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Procera appoints Juniper Networks' senior executive to its BoD

09 May 17

​Procera Networks recently announced the appointment of Vince Mollinaro to its board of directors.

Mollinaro has almost 30 years of experience within a range of senior executive positions, including Alcatel-Lucent and Juniper Networks.

Procera says Mollinaro’s expertise in building commercial teams to serve tier-one customers and partners around the world will help the company extend its position in key markets for its virtualisation and cloud offerings.

CEO at Procera Networks, Lyn Cantor says Mollinaro is a great addition to the board.

He has built a track record of driving growth and delivering customer value on a global scale,” says Cantor.

“Vince also brings a wealth of hands-on experience in a number of operational areas and will be very helpful in guiding us on how to continue to lead the market with our virtual and cloud initiatives.”

Beyond his new position on the Procera Board, Mollinaro is currently chief customer officer and executive vice president at Juniper Networks.

Prior to joining Juniper in 2009, Mollinaro held senior executive and in-country regional positions at a number of big industry players including Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, and Internap Network Services.

Mollinaro also sits on the Telecommunications Industry Association board. He will support Procera’s overall business objectives and will leverage his experiences in go-to-market execution, engineering, product management, and operations.

“Procera has grown rapidly and they are helping to shape the virtualisation space through its packet intelligence and digital decisioning work with telecom and network operators around the world,” says Mollinaro. 

“I am looking forward to supporting the leadership team’s initiative in growing to the next level.”

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