Full Spectrum Inc. Announces Appointment of Eric Brock to Board of Directors

Full Spectrum Inc., a leading supplier of private licensed wireless data networks, announced that Eric Brock has joined the Company’s Board of Directors as Executive Chairman. In this role, Brock will help guide the company on strategic matters and assist in attracting growth capital.

“We are thrilled to have Eric join the Full Spectrum team,” said Stewart Kantor, CEO and co-founder of Full Spectrum. “He brings a wealth of business experience which will be valuable in building our organization to support rapid growth. One of Eric’s near-term priorities will be to secure the financing needed to support our growth plans as the demand for our FullMAX technology and product portfolio continues to expand across multiple market sectors, both domestically and internationally.”

Brock has over twenty years of global banking and investing experience. He currently manages a private investment fund after having recently left Clough Capital Partners, a Boston-based investment firm where he was a founding partner and Portfolio Manager. His portfolio responsibilities at Clough included significant activity in Asia and the emerging markets. Prior to Clough, Brock was an investment banker at Bear, Stearns & Co. and an accountant at Ernst & Young, LLP.

“Full Spectrum is an innovative company working to enable the rapidly emerging Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) through FullMAX and I am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead for the Company,” said Brock. “Full Spectrum has spent considerable energy developing valuable, ready-to-go technology designed to meet the rigorous demands of wireless industrial applications, including security, capacity and reliability. Today, we have unsolicited interest from a variety of industries for numerous applications including automated electric grids, oil & gas fields and pipelines, rail and autonomous transportation, security and commercial & industrial drones. We expect Full Spectrum to be poised for substantial growth as we execute our plan to scale the organization.”