Rangu Salgame leaves Cisco India

By ST Team   |   Friday, 21 July 2006, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Rangu Salgame, the president of Cisco India has left the company.

A company press release today said that he left his position of president of Cisco Systems, India and SAARC market.

David Caspari, Cisco's vice-president of Service Provider Operations, Asia Pacific will become the acting president of Cisco India, till a replacement is found.

Caspari will report to Owen Chan, Cisco's President of Asia Pacific Operations.

“Rangu Salgame has been instrumental in the significant growth and development of our business in India. Over the last three years, he has built a strong, customer-focused leadership team. I would like to thank Rangu for his substantial contributions - and wish him the best as he moves to the next phase of his career,” the company release said quoting Chan.

Under Salgame's baton, Cisco experienced growth and gains in market share in India.

Salgame was with Cisco for three years, joining the company in July 2003. Before joining Cisco, Salgame spent about four years advising and managing venture capital backed companies. He was also the president and CEO of Edgix, an Internet infrastructure company, with operations across North America, Latin America and Europe.

Before Edgix he was a senior executive with Verizon Communications.

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