Veraz Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq:VRAZ), a leading global provider of IP softswitch and media gateway solutions, announced today that Dawn Hogh has been named the company’s Vice President of Marketing. In this position she will oversee the global marketing operations for Veraz.
Ms. Hogh brings extensive marketing and business development experience from the telecommunications and networking industries. Prior to joining Veraz, she served as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at OpVista, Inc.. Ms. Hogh has also held senior executive positions at Ciena Corp (Nasdaq: CIEN) as Senior Vice President, Product Management and Marketing, Kestrel Solutions as Vice President, Marketing, and Lucent Technologies, as Vice President, Market Management.
“The strength of Veraz’ product offerings and large global customer base as well as its seasoned management team made it a very attractive opportunity,” said Dawn Hogh. “As service providers continue to drive towards high revenue services and quicker time to market for new services, the strength and flexibility of Veraz’s next generation and IMS portfolio is making a considerable impact. I look forward to being part of the company’s future growth and success.”
“We are delighted to welcome Dawn to the Veraz team,” said Doug Sabella, President and CEO of Veraz. “Her extensive experience in the telecommunications industry will help us to achieve greater global business goals and move the company forward.”
About Veraz Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:VRAZ)
Veraz (www.veraznetworks.com) is a leading global provider of IP softswitches, media gateways and digital compression products that enable voice, video and other multimedia services. Wireline, broadband and wireless service providers in over 50 countries have deployed Veraz’s IP product suite to transport, convert and manage voice and multimedia traffic over both legacy and IP networks. Veraz products allow service providers to quickly and efficiently migrate from traditional voice networks to all-IP, fixed-mobile and multimedia networks consistent with emerging IMS standards.