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Larry Silver to Head DMI Federal Mobility Business Development; Jay Sunny Bajaj Comments

DMI logoLarry Silver, formerly director of U.S. government sales at BlackBerry, has joined DMI as vice president of business development for federal mobility.

Silver will work to oversee DMI’s mobile enterprise services for public sector clients, develop integration strategies and advise government partners on managing mobility infrastructures, the company said Thursday.

Jay Sunny Bajaj, DMI’s founder and CEO, said Silver will seek to help existing and potential government partners familiarize with the company’s technologies and services.

He most recently led BlackBerry’s federal agency businesses and managed contracts with Fortune 100 companies.

The 30-year management and government sales veteran also held various roles at AT&T (NYSE: T), a MicrosoftQualcomm joint venture and Federal Data.

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