Telecom Lead Asia: Cambium Networks, a provider of
wireless broadband solutions, has named Roy Wittert as vice president of Sales
and Marketing for the APAC region of the company.
The appointment is a part of the company’s strategy to
strengthen its regional operation and build upon its existing client portfolio.
The company’s existing client portfolio includes a mix of
enterprise, industrial, government, wireless service providers.
Under this new role, Melbourne-based Wittert will drive
regional growth by developing strategic marketing opportunities to further
expand on Cambium’s presence within the wireless market.
With more than 20 years experience in the IT and
communications industry and proven success in the APAC region, Roy knows the
market and will be fundamental to our growth in the region,” said Philip Bolt,
CEO of Cambium Networks.
Additionally, Wittert will also be promoting the
company’s core offering, including point-to-point (PTP) and point-to-multipoint
Many countries in the region, like Australia with the
NBN, are showing an almost unparalleled commitment to broadband for its
citizens. Here at Cambium we believe our fixed wireless technology solutions
are well suited to meet the demanding conditions of these challenging and
bandwidth-hungry markets and are an excellent complement to fibre solutions,”
Roy Wittert said.
Prior to Cambium, Wittert served Motorola Solutions
during his two years of tenure, where he was the sales lead for wireless
network solutions within Australia and New Zealand.
Wittert also served companies such as Vantage
Systems, Volante and 3D Networks, SynOptics, Wellfleet and Bay Networks.
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