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AireSpring Hires iCore, Vonage Vet as Director of Solutions Engineering

He most recently served as a cloud solutions engineer for NUSO.

Edward Gately

June 10, 2020

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AireSpring Hires iCore, Vonage Vet as Director of Solutions Engineering

AireSpring has appointed Clinton Devereaux, previously with iCore Networks and Vonage, as director of solutions engineering.


AireSpring’s Clinton Devereaux

Devereaux joins the team led by Mike Chase, senior vice president of solutions engineering.

As director of solutions engineering, Devereaux will expand the team to meet changing industry needs. His background includes managing solutions engineers. In addition, he has been a technical trainer and sales manager.

“Clinton will be a great asset as we build out our world-class solutions engineering team at AireSpring,” Chase said. “He has passion and leadership skills paired with a true love of technology and learning, built on the kind of deep industry experience and knowledge that we prize at AireSpring.”

Devereaux spent four years at Broadview Networks, where he managed a team of 14 UCaaS and IaaS sales engineers. After Broadview, he assumed a senior sales engineering role with iCore, which was acquired by Vonage. At Vonage, he served as a level 4 technical trainer, tasked with implementing SABA and Docebo enterprise learning systems.

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Devereaux most recently served as a cloud solutions engineer for NUSO, a cloud communications company. He built solutions around NUSO’s IaaS, SaaS and UCaaS infrastructure.

Last week, AireSpring announced it has named Chris Breving as its new director of access product management. The 32-year telecom industry veteran brings experience in data and voice network services, cost management and more to the job.

AireSpring is listed at the SD-WAN market tier level in Vertical Systems Group’s latest SD-WAN Leaderboard analysis. The newly released report assesses the SD-WAN market as of 2019.

AireSpring’s Managed SD-WAN offerings are based on the VMWare by VeloCloud SD-WAN architecture with secure access services edge (SASE) capabilities.

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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