FatPipe Networks Appoints AT&T Business Solutions Vice President of Technical Sales as New Senior Vice President of Strategic Business

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FatPipe Networks, the inventor and multiple patent holder of SD-WAN technology, announced today that Mr. Phil Hinson has joined the FatPipe senior management team as Senior Vice President of Strategic Business.

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Mr. Hinson previously was Vice President of Sales and Vice President of Technical Sales at AT&T and prior to that was Vice President of Sales at Bell South Telecommunications. At AT&T he was responsible for managing cross functional technical sales, account management, and operations team, delivering services to 1.2 million customers, and managed sales and revenue in excess of $7 billion annually. He was responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive sales strategies across a diverse portfolio of Multi-Site Voice, Cybersecurity, IoT, and wireless connectivity solutions.

“I am pleased that Phil has joined our team. We look forward to further developing our markets and key partners, and providing our customers with the highest quality product and service,” said Dr. Ragula Bhaskar, CEO of FatPipe Networks. “Phil’s deep technical and sales experience adds to the team’s depth and experience.”

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“I am very excited about the opportunity to join the FatPipe Team. It is a truly amazing opportunity to join a company with their depth of technical expertise and innovation,” said Mr. Phil Hinson. “I look forward to helping grow the business as we build upon FatPipe’s industry leading reputation and focus on customer satisfaction and quality delivery.”

FatPipe, in the Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice survey, obtained the highest rating of all SD-WAN and WAN Edge networking products in the market.

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