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ATLANTA -- Dasan Networks USA is pleased to announce that Alexander Chun has been named the new Vice President of Sales. In his role at Dasan Networks US, Alexander will be responsible for driving revenue, managing customer relationships and initiating strategies for developing business and sales goals.

Thomas Kim, CEO of Dasan Networks USA, states, "Alexander Chun has almost 20 years of experience in sales and marketing in Tier 1, 2, and 3 markets. With his knowledge, strong work ethic and connection to the industry, Alexander will be a great addition to the company and our commitment to the U.S. market."

Alexander Chun joins Dasan Networks USA from Pace Americas where he served as the Director of Sales for Tier 3 markets in the United States and Canada. Previously, Alexander worked with Latens Systems, an Encryption Specialist, which was acquired by Pace Americas. Alexander also worked with Lucent Technologies where he was responsible for the 5ESS Switch sales for the BellSouth account.

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