Aurora taps sales lead for western U.S.

Mon, 12/14/2009 - 7:10am
Brian Santo

Don GardinaAurora Networks has named Don Gardina as director of sales for the West U.S. Region.

Gardina joins Aurora from Harmonic Inc., where he led U.S. sales. Prior to that, he was with Hewlett-Packard.

Gardina will report to David Lang, Aurora Networks' vice president of sales for the U.S. regional market.

Lang said: “As cable operators expand beyond their traditional residential customers, they are considering growth options with a developing slate of commercial offerings, including support for cell tower backhaul and ultra-fast broadband connections for enterprises of all sizes. [Gardina’s] knowledge of the cable and broadband industry, coupled with his expertise on how operators can evolve their networks for next-generation services, makes him a strong fit for our team.”

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