canadian Market

ARQ’s New Executive Team to Target Canadian Market

As the world’s wireless leaders converge on Toronto for the Canadian Wireless Conference, ARQ and its new management team, which has unique understanding of Canada’s telecom challenges, are poised to play a big role both at the conference and in the nation’s exciting wireless future.

ARQ – an award-winning international company that designs, installs and maintains indoor and outdoor wireless solutions for high-occupancy venues, including major international sports stadiums and high-rises as well as university and hospital campuses – has named David Pandoria its Vice President of Sales and Business Development. An experienced radio frequency engineer and marketing executive, David has a wealth of experience and a strong track record of success in the Canadian wireless markets.

“David has the connections, the creativity and the know-how to bring our turnkey style of products to new customers, particularly those in Canada’s major cities who have a strong demand for small cell networks in public places, ” said Kunal Hinduja, ARQ’s founder, president and CEO. “His experience in the field predates the data-driven networks that have taken over the way we as culture communicate and do business, and he is a visionary who uniquely understands where the industry is going.”

Before coming to privately held ARQ, David was the head of sales and business development for the Canadian region at both Xceed and Soluterlia. His leadership, deep industry insight and strong customer focus and relationships have landed him in leadership roles at companies such as Motorola, Ericsson, AT&T and T-Mobile.

“Joining a first-rate organization such as ARQ is really an honor. I’m inspired by the company’s executive leadership, its vision and its marketplace offering – turnkey solutions that run the full gamut from engineering to installation and integration work,” David said. “These products are ripe for markets like Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Quebec, and I can’t wait to discuss them with my industry peers at this year’s Canadian Wireless Conference.”

ARQ first made a name for itself in 2010 when it completed the Staples Center project in downtown Los Angeles, outfitting the famous venue with a high-capacity DAS in time for the NBA All-Star Game. From there, the company has handled projects ranging from the most crowded and high-profile stadiums in the world to popular Las Vegas resorts and convention centers. ARQ’s products have also been indispensible for the most technology-focused corporate campuses of Silicon Valley, such as the headquarters of Facebook, eBay and Yahoo!