July 29, 2008
Juniper Networks Names Philip O’Reilly As Vice President, U.S. Enterprise Sales
Juniper Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:JNPR), the leader in high-performance networking, today appointed Philip O'Reilly to the position of senior vice president of U.S. enterprise sales. A seasoned leader, Mr. O'Reilly joins Juniper Networks from Solunet, where he served as the chief executive officer.
"We are very excited to have someone of Phil's caliber lead the enterprise sales organization in the U.S.," said John Morris, executive vice president, worldwide field operations, Juniper Networks. "Phil's enterprise and management expertise will be a great asset to the company, as we continue to deepen the strategic relationships we have with high-performance businesses and deliver innovations to the market that ensure mutual long-term success."
Mr. O'Reilly, 53, joins Juniper Networks after nearly five years at Solunet, Inc., an infrastructure solutions provider and Juniper Global Partner, where he served as chief executive officer overseeing the overall administration, sales, acquisitions and international business development functions. Prior to Solunet, Mr. O'Reilly was chief financial officer and vice president of business development for Datavon, Inc., a voice-over-internet-protocol (VoIP) service provider in Texas. He has also held multiple executive roles in companies in the manufacturing and technology verticals. Mr. O'Reilly has a J.D. from Western New England College School of Law and an MBA from Penn State University.
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