TANDBERG Television Taps Dario Choi In Asia-Pac

Dario was previously Senior Sales Director, responsible for overseeing the development of TANDBERG Television's sales and business opportunities in SE & NE Asia.
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TANDBERG Television has announced that it has appointed Dario Choi as Vice President and General Manager of TANDBERG Television Asia-Pacific with immediate effect. Dario will be responsible for the TANDBERG Television business in the region and will lead all commercial operations including the sales, engineering, customer support, marketing, finance and administration teams. Dario was previously Senior Sales Director, responsible for overseeing the development of TANDBERG Television's sales and business opportunities in SE & NE Asia. He joined TANDBERG Television in April 2003, with 13 years experience in sales, marketing and customer support in various industries, including broadcast, telco and ISP.

"For the past 5 years with TANDBERG Television, Dario has distinguished himself with a track record of sales success, broad and deep customer relationships and a solid understanding of the technologies and solutions driving our own and our customers' businesses," says Eric Cooney, President and CEO of TANDBERG Television. "I am confident that Dario is well placed to lead the APAC team to its next level of success and to ensure that we continue to enable our customers to deliver next-generation, personalized television experiences."

"The Asia-Pacific region is a highly dynamic media market where TANDBERG Television is enabling the introduction of digital TV and rapidly facilitating new revenue generating services such as HDTV, IPTV and on-demand, non-linear entertainment," says Choi. "I am excited to be taking the helm at this pivotal time in the industry's and the region's history and am honored by the opportunity to work closely with our customers, our partners and most importantly the talented and dedicated TANDBERG Television team in the region."

Dario was previously with SkyStream Networks as the Managing Director of Asia-Pacific. He has an Electrical Engineering degree from University of Alberta, Canada and is a member of the International Engineering Consortium and the ISP-Satellites Forum.