TELoIP Names Industry Veteran Kevin Suitor to Executive Team

Creator of powerful VINO SD-WAN network architecture further strengthens leadership team

TORONTO, Ontario Dec 08, 2016

TORONTO, Ontario: TELoIP Inc. — the creator of powerful, software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) solutions for the most challenging, business-critical requirements — today announced that Kevin Suitor has joined the company as Chief Marketing Officer. With more than 35 years of networking industry experience in a variety of executive roles spanning marketing, product management, alliances and sales, Suitor provides TELoIP with a strong strategic skill set while leading the company’s marketing and alliance efforts in the exploding SD-WAN arena.

Suitor joins TELoIP from leading WAN Optimization technology vendor Exinda Networks, where he held an array of executive staff positions including vice president of marketing, product management, and strategy & alliances. Prior to his time at Exinda, he was instrumental in developing Redline Communications’ broadband wireless and WiMAX market development strategy. As vice president of marketing and business development, he helped Redline increase revenue at a pace that earned it recognition as the second fastest growing technology company in Canada by the Deloitte Canadian Technology Fast 50 Program in 2006, and led to public market listings on the LSE/AIM market and Toronto’s TSX exchange. Previously, Suitor held senior roles with CopperCom, CTI Datacom, Tekelec and Wandel & Goltermann Canada, and founded DCI Digital Communications Inc., which was sold to Tekelec in 1992.

“Kevin joins TELoIP at an exciting time, when demand for reliable SD-WAN infrastructure and services has never been greater,” said Rui Luis, CEO of TELoIP. “Not only does Kevin bring a strong understanding of the trends and technologies in wide area networking, but his hands-on experience in so many operational disciplines will be invaluable as we sharpen our focus on delivering increased value to our customers and partners.”

“TELoIP has clearly demonstrated industry leadership as an innovator of software-defined networking products and services,” said Suitor. “TELoIP’s patented VINO architecture positions the company to take advantage of one of the biggest opportunities in the industry in 20 years — SD-WAN. I am thrilled to join a company with a unique culture focused upon customer success and technology innovation. I look forward to helping further shape the company and market as part of the TELoIP team.”

For more information about TELoIP, please visit www.teloip.com or call 866-901-3268.

TELoIP’s patented VINO architecture positions the company to take advantage of one of the biggest opportunities in the industry in 20 years — SD-WAN

Kevin Suitor

Chief Marketing Officer, TELoIP

About TELoIP — TELoIP is the creator of powerful, software-defined wide-area networks (SD-WANs) for the most challenging locations requiring high availability and business-critical application traffic. TELoIP cloud-managed networks are used by retailers to build carrier-agnostic networks that reduce costs by 50% or more, by financial organizations for secure communications, by heath care enterprises to remotely connect clinics, and by service providers to deliver SD-WAN services.

Hundreds of businesses across North America depend on TELoIP’s patented VINO architecture to plan and provide secure, lower-cost, higher-performance and more reliable networks for their voice, data and video communications needs, whether they rely on public or private clouds. Based in Toronto, Canada, TELoIP has been delivering software-defined solutions since 2002. For more information, visit www.teloip.com.

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