09.09.2008 12:15 PM
Harmonic re-works sales management team
Harmonic Inc. has announced a number of new appointments and promotions within its sales management team.


The company has appointed Ian Graham as Vice President of Sales and Support for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA); Glen Sakata has been named Vice President of Sales for the Americas, with responsibility for North America broadcast, satellite and telco sales, as well as Latin America sales across all market segments; Jim Marino was recently promoted to Vice President of Sales for North America Cable; and Raymond Tse's responsibilities as Vice President of Sales for Asia Pacific were expanded to encompass China.


All of these sales executives report to Matt Aden, Harmonic's Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Service. Graham joins from Motorola's Home & Networks Mobility division, where he held senior positions in sales management including Vice President of Motorola Sales & Services Inc for the EMEA region. Sakata brings 20 years of advanced video processing and control system sales, marketing, and business development experience, and originally joined Harmonic in 2001. Both Marino and Tse have been part of Harmonic's sales management team for several years, joining the company in 2001 and 2000 respectively.


"The appointment of Ian, Glen, Jim and Raymond to these new and expanded roles reflects Harmonic's focus on growing our business around the world and offering exceptional support to both existing and new customers," said Matt Aden, Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Service, Harmonic. "Each of these outstanding executives brings a wealth of experience, leadership and a customer focused attitude which I am confident will benefit Harmonic and our customers."

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