Cisco executive Brenda Boehm joins Tango Networks as president and CEO

Telecom Lead America: Tango Networks has appointed Brenda
Boehm as president and chief executive officer.

 

Before joining Tango, Boehm directed Cisco Systems’
Hosted Cloud Solutions product management organization.

 

Tango Networks, a technology provider that enables
enterprises to embrace the power of mobile unified communications, works with
several Tier 1 mobile carriers in the U.S., Europe, and Asia.

 

The board has been impressed with Brenda’s industry
experience and drive, and is excited to have her lead the company’s business
strategy and collective vision for continuing to foster and develop unique
value-add solutions,” said Andrew Silver, co-founder and chief technology
officer of Tango Networks.

 

Boehm has more than 20 years of experience in wireless
and wireline telecommunications.

 

Before Cisco, she was vice president of Business
Solutions for Starent Networks, a telecommunications equipment company.

 

Before Starent, Boehm held leadership responsibility at
Nortel Networks, Citizens Communications, MCI, and a number of other
communications service providers.

 

The company’s continued effort to provide revolutionary
enterprise communications and improve the way people interact is inspiring. I’m
excited to be a part of Tango’s next chapter as we work to expand upon the
company’s solid foundation,” Boehm said.

 

Tango also appointed Craig Freeman as vice president of
Sales for the Americas and member of the senior management team.

 

Freeman has more than 25 years of sales experience in the
telecommunications industry.

 

Prior to joining Tango, Freeman was the vice president of
Sales for GENBAND North America, vice president of International GPON Sales
Development for Ericsson, and has held various executive sales positions at
Entrisphere, Paradyne, Santera Systems, Accelerated Networks, and Nortel.

 

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