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U.S.’s Juniper Networks appoints Hatem Hariri general manager, Middle East and Africa

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Juniper Networks, an industry leader in automated, scalable and secure networks, today announced that Hatem Hariri has been appointed as general manager, Middle East and Africa. In this role, Hariri is responsible for all aspects of sales strategy, planning and operations across Juniper’s entire MEA business.

Hariri brings 20 years of technical, sales and senior business management experience in telecommunications to this role at Juniper, having worked with technology vendors, including Avaya and Nortel across the MEA region and globally. Hatem’s experience covers the telecommunications and diverse vertical enterprise sectors, including government, oil and gas, education, hospitality, banking and small-medium businesses.

“Juniper has a first-class routing, switching, data centre and security portfolio, plus an extremely strong position in software-defined networking. I look forward to working diligently with Juniper sales, technical engineering and partner teams across this region to help our customers build innovative networks that can drive their business success for the long term,” said Hatem Hariri.

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