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Singapore’s Temasys announces two senior hires

Nurdianah Md Nur | March 19, 2015
The startup has appointed David Holloway as its vice president of commercial and Nadine Yap as its vice president of product.

Temasys, a Singapore-based global startup focusing on web real-time communications (WebRTC), has appointed David Holloway as its vice president of commercial, and Nadine Yap as its vice president of product.

In his role, Holloway will lead Temasys' international go-to-market efforts. He brings over 25 years' experience across sales, business development, strategy, general management and human resources, with experience in Australia, Asia Pacific and the United States with companies such as  BMG, Sony Music, AOL and Microsoft.

David Holloway of Temasys
David Holloway, Temasys' vice president of commercial. Credit: Temasys.

Yap, on the other hand, will oversee product strategy development, product life cycle management and international product execution at Temasys. During her 15 years' of experience in the digital media industry, she has held roles in business operations, marketing and product development. Her previous roles include the vice president of product at Viki, which was acquired by Rakuten; director of product marketing, media products and solutions at Yahoo! Southeast Asia; and technical product and product management at

Nadine Yap Temasys
Nadine Yap, Temasys' vice president of product. Credit: Temasys

Temasys offers full-stack solutions for WebRTC, a browser-based technology and emerging standard of peer-to-peer connectivity. The company claimed that its products make it easy for developers and businesses to provide high quality, low-bandwidth audio, video chat and secure data transfer between users via the web, mobile, desktop or embedded within an app.

The company added that it has doubled in size over the past 12 months as it adds new customers and expands the development of its Skylink platform. The Skylink platform provides a telco-grade, enterprise ready infrastructure to developers.  It aims to drive WebRTC proliferation on mobile applications via Skylink iOS and Android software development kits (SDKs), on top of its desktop SDKs.

"Temasys sees the opportunity for millions of developers and businesses to take advantage of Skylink as they realise WebRTC's potential to revolutionise business communications and collaboration," said Temasys CEO Chip Wilcox. "The addition of Holloway and Yap ensures that we are well placed to capitalise on the technology's growth and proliferation as we broaden our reach and what we offer to an expanding global market."


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