Cambium Appoints von Kölichen Regional Sales Director
Thursday, July 20, 2017 | Comments

Cambium Networks appointed Tabatha von Kölichen as its regional sales director for the regions of Germany, Austria, Switzerland (DACH). She will report to Alessio Murroni, senior sales director for Europe.

Based in Munich, Germany, von Kölichen will drive sales of Cambium wireless point-to-point backhaul, point-to-multipoint distribution, industrial internet of things (IIoT), indoor and outdoor Wi-Fi, and management system solutions through the local support and expansion of Cambium’s network of certified, local value added resellers (VARs).

“With more than 20 years of international experience in the IT and telecom industry, we feel confident that Tabatha is the right choice to successfully build up the Cambium business in this key region of Europe,” said Murroni. “We are currently experiencing very strong growth in all European markets and want to ensure that we have the right resources in place to support our partners locally. We look forward to seeing the positive impact that Tabatha and the team will have on the Cambium business.”

von Kölichen has a proven track record of opening up new markets. Before joining Cambium she served as the regional sales director for the DACH region for Meru Networks, where she successfully established and grew the wireless business until Meru’s acquisition by Fortinet in 2015. After ensuring the smooth transition of the Meru WLAN business to Fortinet, von Kölichen oversaw business development for Fortinet’s enhanced technologies portfolio, which included Wi-Fi and other security solutions.

von Kölichen has an MBA from McGill University and has held various roles in sales and marketing companies including Newbridge Networks, Mitel, Juniper Networks and Locatel.

One of Cambium Networks’ first initiatives in the region will be to assist local government decision-makers with applying for WiFi4EU funding. The program is an EU initiative that aims to provide easy access to wireless connectivity for all European citizens and visitors in public places.

“The Cambium solutions are perfectly suited to helping local governments deploy smart cities and Wi-Fi hotspots,” said von Kölichen “I very much look forward to working closely with our skilled resellers in the region and expanding our coverage.”

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