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D-Link welcomes tech veteran Andrew Trickett to new ANZ role

28 Jul 2016

Andrew Trickett, tech industry veteran and now head of service provider, has joined D-Link's ranks as the company improves its products and services across the ANZ region.

“I’m delighted to be joining D-Link at a time when the company’s ANZ business is breaking records, and as the potential for exciting technologies designed to address the requirements of the NBN, mobility and 4K content reaches new levels. I look forward to working with the D-Link team to continue the momentum by partnering with Service Providers both large and small to drive growth even further in the local market," says Trickett.

Trickett joins D-Link after spending eleven years at Netgear and headed its ISP business divisions across Australia, New Zealand and wider South East Asia.

Trickett has also worked at Netcomm Wireless as a technical product manager, as well as a number of other roles across the tech industry. D-Link believes his experience across 3G, LTE, HFC, FTTP, xDSL, VoIP and DECT technologies will be invaluable to the company.

“Andrew brings a wealth of expertise in the service provider space, with a track record of significant customer wins throughout the region, working across key product portfolios including DSL, mobility, Powerline and other associated segments,” says Graeme Reardon, D-Link ANZ managing director.

“With his deep technical knowledge and understanding of the service provider market, our clients in this space can look forward to enjoying even higher levels of engagement," Reardon concludes.

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