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Connector hires Allied Telesis BDM

04 Oct 10

Connector Systems has named Ryan Ashton as its Allied Telesis National Business Development Manager.

Mark Dasent, General Manager of Networking and Wireless at Connector Systems, explained, “With the growth in our Allied Telesis business we are pleased now to have a dedicated BDM focusing on the further development of AT in the market.

Ashton comes from a background in sales and marketing and his role will be to assist resellers on networking opportunities as well as looking to add value including training, pre-sales support and network design.

Last month Connector signed an agreement to distribute the FalconStor software range of data protection solutions in New Zealand.

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