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Jabil/Telmar Announces Executive Advisory Board of Visionaries from the Communications Industry March 21, 2012

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Earlier this month, Telmar’s parent company, Jabil Circuit, announced the formation of the Jabil/Telmar Executive Advisory Board. Comprise of esteemed communications visionaries, the Executive Advisory Board will continue to support Telmar while also advising Jabil on global communications industry drivers that will impact its business, provide input on global communications issues and challenges faced by Jabil’s Aftermarket Services Group.

Since early 2009, the Jabil/Telmar Executive Advisory Board has provided valuable insight to Telmar on the service needs of network service providers, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and enterprises worldwide.  The Board will provide important guidance based on their experience and market knowledge, helping take Jabil and Telmar to their next level of growth by capturing market share and expanding services within the global communications industry.

The Jabil/Telmar Executive Advisory Board is chaired by Lawrence Babbio, former vice chairman and president of Verizon Communications, current senior adviser at Warburg Pincus, chairman of the Board of Trustees of Stevens Institute of Technology and member of several boards including ARAMARK, Hewlett Packard and the Wallace Foundation.

The Board also includes Hubert de Pesquidoux, former chairman of Tekelec, board member of Mavenir Systems, board member and chairman of the Audit Committee at Sequans Communications, and former chief financial officer and former president of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise; Stephen G. Welch, member of Accenture’s Executive Advisory Board, executive advisor to the Board of Directors of QuEST Forum, and former chief procurement officer at AT&T; Yno Gonzalez, senior vice president of network services at Healy and Co., former officer at AT&T, and former president of SBC Long Distance at SBC; and Dennis Tinley, board member of Aztek Networks and former president of Telcordia’s Operations Support Systems (OSS) business unit.

“It’s an honor to continue to work with such an accomplished group of telecommunications experts who share their knowledge about the evolution of the communications industry and the long-range impact it has on network service providers, OEMs and enterprises’ future plans and needs,” said Steve Pickett, President and CEO of Telmar Network Technology. “It’s also a privilege to have such a highly regarded group of communications industry leaders involved with the company, and we look forward to working with them as we position Telmar and Jabil for continued expansion around the world.”



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