coreNOC Led by Wireless Industry Leaders

November 1, 2019 – Dallas, Texas, USA – coreNOC was formed by three wireless industry leaders, each with over 25-years’ experience.  Johnie Johnson, CEO of coreNOC, brings more than 30 years of experience in the wireless industry.  Mr. Johnson has held executive positions in rural, regional and national wireless companies including: Infiniti Broadband, Branch Communications, Nex-Tech Wireless, U.S. Cellular, Telecorp PCS, Suncom Wireless, AT&T Wireless and Mid-Missouri Cellular. One of Mr. Johnson’s many success stories was leading the organization at Nex-Tech Wireless from a start-up with zero subscribers to a company generating over $80 million dollars in annual revenue with 80,000 subscribers in just eight years.

Mr. Johnson has served in leadership roles for CTIA and CCA wireless industry associations.  He served as President and Chairman of the Board, as well as, Chairperson for several Executive Committees including Government and Regulatory Affairs where he testified before Congress on behalf of the wireless industry.  Mr. Johnson was recognized by his industry peers and awarded Rural Cellular Association’s 2009 Outstanding Achievement Award.

“I am very excited about our latest venture in the wireless industry. It is great to team up with such dynamic individuals who are so passionate about what we do and the services we can provide both domestically and globally,“ stated Johnie Johnson, CEO of coreNOC.

Matt Stoiber, coreNOC’s COO, also brings a rich history of wireless industry experience, including leadership roles at Sprint and Leap Wireless (Cricket Communications).  During his fourteen years with Leap Wireless, Mr. Stoiber led over 1,000 employees across several functional and operational areas. His role expanded to lead Market Launch Operations, which was responsible for the construction and launch of new spectrum representing over 80 million POP’s.

As Senior Vice President and General Manager for Cricket Wireless, Mr. Stoiber expanded the device product relationships and pursued global sourcing practices with ZTE, Huawei, LG, Samsung, Motorola, Kyocera, RIM and Apple.  At Sprint, Mr. Stoiber utilized his previous experience in consumer goods at Procter and Gamble to help create the Online Asset Exchange, a global industrial asset network.

“We have this great opportunity to assist our peers in the industry with products and services that will help them acquire new subscribers and retain current ones at a much lower cost for 4G and 5G,” stated coreNOC COO, Matt Stoiber.


Tyler McCue joins the coreNOC leadership team as Chief Technical Officer with an impressive and comprehensive technical portfolio in the wireless industry. His leadership roles included positions with Verizon Wireless, Sprint PCS and Northern Telecom.

Some of the highlights in Mr. McCue’s wireless career include working to reduce operational exposure by more than three billion dollars over a 3-year period, implementing processes and procedures to better track and true-up inventory, creating a database program that is being used nationally to give visibility to engineering and purchasing in order to reduce excess inventory saving millions of dollars.

During Mr. McCue’s time at Verizon Wireless, he created a program to repair and restore inventory that could be redeployed or sold, which generated revenue and maximized assets. Lastly, Mr. McCue developed and deployed a national platform for all IP addressing within Verizon. This cut outages associated with incorrect IP address assignments by 80%.

“Our team is dedicated to delivering the highest quality products and services while making them the most affordable options in the marketplace,” stated Tyler McCue, coreNOC Chief Technical Officer.

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About coreNOC

coreNOC’s mission is to provide the highest quality technology-based solutions in the most competitive manner to facilitate positive deliverables for the company, strategic partners and customers. The company’s primary product offerings include: a Virtual Common Core to reduce the cost for carriers to deploy 4G and 5G technology, Infrastructure Equipment at an outstanding value for the rural carriers and emerging global markets and a SIM Bank for domestic and international roaming services at very competitive rates.