D-Link appoints new chairman
Networking vendor announces that Douglas Hsiao is to succeed John Hsuan as chairman
Networking vendor D-Link has announced the appointment of Douglas Hsiao as the new global chairman of the board. He will replace John Hsuan, who will continue to serve on the board.
Hsiao has over 30 years of experience in the industry and has served as D-Link's CEO and vice chairman of the Board since 2015.
Hsiao is the former general manager and current corporation representative of the board director at Alpha Networks Incorporated. He also previously held positions as sales manager at Wang Laboratories, vice president of sales at Lite-On Technology Corporation, and columnist at DigiTimes.
Hsiao graduated from National Chiao Tung University with a degree in telecommunication engineering. He continued to be involved with his alma mater, as he became CEO of the Branding College of his Alumni Association.
"I am honoured to be named chairman, and I have confidence in continuing D-Link's success in creating innovative, high-quality networking solutions," said Hsiao. "D-Link has been a market leader for over 30 years, and I look forward to leading D-Link as it enters a new era."