TP-Link has appointed Kalam Meah as its ISP Director for the UK & Ireland.
Kalam joins TP-Link having spent the last 20 years working in various positions in telcos and vendors including Orange, T-Mobile & ZTE, amongst others.
As ISP Director, Kalam will be responsible for TP-Link’s ISP division.
Meah said: “As the leading provider of network devices into the consumer and SMB space, TP-Link is one of the companies in the technology ecosystem that enables the future to happen. It is a pleasure to join this dynamic, proactive, flexible and customer-friendly team who are fully committed to the goal of becoming the number one vendor of choice for the Service Provider community. This realistic and achievable goal is what really excited me about the role at TP-Link and the challenge of making it happen.”
“The pandemic and lockdowns have focused everyone’s minds on connectivity, both in the technical sense of being connected to the web, but also in human-to-human coming together. Historically speaking, it has been through new types of connectivity that social and material progress has been made whether it was the road system from the Romans to the canals and railway systems of the Victorians. We are at the beginning of another transformative connectivity revolution which will be fast and dynamic, giving rise to a great number of things that will change people’s lives for the better. Being part of this great wave of positive change is something I’m truly excited to be involved in,” Kalam added.
“Welcoming Kalam on board is a huge achievement for our business. His vast experience and industry knowledge will be invaluable in what is a truly pivotal moment for the networking industry. Kalam will play an integral role in evolving our bespoke ISP offerings, to support us on our journey to become the leading vendor of choice for this market,” commented Will Liu, Managing Director, TP-Link UK.
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