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Juniper ramps up NZ operations

04 Apr 11

Juniper Networks has made three appointments to its New Zealand operation. 

The appointments are of Raj Unnikrishnan to Commercial Account Manager, Dave Sharples to Systems Engineer and Alex Grant to Partner Account Manager.  

Juniper says the new hires are "a strategic part of Juniper Networks’ investment in New Zealand and will strengthen the quality of service delivered to customers”.

Ian Quinn, Country Manager, New Zealand, explained, "These appointments reflect not only our objective of achieving growth in New Zealand but our commitment in delivering the highest possible levels of service and support.  

"Tackling issues such as data centre capacity and scalability are major concerns for organisations in New Zealand that Juniper is playing a significant role in helping address.”

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