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Voco welcomes new senior appointments

11 August 2008

IT/Careers/Business Reporters

Voco welcomes new senior appointments

Voco welcomes the following ICT specialists to the team.

Peter Focas brings more than 30 years ICT experience to Voco. At Voco, Peter is working as an architect on the Government Shared Network. A published author for IBM with a background in software development, network systems programming, engineering, architecture and design, Peter is able to identify, design and implement solutions across a wide range of environments and industries.

Myles Averns joins Voco with a background in telecommunications having worked for both Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent in service delivery and senior project management roles. At Voco, Myles is working on the ONTRACK Voice Replacement Project. While in Europe, Myles was production manager for one of Europe’s largest cable providers and in the UK he provided project management expertise in the implementation of infrastructure for the “Greenfield” rollout of Hutchison’s 3G network.


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