San Diego-based Continuous Computing, a provider of software and equipment for telecom equipment manufacturers, said Monday that it has named PJ Go as CEO, and appointed Randy Lunn as Chairman of the firm. Go has been serving as interim CEO of the firm. Lunn is a founding partner of Palomar Ventures, and was previously on the board. Lunn was also an original investor in the firm, which is backed by Palomar, Intel, Viterbi Group, and others. The company did not make any statement about Ken Kalb, former chairman, CEO, and co-founder of the firm.
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