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Former Netscout Exec Samir Marwaha Joins Sandvine as CMO

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Former Netscout Exec Samir Marwaha Joins Sandvine as CMO Image Credit: Sandvine

Sandvine, a global leader in active network intelligence, announced that Samir Marwaha has joined as the Chief Marketing Officer.

Bringing almost 30 years of experience from a range of senior executive positions, including Netscout and Danaher. Marwaha will be responsible for driving Sandvine’s service provider and enterprise active network intelligence solutions.

Marwaha has extensive experience in the communications industry and was most recently VP & GM of New Markets Business at Netscout. He was instrumental in successfully uniting Netscout’s portfolio of disparate businesses following the acquisition of Danaher’s communication platform.

Marwaha held several key leadership positions at Netscout/Tektronix Communications over the last 18 years in various departments, including product management, channel sales and marketing. He has also worked in various capacities at Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent in engineering and services roles.

Samir Marwaha, CMO, Sandvine
Sandvine’s unique solutions will help operators and enterprises accelerate their productivity and cost control while keeping up with Quality of Experience expected from the most demanding subscribers.

Lyn Cantor, President and CEO, Sandvive Networks 
Samir has the ability to convert the demands of our customers into innovative, impactful launches that enhance our solution offering to telcos, enterprises, and governments.

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