Duncan Fisken appointed EMEA vice president at Xirrus

Duncan has spent the last 40 years in the computer software and information technology industries, specialising in networking and information security.

In his role, Duncan is responsible for the entire sales function, maximising the growth in wireless adoption across all industry sectors by developing go to market and sales strategies and providing greater support for existing customers across EMEA.

Prior to joining Xirrus, Duncan held the role of senior vice president & general manager (EMEA and International) for RedSeal Networks since June 2013. Before joining RedSeal, Duncan was vice president EMEA for Fluke Networks, overseeing a period of restructuring the EMEA sales operations of the DCI Tools and Networks Systems Businesses.

Before Fluke Networks, Duncan was vice president EMEA for Aruba Networks and oversaw a period of explosive growth in EMEA for the Sunnyvale, CA headquartered enterprise WLAN specialist, which included delivering 10 straight quarters of growth and 75 per cent year-on-year growth in FY11/ FY10.

‘I’ve joined Xirrus amidst a perfect storm for the industry,’ said Duncan. ‘It’s a booming market and no sector is immune to the continuing onslaught of BYOD. Organisations across all sectors now realise that pervasive wireless is a necessity to meet the growing demands of today’s workforce, so it’s vital they prepare for this exabyte era.’

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