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Sonus Networks nomme Serge Adam au poste de Vice-Président de la société pour la zone EMEA

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Serge Adam, Vice President EMEA, Sonus Networks (Photo: Business Wire)

Serge Adam, Vice President EMEA, Sonus Networks (Photo: Business Wire)

EVENEMENT:   Sonus Networks, un chef de file mondial des communications SIP, a nommé Serge Adam au poste de vice-président de la société pour la zone EMEA. Fort de plus de 20 années d'expérience dans la zone EMEA, M. Adam est un vétéran du secteur. Il sera chargé des ventes, du marketing et des services dans la zone EMEA, ainsi que de la supervision des opérations courantes dans la région.
 
POSTE: Pour rejoindre Sonus®, M. Adam quitte Cisco Systems où il a occupé le poste de directeur général des prestataires de services de l'organisation des ventes de services, et auparavant celui de Vice-Président de Tandberg pour le Sud de la zone EMEA et l'Amérique latine. Immédiatement avant, M. Adam avait occupé le poste de PDG des Services commerciaux pour la Suisse chez Orange Business Services. Il a également occupé des postes de cadre supérieur EMEA chez Netsize et IBM.
 
LIEU: M. Adam sera basé en Suisse.
 
MOTIF: Alors que les entreprises du monde entier accélèrent leur passage au SIP afin de réaliser les économies de coûts et des applications plus sophistiquées afférentes, M. Adam est chargé d'aider les entreprises de la zone EMEA à réaliser ce potentiel et à utiliser le SIP pour unifier leurs communications dans le but d'accélérer, de rendre plus efficace et de rentabiliser leur activité. Simultanément, M. Adam prévoit de s'inspirer de son expérience pour faciliter la création de nouveaux services destinés aux prestataires de services, qui leur permettront d'accroître leur entreprise au fur et à mesure du passage au SIP.
 
TAGS: Serge Adam, EMEA, Sonus Networks, SONS, VoIP, SIP, SIP Communications, Session Border Controller, SBC, Hosted Cloud-communications, Unified Communications, UC
 
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PLUS: Sonus aide les principaux prestataires de services et sociétés de communications du monde à adopter les solutions basées sur une nouvelle génération de logiciels SIP dont des solutions VoIP, vidéo et de communications unifiées par le biais de réseaux IP sécurisés, fiables et modulables.

Sonus s'est avéré être le vendeur de contrôleurs de session en périphérie connaissant la croissance la plus rapide du marché de la prestation de services depuis 2011, avec 13,3% d'augmentation de sa part depuis le premier trimestre 2011 - soit la plus importante du secteur. (source: Infonetics Service Provider VoIP Equipment and Subscribers," 2Q12 report).

Sonus a récemment publié la première édition des ouvrages de référence "Les contrôleurs de session en périphérie pour les nuls"®, "La gestion de session pour les nuls"® et "Les liaisons SIP pour les nuls"® , en collaboration avec John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Pour plus d'informations, veuillez visiter www.sonus.net ou appeler le 1-855-GO-SONUS.

 

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