Aruba Networks Appoints John DiLullo EVP, Worldwide Sales

Aruba Networks has appointed John DiLullo as executive vice president of worldwide sales. In his role, Mr. DiLullo will oversee the global sales and field operations organizations at the company.

Mr. DiLullo’s career spans more than 25 years in the networking industry, according to a statement by Aruba. Most recently, he served as president of Americas theater operations at Avaya. Previously, he served as president of both the Latin America and Asia Pacific regions for Avaya, vice president of worldwide sales, channels and field operations for SonicWALL, and vice president of channels and worldwide distribution for Cisco Systems.

Mr. DiLullo will be replacing Mike Kirby, who is stepping down from his sales position and will assume an advisory role.

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