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Juniper Networks promotes Jonathan Davidson as executive VP and general manager

Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks has announced the promotion of Jonathan Davidson to the position of executive vice president and general manager for Juniper Development and Innovation. He will now take care of the development and business growth for Juniper’s routing, switching, and security businesses as well as oversee the evolution of Juniper’s silicon and software. He will step into the shoes of Rami Rahim, who is presently the CEO of the company.

Speaking about this development, Rahim said, “I am excited to promote Jonathan to executive vice president and general manager of Juniper Development and Innovation. He is a forward-thinking industry leader with a successful track record of understanding what customers need to run high-performance networks that are reliable, scalable and secure.”

Davidson is associated with the company since 2010 and was taking care of the Edge Routing and Aggregation Business product management and strategy. Last year he was appointed as the senior vice president and general manager for Juniper Networks Security, Switching and Solutions Business Unit. Excited about his new role, he commented, “I am honored to lead the Juniper Development and Innovation team, which is focused on delivering groundbreaking technologies, products, solutions and software to help our customers solve their most critical business problems.”

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