Huawei Australia General Manager, Enterprise Channel Sales, Gavin Milton-White, has left the company.
ARN understands Milton-White was headhunted by another company.
His LinkedIn page shows him now working for "wait and see".
His 10-month tenure at Huawei Australia is now listed as June 2011 to April 2012 and is closed off.
Huawei would not comment on the circumstances surrounding Milton-White's departure from Huawei Australia but it comes only days after Huawei was banned from supplying equipment for the National Broadband Project project due to security concerns.
The company called the government's decision a "setback".
ARN has been told by an anonymous source that Milton-White resigned.
Milton-White has 19 years in the ICT industry was previously director Australasia of ShoreTel for one year and eight months and before that spent three years and eight months at Avaya as a director and distributions director and regional SMB sales leader.
Milton-White comes into the role with 18 years experience in the ICT industry, including four years with Avaya as director of channels and distribution, and one year and eight months as regional director at Shoretel.
At the time of his appointment Milton-White said, "I believe Huawei’s entry into the enterprise space will have a huge impact on the market.”
ARN has also confirmed that the director of the Vodafone Hutchison account for Huawei has also left the company.
More to follow