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Alcatel appoints Ric Clark as Chief Technology Officer for Australasia

  • 08 December, 2005 13:53

<p>Alcatel today announced that Ric Clark has been appointed Chief Technology Officer for Australasia, effective January 9, 2006.</p>
<p>Based in Melbourne, Mr. Clark will be responsible for strategic marketing and direction on the development of Alcatel’s products and services in the Australian, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea markets, ensuring that the solutions provided to Alcatel’s customers continue to deliver real business value.</p>
<p>With more than 20 years experience in telecommunications, Mr. Clark has held a number of senior positions in the industry before joining Alcatel. His most recent role was at NICTA, where he held the role of Chief Operating Officer, responsible for NICTA's operations with a particular focus on commercialisation and intellectual property activities, and leads its industry development and outreach program.</p>
<p>Prior to that Mr. Clark was Managing Director of Ericsson’s Research and Development company, Ericsson Asia Pacific Lab Australia. He has also acted as a Director on several ICT start-ups.</p>
<p>“Ric brings to Alcatel and to our customers, a wealth of knowledge about the Australasian market, regulatory environment and technology development. His outstanding pedigree in innovation will be invaluable to continuing Alcatel’s success in this market. I am delighted to have him join our team,” commented Hilary Mine, Chief Executive Officer, Alcatel in Australasia.</p>
<p>Commenting on his appointment, Ric Clark said; “Alcatel’s leading position with end-to-end product and service offerings – covering access technologies and devices, core networks, applications and professional services has ensured the company is a global leader in innovation. This leading position is even more significant as operators globally move to transform their networks, and convergence becomes a reality – so clearly I am delighted to be joining Alcatel, especially at such an exciting time for the entire telecommunications industry.”</p>
<p>About Alcatel
Alcatel provides communications solutions to telecommunication carriers, Internet service providers and enterprises for delivery of voice, data and video applications to their customers or employees. Alcatel brings its leading position in fixed and mobile broadband networks; applications and services, to help its partners and customers build a user-centric broadband world. With sales of EURO 12.3 billion and 56,000 employees in 2004, Alcatel operates in more than 130 countries. For more information, visit Alcatel on the Internet:</p>

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