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TUANZ's Newman resigns

TUANZ's Newman resigns

TUANZ CEO Ernie Newman has resigned after twelve years in the role.

An official statement is due later today from chairman Pat O’Connell, but in an informal email Newman explains he will be leaving the role in late September.

“It’s been a pretty interesting ride since I joined here in January 1999. It’s taken me to some incredibly interesting places, and brought me to meet some great people along the way. I’m really proud of the changes TUANZ has helped bring to the telecommunications landscape over that period,” Newman writes.

“TUANZ has kept me interested for 12 years which says a lot about the industry and the people. And last week’s Ministerial decision on Mobile Termination Rates brings a sense of success and closure to a suite of last-generation policy issues, making this as good a moment as any to make a move.” Read more at Computerworld.


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