Set-top vendor Pace Micro Technology plc has tapped Michael Pulli as president of its Americas division.
Pulli will assume those duties starting in January, and be based at Pace's Boca Raton, Fla., office.
Pulli takes over for Neil Gaydon, who will return to the United Kingdom to become Pace's executive vice president, where he will head up the company's worldwide sales and marketing efforts.
In the U.S., Pace has digital set-top deployments with Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks and Comcast Cable. It's also the only set-top maker to have licenses for Scientific-Atlanta's and Motorola Broadband's conditional access system technology.
Pulli, who will report to Gaydon, most recently held exec positions at Digital Latin America (DLA) and Motorola.