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Srini Sundararajan appointed Head of Network Business, Samsung India

09-February-2016
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Srini Sundararajan appointed Head of Network Business, Samsung India

Samsung has announced the appointment of Srini Sundararajan as the Head of Network Business at Samsung India Electronics Ltd (SIEL). Sundararajan will be in charge of managing operations and further developing business opportunities of Samsung's mobile network business in Southwest Asia.

Speaking about the new appointment, Youngky Kim, President & Head of Network at Samsung Electronics said, “We are very glad to announce Srini's appointment and wish him success in his new role. Srini is well experienced and we are expecting his contribution to strengthen Samsung's mobile network business. With Srini, Samsung will continue to expand its business in Southwest Asia, one of the fastest growing markets in the industry.”

Sundararajan is a recognized leader in the industry for his immense knowledge of the mobile network sector, with 30 years of experience in various jobs such as R&D, product management. In his previous role, Sundararajan led Alcatel-Lucent India and South Asia business, and contributed significantly towards business profitability, market development and organizational management.

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