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Endace hires new VP Product Management to drive growth of partner program

02 May 17

​Endace recently announced a new appointment to their ranks.

Cary Wright will be joining the provider of high speed network recording and network history playback in early May as the company’s new VP of Product Management.

Originally from Ixia, Wright held the role of VP Product Development for Ixia’s Network Visibility products and was responsible for breakthrough network security and visibility products deployed at many Fortune 1000 enterprises and global service providers.

Wright joined Ixia following Ixia’s acquisition of Agilent Technologies in 2009, and was previously Agilent’s CTO and director of Engineering.

Now with Endace, Wright says he is looking forward to bringing his experience to bear in helping Endace further accelerate growth it has been experiencing.

“Security breaches are a daily occurrence at large enterprises and service providers, and Endace solutions enable the rapid incident response and resolution needed to respond to these threats and to protect business reputation,” says Wright.

“Endace has a talented team, unique products, and a strong history of innovation.”

CEO at Endace, Stuart Wilson says he is thrilled to have Wright on the team at Endace as he couldn’t be better suited to the role.

“Cary has more than 25 years’ experience in the telecommunications and networking industries, and has been pivotal in creating market-defining products first at Agilent and then at Ixia,” says Wilson.

“Cary is extremely familiar with our customers, and will be invaluable in continuing the evolution of our Network Recording and Playback solutions and driving the growth of our Fusion Partner program.”

Wright will be based out of Endace’s Melbourne office.

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