Etherlive appoints new team members as London 2012 projects gather pace

April 19, 2012


Wiltshire’s Etherlive appoints new team members as London 2012 projects gather pace Chris Mooge and Michael Jones (pictured) have joined Etherlive to support the company's activities in the capital for the London Media Centre during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Chris and Michael will be based at Etherlive's Chippenham head office before transferring to the capital where Etherlive will manage the IT infrastructure at the main One Great George Street venue and a number of associated locations.

Chris joins after seven years at the VT Group and Babcock International; he brings significant engineering experience and troubleshooting capabilities to complement the existing team. Michael has been appointed as a client support engineer having enjoyed a career with high-profile brands Fujitsu and Specsavers.

Etherlive will provide a state of the art infrastructure, enabling high-speed internet, IPTV and VoIP telephony to hundreds of workstations and edit suites catering for thousands of journalists expected to be welcomed at the London Media Centre during the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. This service will be responsible for transmitting hundreds of thousands of hours of video content, voice calls, and inter/intranet connections.

Tom McInerney, director at Etherlive said: “We are delighted to welcome Chris and Michael to Etherlive. They will both add a wealth of expertise to our London division at a crucial time, allowing us to ensure the best possible communications delivery for the world’s media during the ‘Greatest Show on Earth’.”

Etherlive are a leading provider of technology services for the events industry with customers including the Southampton Boat Show, World Triathlon, Goodwood Estate, Masterpiece, and WOMAD Festival.


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