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ATX Appoints Industry Veterans to Sales and Marketing Leadership Positions

Frisco, Texas, April 17, 2018—ATX Networks today announced enhancements to its global sales and marketing team with the appointment of seasoned executives, including Ben Newell as Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer, John Ryan as Chief Sales Officer, Jeff Liening as Senior Vice President of North America Sales and Kim Lee as Executive Vice President of Marketing. These additions to the company’s senior ranks represent steps ATX is taking to fuel aggressive growth plans across a variety of market sectors and align with the company’s new vision and strategy to shape the future of media delivery. READ MORE > 

 


Charlie Vogt Named President and CEO of ATX Networks

Vogt brings three decades of experience building, transforming and growing high-tech companies in the service provider and media communications markets

Ajax, Ontario Feb. 5, 2018 – ATX Networks (“ATX or the “Company”), a market-leading global provider of network infrastructure systems and commercial video solutions, has appointed Charlie Vogt as President and Chief Executive Officer. The 30-year information technology and communications leader joins ATX following four successful years as President and CEO of Imagine Communications, where he transformed the company from Harris Broadcast to Imagine Communications and GatesAir, and led the media and broadcast industry’s transition to IP, software and cloud technologies. Vogt succeeds Ken Wildgoose, who led the company as its President and then CEO for the last 18 years.  Mr. Wildgoose will remain with ATX as an advisor and continue to serve on the Company’s Board of Directors. READ MORE >

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