Juniper Taps Dell, Honeywell Veterans For Ops Posts

Bask Iyer is Juniper's new senior vice president and CIO, responsible for Juniper's critical information, intellectual property and physical technology resources, and tasked with putting the IT resources in place to support Juniper's growth. Iyer spent 11 years at Honeywell, where he was most recently CIO, and before that worked for GlaxoSmithKline Beecham, Johnson & Johnson and CTS.

Martin J. Garvin is Juniper's new senior vice president of manufacturing operations, in which he'll be responsible for Juniper's global supply chain and manufacturing strategy. Garvin comes to Juniper from Dell, where he managed various aspects of Dell's global supply chain and procurement processes in different executive positions. Before his 11 years at Dell, he held leadership positions at NetEdge Systems, Logitech, Sun Microsystems and HP.

Both executives report to Mike Rose, executive vice president of service, support and operations. They join an expanding roster of executive talent at Juniper, much of which was put in place within the last four years as Juniper emerges to challenge Cisco and other industry heavyweights.

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