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Juniper looks within for new NZ boss

07 Aug 12

Juniper Networks has announced the appointment of Ken Lord as New Zealand's Country Manager through promotion.

After initially leading the Kiwi team responsible for driving the company’s business in the Service Provider sector, Juniper says Lord will help continue growth across the country.

Joining the company in 2008, Lord will bring over 15 years of experience in the Telco sector to his role, previously working as senior engineering and business development roles with both carriers and vendors.

The company shake-up sees Ian Quinn head to Hong Kong to form part of Juniper’s APAC Advanced Technologies team, specialising in Converged Supercore.

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