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Andrew Trickett Appointed To Head Up D-Link ANZ Service Provider Business

Aussie tech industry veteran Andrew Trickett has joined D-Link, heading up the company’s service provider business in Australia and New Zealand.

Trickett brings a range of experience to the role, having most recently spent 11 years at Netgear, rising to head Netgear’s ANZ and wider Southeast Asia ISP business divisions, and prior to Netgear held the role of technical product manager for NetComm Wireless.

“Andrew brings a wealth of expertise in the service provider space, with a track record of significant customer wins throughout the region, working across key product portfolios, including DSL, mobility, Powerline and other associated segments,” D-Link ANZ managing director Graeme Reardon commented.

“With his deep technical knowledge and understanding of the service provider market, our clients in this space can look forward to enjoying even higher levels of engagement.”

Trickett has acquired experience across 3G/LTE, HFC, FTTP, xDSL, VoIP and DECT technologies during his time in the industry.

“I’m delighted to be joining D-Link at a time when the company’s ANZ business is breaking records, and as the potential for exciting technologies designed to address the requirements of the NBN, mobility and 4K content reaches new levels,” Trickett commented.

“I look forward to working with the D-Link team to continue the momentum by partnering with service providers both large and small to drive growth even further in the local market.”

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