US Department of Justice CTO Jeremy Warren Joins 2GIG Technologies

matthew.bail@niceforyou.com | April 7, 2011

US Department of Justice CTO Jeremy Warren Joins 2GIG Technologies(R) as CTO

LAS VEGAS, NV – April 07, 2011 (Marketwire News) – In a major public to private sector move, Jeremy Warren, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the United States Department of Justice, has been hired as the new CTO of 2GIG Technologies, the Carlsbad, CA-based developer of home security and related systems. “We are fortunate to have one of the top federal technology executives coming to work for us at a time of major expansion and innovation at 2GIG,” states Todd Santiago, President.

As the CTO of the U. S. Department of Justice, Warren’s responsibilities included: formulating the Department’s technology strategy; providing technology expertise in program oversight and other contexts; performing research, evaluations, and proofs-of-concept; and serving as a coordinator of all aspects of the Department’s technical architecture.

As part of his duties, Mr. Warren oversaw the technical aspects of the development and implementation of the Department’s Law Enforcement Information Sharing Program (LEISP), which includes initiatives such as N-DEx, OneDOJ, NIEM, and LEXS.

Before coming to the government, Warren was Chief Architect of Lavastorm Technologies of Boston, MA, providing revenue assurance products to top-tier telecommunications companies. At Lavastorm, Mr. Warren focused on rules-based processing systems and large-scale data mining and statistical analysis. He studied Computer Science Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

About 2GIG Technologies. Formed in 2007, 2GIG Technologies designs and manufactures the most technologically-advanced residential security and home management solutions in the industry. 2GIG introduces GO!Control — the first self-contained, all-in-one security and home management system. 2GIG Technologies is a Principal Member of the Z-Wave Alliance(TM), which enables 2GIG to provide customers with one of the most innovative, interactive home security platforms on the market. In addition, the company’s partnership with T-Mobile(R)’s USA M2M division provides a robust wireless infrastructure for its security suite of products. 2GIG Technologies is committed to providing consumers with the flexibility and cost-effective technology necessary to manage their home automation and security functions from the panel’s LCD touch-screen display, the Internet, or their PDA. For more information about 2GIG Technologies, please visit www.2gig.com.

About Z-Wave. Z-Wave is an award-winning, proven and interoperable wireless mesh networking technology that allows a wide array of devices in and around the home to communicate including lighting, appliances, HVAC, entertainment centers and security systems. Z-Wave brings many benefits to everyday life including remote home monitoring, home healthcare, safety and security, and energy conservation. Z-Wave certified products are currently available from leading consumer brands in 400 products worldwide. For more information about Z-Wave, please visit www.z-wave.com.

About the Z-Wave Alliance. Formed in January 2005, the Z-Wave Alliance is a consortium of leading companies in the home technology space dedicated to solidifying Z-Wave as the standard for wireless home control products. The principal members include Cooper Wiring Devices, Danfoss, FAKRO, Ingersoll-Rand Leviton, Sigma Designs, 2GIG Technologies, and Universal Electronics Inc. (UEI). Its members lead the home controls market, providing leading edge products and systems that deliver increased comfort, convenience, energy conservation, safety and security. Z-Wave technology is the foundation of all products manufactured by the Alliance members. For more information about the Z-Wave Alliance, visit www.z-wavealliance.org.

Z-Wave(R) is a registered trademark of Sigma Designs and its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.