Industry Moves: Nexage; PlayPhone; Clearwire; Motally

Nexage: Ernie Cormier has been appointed CEO and president, taking over for Founder Devkumar Gandi. Cormier has held executive roles at Lagardere, Nextel and Virgin Media (NSDQ: VMED). He also serves on the boards of directors for Integrated Mobile and New Potato Technologies.

PlayPhone: Three digital media execs join the team: Chia-Lin Simmons is VP of marketing, Richard Hancock is chief commercial officer to EMEA and Ata Ivanov is VP of engineering. Simmons has held management positions at AOL (NYSE: AOL), Amazon’s Audible, Wired and CNET, among others. Hancock previously spent nine years on Zed’s worldwide management team and Ivanov co-founded TV search company Jacked.

Clearwire: Sean Maloney has resigned from the company’s board of directors due to medical reasons. He is currently on leave from Intel (NSDQ: INTC), where he holds the positions of executive vice president and co-general manager of Intel Architecture Group (IAG). In the interim, Arvind Sodhani, EVP of Intel and president of Intel Capital, has been nominated to the company’s board of directors.

Motally: The mobile analytics firm added members to its board of directors and advisory board: Former M:Metrics and Jupiter Research executive Seamus McAteer is joining Motally

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