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New A10 Networks VP tasked with expanding regional channel market share

New A10 Networks VP tasked with expanding regional channel market share

“As a seasoned industry veteran, he is well suited to lead A10 sales regions within the Asia Pacific Theater, including Australia and New Zealand.”

Application networking provider A10 Networks has appointed Song Tang Yih as Vice President of Asia Pacific (AP) sales, tasked with further expand A10’s global sales operations, including channel and regional divisions.

Song brings over 20 years of sales and leadership knowledge to A10 Networks following stints at IBM and also as VP of Asia Pacific for Palo Alto Networks as well as F5 Networks.

“We are pleased to welcome Song to the A10 Networks team,” says Ray Smets, VP worldwide sales, A10 Networks.

“He has a great reputation as a sales leader, building strong customer connections and enabling internal teams to reach new goals and attain maximum results.

“Song’s expansive industry knowledge and hands-on management experience will help us take our global sales teams to the next level.

“As a seasoned industry veteran, he is well suited to lead A10 sales regions within the Asia Pacific Theater, including Southeast Asia, Taiwan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand.”

Most recently, Yih held key management roles at Metech International Limited and Advance SCT Limited, and will also be responsible for developing new and existing C-level customer relationships across the region.

“A10 Networks has an exceptional technology portfolio as well as a strong management team comprised of notable industry veterans,” Yih adds.

“I am very pleased to be joining the A10 Networks team and look forward to all that we will accomplish together.”

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