Duncan Hughes

Duncan Hughes, Director of Systems Engineering EMEA, A10 Networks Duncan Hughes has 25 years’ experience in the field of advanced communication systems including data centre, virtualisation, security and application delivery. Duncan joined A10 Networks in 2013 from UK start-up Gnodal, prior to that he spent some 10 years as the Pre-Sales Manager at Foundry Networks which was acquired by Brocade in 2008.  During that time Duncan worked to build, develop and lead a strong customer focused pre-sales team. Working across a broad set of commercial organisations including financial institutions, service providers, media organisations, and government agencies. Prior to Foundry Networks Duncan worked with a number of organisations including Cable & Wireless, Perot Systems, Case Communications, and British Telecom.

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