Aruba Networks appoints Wolfram Fischer as vice president EMEA

Previously at Siemens Enterprise Communications, Fischer’s role will involve growing market share and revenues and developing new partners and alliances

Aruba Networks appoints Wolfram Fischer as vice president EMEA

Wi-Fi provider Aruba Networks today (5 December 2013) announced the appointment of Wolfram Fischer as vice president EMEA. In his role, Fischer will work to grow market share and grow revenue with partners, alliances and associates, strengthening Aruba Networks’ position as a leader in the mobile enterprise in EMEA.

“Aruba’s next generation Wi-Fi solutions place it at the forefront of a wireless networking market that is growing exponentially,” said Fischer. “With its comprehensive portfolio, the company continues to meet and exceed the demands of our increasingly connected world. I look forward to extending these services further across the EMEA region and helping to realise Aruba’s vision of simple, secure and reliable wireless networking.”

"As mobile devices become increasingly central to our daily lives, the networking industry must evolve to accommodate the resulting connectivity needs,” said John DiLullo, EVP of worldwide sales. “Wolfram’s experience growing market share in international markets ideally positions him to help us succeed in this dynamic and business-critical environment.” 

Prior to joining Aruba Networks, Fischer developed his career at Siemens Enterprise Communications as executive vice president for EMEA and Asia Pacific. Before that he spent 25 years at Hewlett-Packard, in various executive positions including vice president of professional services for software, general manager of consulting and system integration and managing director for enterprise services & technology in Germany.

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