Exalt Names Gregory Marzullo as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales
CAMPBELL, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 10/31/13 -- Exalt Communications,
Inc., the leading innovator of next-generation packet microwave
backhaul systems, today announced the appointment of Gregory Marzullo
as senior vice president of worldwide sales with responsibility for
sales, channels, professional services, and support. Mr. Marzullo has
over 25 years of experience developing and leading go-to-market
initiatives which have secured over $1 billion in contracts for
start-up and multinational organizations in the Americas,
Asia-Pacific, and EMEA regions.
"Greg's background and extensive sales management experience are
perfect for Exalt's next phase of growth building partnerships,
expanding internationally, and delivering the next generation of
products," said Amir Zoufonoun, CEO of Exalt. "Exalt is poised to be
a global leader in microwave backhaul, and Greg will help us realize
this goal building on his past successes in growing markets."
Before joining Exalt, Mr. Marzullo was vice president of sales at
Fastback Networks, an early-stage start-up specializing in wireless
small cell backhaul and carrier Ethernet service edge extensions. Mr.
Marzullo also spent four years at Navini Networks as EVP global
sales, where he grew annual orders and revenues at an 80% CAGR,
leading to its acquisition by Cisco Systems in 2007. In previous
positions, he headed global sales organizations at two other access
technology start-ups, and also held several executive positions in
sales and marketing during a 10-year career at Nortel Networks. Mr.
Marzullo began his career in operations and marketing at Bell
Mr. Marzullo holds a Master of Business Administration from the Fuqua
School of Business at Duke University and a Bachelor of Science from
About Exalt Communications
Exalt Communications provides
next-generation packet microwave backhaul systems to mobile
operators, broadband service providers, government agencies, and
enterprises worldwide. Exalt wireless systems are used most often as
a complement or cost-effective alternative to fiber. They also have
been inherently designed to support the rapid build out of the LTE
mobile Internet infrastructure driven by ever growing user-generated
traffic and fueled by the accelerated adoption rate of smartphones
and tablets. www.exaltcom.com
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For further information, contact:
Vice President, Marketing Outbound & Channel
Exalt Communications, Inc.
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