Quinten Johnson Appointed Federal Civilian Sales Lead at Juniper Networks

Quinten Johnson, formerly vice president of federal government sales at Nokia, has joined Juniper Networks as director of civilian sales, G2Xchange ETC reported Friday

He will lead Juniper's team of sales professionals who offer networking technology products and services to the federal civilian sector.

At Nokia, Johnson managed IP and optical networking, cloud, fixed and mobile data service offerings designed for public sector customers.

Johnson spent more than 18 years at AT&T, where he held leadership positions focused on marketing of telecommunications platforms to civilian, intelligence and defense agencies.

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