Aruba Networks appoints new VP for EMEA

New regional VP will focus on growing revenues and market share

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Aruba Networks appoints new VP for EMEA Wolfram Fischer, vice president for the EMEA region, Aruba Networks.
By  Roger Field Published  December 11, 2013

Aruba Networks, a provider of next-generation network access solutions for mobile enterprise, has appointed Wolfram Fischer as its vice president for the EMEA region.

In his role, Fischer will work to grow market share and grow revenue with partners, alliances and associates, strengthening Aruba Networks' position in the mobile enterprise in EMEA.

"Aruba's next-generation Wi-Fi solutions place it at the forefront of a wireless networking market that is growing exponentially," Fischer said.

John DiLullo, EVP of worldwide sales, Aruba Networks, said: "As mobile devices become increasingly central to our daily lives, the networking industry must evolve to accommodate the resulting connectivity needs. Wolfram's experience growing market share in international markets ideally positions him to help our customers succeed in this dynamic and business-critical environment."

Prior to joining Aruba Networks, Wolfram worked at Siemens Enterprise Communications as EVP for EMEA and Asia Pacific. Before that he spent 25 years at Hewlett-Packard, in various executive positions including VP of professional services for software, general manager of consulting and system integration and managing director for enterprise services and technology in Germany.

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