17 mars 2014
Equinix Appoints Sainti Li as Managing Director for China
Thirty-year ICT industry veteran to drive business development and lead next phase of expansion in China
HONG KONG - 18 mars 2014 - Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX), l'entreprise mondiale d'interconnexions et de datacentres, vient d'annoncer l'arrivée de Sainti Li au poste de directeur général d'Equinix Chine. Li rejoint Equinix après trente années d'expérience dans les domaines de l'assistance technique, des ventes et du marketing, de la gestion de produit, du développement commercial et de la gestion dans le secteur des technologies de l'information et de la communication. Au cours de sa carrière, Li a travaillé au sein d'entreprises mondiales telles que IDT Telecom, AT&T, IBM, Fujitsu-ICL and Siemens Nixdorf. Equinix possède actuellement quatre datacentres International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) et un centre de reprise après sinistre à Shanghai et prévoit d'élargir sa présence dans le pays, sous la direction de Li.
Principaux faits de l'annonce
- Li will be focused on educating Chinese companies about Equinix's value proposition and demonstrating how they can leverage the company's data center services in China and expertise in helping companies with global expansion. Equinix has already assisted a number of companies, including ChinaCache and Tencent, to expand their services overseas.
- Most recently, Li was director of Australia retail sales at IDT Telecom Asia-Pacific, where he was responsible for international voice calling products for the consumer segment, launching a new consumer product and distribution platform called Boss Revolution.
- Prior to IDT, he spent over 15 years at AT&T Asia-Pacific and IBM China-Hong Kong, focused on global network and data center outsourcing services, selling to global multinational companies. He held a variety of management positions at the company, including general manager and sales vice president of AT&T Greater China Group, in which he oversaw operations in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
- While with AT&T, he spent five years establishing Shanghai Symphony Telecom, the first ever foreign-Sino telecom services joint venture, a partnership among China Telecom, AT&T and Shanghai Information Investment.
- Samuel Lee, president, Equinix Asia-Pacific:
"We are pleased to announce the appointment of Sainti Li as our new managing director of China. In the last few years, we have invested significantly in China and Li is well-suited to further our growth, as demand from global customers looking to expand into the region continues to rise. Li's deep industry expertise in IT and telecommunications, as well as his vast experience working in the China market, is pivotal to accelerating our growth and helping our clients succeed."
- Sainti Li, managing director, Equinix China:
"With the rise of cloud, mobility and big data in China, as well as Shanghai's goal to become an international financial center by 2020, I look forward to continuing to grow Equinix's financial, cloud and enterprise business. China is one of the fastest growing markets in Asia-Pacific and a priority market for many multinational companies and I'm eager to bring my experience to this new position."
À propos d'Equinix
Equinix, Inc. (NASDAQ: EQIX), connects more than 4,500 companies directly to their customers and partners inside the world’s most networked data centers. Today, businesses leverage the Equinix interconnection platform in 32 strategic markets across the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific. www.equinix.com.
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