Guillermo Salazar joined Mercury Wireless in 2015 as a Lead Web Developer and is currently the Company’s engineering Manager. Guillermo’s focus is on solving problems and figuring out modern solutions to achieve meaningful digital experiences for users. Guillermo has over 10 years of experience in coding, collaborating and leading cross-functional teams.
Guillermo Salazar joined Mercury Wireless in 2015 as the Company’s Lead Web Developer. In this role Guillermo has assist with and eventually taken over development of our proprietary Company operating system, Ceres.
Ceres is the software infrastructure that runs Mercury Wireless, Inc. and its subsidiary companies. The platform manages all Sales, Support, Field Services, and Accounting functions within the company, tying all departments and functions together into a centralized web-based platform for easy cross department communication and management.
Guillermo’s additional responsibilities include assisting with software-based solutions for broadband mapping and regulatory compliance, and management of our development team that assist Guillermo in executing the Company’s vision.
Mercury Broadband is a leading provider of high-speed Internet and digital phone service. The Company was founded in Topeka, KS, after recognizing a need for Broadband Internet access in rural America. A hybrid approach to serving these "last-mile" customers was developed by extending high capacity fiberoptic networks with the range, reliability, and flexibility of carrier-class wireless technologies.
Mercury Broadband offers fast, reliable and unlimited internet access to connect and empower the communities we serve.