Demand for ComNet’s transmission products grows in South Asia

Jaiprakash Vappala, regional manager for South Asia, ComNet
Jaiprakash Vappala, regional manager for South Asia, ComNet

Jaiprakash Vappala, regional manager for South Asia, ComNet

ComNet Europe Ltd of Leeds in the United Kingdom, manufacturer of fiber optic transmission and networking equipment, has announced the creation of a new position in India to support the growing demand for its Fiber Optic and Ethernet transmission solutions.

Jaiprakash Vappala has been appointed as ComNet’s new regional manager for South Asia, covering India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Vappala has worked in the security industry for more than 17 years, and has extensive experience with Group4, Tyco, and CBC.

The new appointment comes at a time where South Asia has seen a huge demand for innovative Fiber and Ethernet transmission equipment from the security, communications and road-tolls/infrastructure projects.  Jaiprakash will be based at the New Delhi office in India working with distribution and integrators in the region.

“I am extremely pleased to be working for ComNet, a company that is innovative and progressive, where quality and value comes first and look forward to working in partnership with new and existing clients”, said Jaiprakash on his new appointment.

“ComNet is built on the solid foundations that priorities, above all, the importance of delivering exceptional customer service”, concluded Jaiprakash.

Commenting on Jaiprakash’s appointment, Managing Director, Steve Clarke said: “I am very pleased to welcome Jaiprakash to the ComNet team.  He shares our values and vision and is well placed to support the continued success in South Asia going forward.

Jaiprakash holds a degree in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from Mangalore University, Karnataka, India with a focus on strategic management and business development.

Jaiprakash Vappala can be contacted via email jvappala@comnet.net

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