Juniper this week tapped a Cisco executive to run corporate development.
Luis Avila-Marco has been named senior vice president of corporate development, reporting to Juniper Chairman and CEO Scott Kriens, with responsibility for corporate strategic planning, as well as the development of strategic relationships for the company. Avila-Marco had been vice president of corporate strategic planning for Cisco's Scientific-Atlanta video and set top box business, where he spent 14 years in a range of engineering, product management, sales and marketing and corporate development positions.
Most recently, Avila-Marco served as the vice president of corporate strategic planning at Cisco/Scientific-Atlanta, with responsibility for leading all activities related to defining, communicating and implementing corporate strategy. Prior to joining Scientific-Atlanta, Avila-Marco served for several years in a series diverse roles in the cable industry in Spain.
At Juniper, Avila-Marco succeeds Spencer Greene who has taken on a new assignment at Juniper, serving as the company's senior vice president of customer advocacy. Greene will focus on customers' business and networking requirements.