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Frederic Thepot, From Marconi to Dynarc
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Frederic Thepot, from Marconi to Dynarc
Brian Noel, from Level 3 to Atoga Systems
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Brian Noel, from Level 3 to Atoga Systems
Darryl E. Ponder, from ADC to Optical Solutions
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Scott Rothrock, from Alcatel to Yotta Networks
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Scott Rothrock, from Alcatel to Yotta Networks
Arlon Martin, from Lucent to Agility
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Arlon Martin, from Lucent to Agility
J. Curt Hockemeier, from AT&T to Arbinet
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J. Curt Hockemeier, from AT&T to Arbinet
Ian Wright, from Cisco to Ditech
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Ian Wright, from Cisco to Ditech
Alex Dobrushin, from Atmosphere to Amber Networks
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Alex Dobrushin, from Atmosphere to Amber Networks
Bassam Halabi, from Pluris to Extreme
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Bassam Halabi, from Pluris to Extreme Networks
Wilhelm Kremer, from Lucent to Quantum Bridge
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Wilhelm Kremer, from Lucent to Quantum Bridge
Robert Gourley, from MCI WorldCom to Tachion
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Robert Gourley, from MCI WorldCom to Tachion
Alan Brown, from Lucent to Mayan
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Alan Brown, from Lucent to Mayan


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