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Endace names Kiwi non-executive director

01 Mar 10

UK-based network monitoring solutions firm Endace has announced the appointment of Mark Giles as a Non-Executive Director.

Giles is currently Chairperson of First Mobile New Zealand and has previously held senior management positions at IBM and New Zealand board positions at Alcatel and Vodafone.

Endace CEO Mike Riley said, “We’re delighted that Mark has agreed to join the Board. His focus, insight and understanding of the market and business will be of significant value to Endace as we continue to grow

the Group.”

Last September Endace reported that Neil Livingston had been appointed to the newly-created role of Chief Product Officer, where he will be responsible for product strategy, development and delivery.

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