iBAHN appoints EMEA boss

iBAHN is appointing vice president and managing director for EMEA, Thomas
Weiss.

Weiss will be tasked with continuing the company’s success in the EMEA
territory by developing pivotal business strategies to build on iBAHN’s
presence, while driving the development of new regions.

He joins from Juniper Networks, where he was formerly head of sales for
emerging technologies in EMEA. He offers a wealth of experience with
more than18-years sales, marketing and management knowledge in the
networking, security and systems integration space.

Prior to this, Weiss worked for a number of influential international
players including Peribit Networks, Nortel Networks, Hoffmann-La-Roche
and IBM, where has was responsible for major business growth in Europe,
EMEA and APAC.

David Garrison, president and CEO of iBAHN comments: “Thomas’ arrival
signals the start of an exciting period for iBAHN. We have always
maintained a strong position in the key EMEA regions, and we are
confident that Thomas has the experience, knowledge and passion to take
us to new heights. I know Thomas has many innovative ideas, and we look
forward to supporting his success.”

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iBAHN’s current managing director EMEA, Graeme Powell, will assume a new
role with the company as senior vice president, corporate development
and finance, EMEA.  Powell, in his 7 year tenure at iBAHN, has overseen
the European business expand across 16 countries and will work with
Weiss to continue to drive corporate growth and scale.

Thomas Weiss, vice president/MD EMEA, iBAHN comments: “What impresses me
most about iBAHN is the growth potential of the company. The high
standard of iBAHN’s connectivity services is second to none, and there
is still plenty of room for development. EMEA is an exciting territory
for the high-speed internet access market, and we intend to make sure
iBAHN continues to lead from the front.”

Weiss will be based in Munich, Germany, but will divide his time between
the German offices, the UK and the rest of EMEA.
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