Juniper Networks Announces Global Sales Management Team; Jeffrey Lindholm Appointed to Vice President, Worldwide Sales.Business/Technology Editors
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 26, 2002
Juniper Networks Juniper Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: JNPR) is an information technology company based in Sunnyvale, California and founded in 1996. The company designs and sells Internet Protocol network products and services. , Inc. (Nasdaq: JNPR JNPR Juniper Networks, Inc. (stock symbol) ), a leading provider of trusted infrastructures for the New Public Network, today announced the management appointments of its new global sales team under the leadership of Jeffrey Lindholm, vice president, Worldwide Sales. Lindholm reports to Jim Dolce dol·ce Music
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"With this sales management team, Juniper Networks is well positioned to extend our market leadership by delivering a comprehensive portfolio of IP infrastructure products that enable service providers, carriers, and PTTs throughout the world to increase their revenue-generating service offerings," said Jim Dolce, executive vice president, Worldwide Field Operations, Juniper Networks. "This is a highly qualified and experienced international sales team and these executives all have successful track records in the networking industry."
Jeffrey Lindholm, Vice President, Worldwide Sales
Jeffrey Lindholm brings nearly two decades of networking sales and service management experience to Juniper Networks. Most recently, he was vice president, Worldwide Sales and Service at Unisphere Networks Unisphere Networks was a leading networking equipment manufacturer founded in 1998 and later acquired by Juniper Networks in June of 2002. Unipshere was inititally comprised of three other key networking equipment manufacturers:
Don Pyle, Vice President, North American Sales
Don Pyle joined Juniper Networks in August 1997, and was instrumental in building its organization and customer base in the eastern United States. Prior to joining Juniper Networks, Pyle was a Regional Manager at Cisco Systems where he managed one of the largest regions in the service provider division. He also served as Regional Manager at StrataCom, prior to its acquisition by Cisco. Previously, Pyle spent 10 years at Case Communications where he held sales and management positions that concentrated on service providers.
Adam Judd, Vice President, Asia Pacific Sales
Adam Judd, former vice president, Sales, Asia Pacific at Unisphere Networks, brings more than 11 years experience in international sales, marketing and business development in the networking industry to this position with Juniper Networks. He has been focused on the regional carrier and service provider markets for the last eight years, having headed up the Internet and Telecom business unit for Bay Networks Asia, and managed the carrier business development and marketing solutions division for Nortel Networks.
Eddie Minshull, Vice President, EMEA Sales
Eddie Minshull joined Juniper Networks in August 2001, bringing a wealth of international telecommunications and IT experience. Prior to joining Juniper Networks, Minshull was president, Northern Europe and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. UK & Ireland at Alcatel where he was responsible for $5 billion of revenues and 10,500 employees across nine countries. Before Alcatel, Minshull held numerous senior executive positions including executive vice president and general manager, North America at Newbridge and director, Worldwide Channel Services at Compaq.
Tim Lambie, Vice President, Latin America Sales
With more than 20 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, Lambie brings a strong concentration in international sales, marketing, and business development to this position. Most recently, Lambie held the same position at Unisphere Networks. Prior to joining Unisphere Networks, Lambie was the director, International Sales at NetCentric Corporation, where he was responsible for the creation and development of all sales opportunities outside North America. In addition, Lambie closely managed the coordination of corporate, field, and channel resources for national and multinational business opportunities for more than five years as the manager, Intercontinental Telecommunications Business Development, at Wellfleet Communications, Inc. / Bay Networks, Inc.
About Juniper Networks
Juniper Networks leads the industry in turning network innovation into the reliable delivery of core, edge, mobile and cable Internet services at scale for the New Public Network. Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, Juniper Networks offers additional information on its product and service offerings at www.juniper.net.
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