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NSN Appoints Head of Central East & West Africa

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DUBAI -- Nokia Solutions and Networks today announced the appointment of Salvatore Maisano (known as Sal) as head of Central East and West Africa (CEWA). In his new role, Sal is responsible for overall sales and operations of NSN across the CEWA region in Middle East and Africa (MEA). Previously, he was Head of Sales for MEA at NSN. Sal has held a number of senior management positions in the ICT industry, including Head of China and Far East at OTE/Marconi (now Selex).

Igor Leprince, Senior Vice President, MEA, NSN, said: “We welcome Sal to Africa. Sal is a senior leader in the ICT industry. With his strong track record in international sales and operations, I am confident that he will drive our ambitious plans across the CEWA region.”

Commenting on his appointment, Sal said: “I am delighted to take on this challenging role in the CEWA region. I look forward to strengthening NSN’s position as an industry leader in the region.”

Sal joined Nokia in February 1999 from OTE/Marconi, where he was heading China and the Far East region, based out of Beijing.

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