Pacnet has appointed Andy Lumsden as chief technology officer, the integrated network and technology solutions company announced on 15 October.
The company also announced the appointment of Jim Fagan and Cardi Prinzi as president of Managed Services, and president of Enterprise Markets, respectively.
These senior hires are connected to the new strategic plan, the company said in a statement. As part of that plan, chief executive officer Carl Grivner has recruited several additional industry experts to join Pacnet's already strong senior leadership team.
"Jim, Andy, and Cardi each bring significant experience and unique qualifications to their respective roles that are critical for Pacnet's evolution," said Grivner.
Fagan joins Pacnet following four years as managing director of Rackspace. To his new role he brings expertise in developing managed and cloud services as well as data centre management, marketing, and sales.
With more than 20 years of industry experience, Lumsden returns to Pacnet from Xtera Communications where he was managing director for Asia Pacific. He will lead efforts to maintain the company's technology leadership with next generation network platforms and work to deliver the infrastructure for managed services.
Prinzi has 22 years of executive level experience in marketing, sales, and product management. He joins the company after three years at EarthLink as executive vice president of Marketing for EarthLink Business and president of New Edge Networks.
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