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Rosalyn Roseboro Joins Heavy Reading

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NEW YORK -- Heavy Reading (www.heavyreading.com), the research division of Light Reading, announced today that veteran telecom industry analyst Rosalyn Roseboro is joining the organization as Senior Analyst specializing in telecom data center technology issues, effective immediately.

Roseboro comes to Heavy Reading with nearly 15 years of experience as a telecom industry analyst, including senior-level positions at Analysys Mason, OSS Observer, and RHK. At Heavy Reading, Roseboro will track and analyze developments specifically related to telecom data center transformation, a critical development area for network operators as they redefine their business and service models to compete effectively in the emerging big-data era.

“We’re thrilled to have Roz on the team to add even more firepower to our telecom data center practice,” said Dennis Mendyk, vice president of research at Heavy Reading. “Roz brings a wealth of talent and experience to Heavy Reading, and she will have an immediate and positive impact in expanding our coverage of telecom data center issues.”

Roseboro is based in Chicago and can be reached at roseboro@heavyreading.com.

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