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Built to last.
This is QMC Telecom.

Our vision is to foster growth in every community that we touch, from our clients and employees to our partners.
The way we do this is by enabling connectivity.

We are a vital component of the communications landscape, and through our solutions, we empower people and businesses to connect seamlessly with one another. We take this responsibility seriously. We are only great insofar as we solve client needs—or, in this case, your needs.

We also only succeed if our partners succeed. That is why we have cultivated close relationships at every level of the wireless ecosystem, and why our partners have stayed with us as we have scaled. From suppliers to wireless integrators to DAS consultants, we empower the many parties who work with us, both with our capital as well as our expertise and collaborative approach. Our investor base is at the core of these relationships.

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Investing in connectivity is investing in the future.

QMC invests in infrastructure for the long term. To fund our deployments, we maintain a high-quality pool of capital through both our equity commitments and corporate credit facilities. Our shareholder base is supportive, experienced, and well-capitalized.

Our largest shareholders include Housatonic Partners, Accel Partners, Grupo Santo Domingo, Peterson Partners, and Pacific Lake Partners.

Our Board of Directors

QMC is governed by a world-class board of directors, with representation from private equity funds such as Accel and Housatonic Partners, as well as seasoned entrepreneurs and operators from Ascenty and Asurion.

Our Board of Directors represent an invaluable asset that is essential to our success and ability to create company value.

William N. Thorndike, Jr.

Housatonic Partners

Founder of Housatonic Partners in Boston in 1994 and Managing Partner since then. He previously worked with T. Rowe Price Associates and Walker & Company, where he was appointed to the Board of Directors. He graduated from Harvard College and has an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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John Locke

Accel

John Locke joined Accel in 2009 and helps lead the firm’s growth fund. John is the lead investor and board member in SeatGeek, GoFundMe, Lightspeed, Wyzant, Invoice2Go, Pond5 and QMC Telecom. John grew up in Ashland, Ohio and graduated from Princeton.

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Gerald Risk

Asurion

Gerald Risk most recently served as Vice Chairman of Asurion, the world’s largest provider of technology protection services. Before joining Asurion, Gerald was an investment banker with Goldman, Sachs & Co. Gerald holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce with Honors from Queen’s University in Canada.

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Mark Hilderbrand

Housatonic Partner

Mark Hilderbrand has been a Managing Partner at Housatonic Partners since 2006. Prior to Housatonic, he was a General Partner at Onset Ventures and a Vice President at Summit Partners. Earlier in his career, he worked as a management consultant at Bain & Company. Mr. Hilderbrand holds a BS from Boston University, a MS from Stanford University, and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.

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Arthur Patterson

Accel

Arthur Patterson has helped management teams develop companies into market-defining leaders for five decades. Arthur currently serves on the boards of several private companies including: Centrify, Integral Development, IronPlanet, Krux Digital, NewlineNoosh and Poplicus. Prior to co-founding Accel, Arthur was a general partner of Adler & Company. His career in venture capital began at Citicorp Venture Capital. Arthur graduated from Harvard and lives in San Francisco with his wife and their four children.

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Christopher Torto

Ascenty

Chris Torto is the CEO and Founder of Ascenty, a leading data center company in Brazil. Prior to that, Chris was the founder and CEO of Vivax, the second largest cable TV company in Brazil started in 1995 and acquired by NET Serviços in 2007. He was also CEO of Voyager Inc., an internet company that went public in 1999 (acquired by a U.S. telecom group in 2000). Chris holds a BA in Business Administration from the University of Maine and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

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