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Juniper eyes customer service-led approach

22 Feb 11

Juniper Networks has appointed Mark Iles as Vice President, Australia and New Zealand.

Based in Sydney, Iles is charged with driving growth opportunities in the service provider and enterprise markets.

“Mark’s industry experience has given him an intimate understanding of the marketplaces in both Australia and New Zealand,” said John Morris, Executive VP, Worldwide Sales, Juniper Networks. “Mark will bring a customer service-led approach which will continue to extend Juniper's leadership position in the marketplace."

Iles replaces Shaun Page who made the move to the US to become Juniper Networks’ Global Vice President, Service Provider Alliances.

In January Juniper debuted a new training and education programme designed to enhance the expertise of its partners in key areas of cloud networking, security, switching, routing and mobility.

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