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Ciprian Suciu promoted as Vice President, Sales-Europe by Infinova

Published on 2 March, 2011
 Suciu will be responsible for the entire range of Infinova products, including IP, megapixel and analogue surveillance cameras and components, camera accessories, monitors, power supplies and fibre optic communications devices as well as customised solutions

Vice President, Sales-Europe Ciprian Suciu will be responsible for the entire range of Infinova products

Infinova announced that Ciprian Suciu will be entirely accountable for Infinova business in Europe, including sales, technical support and operations. With aid from U.S. headquarters, Suciu will be responsible for the entire range of Infinova products, including IP, megapixel and analogue surveillance cameras and components, camera accessories, monitors, power supplies and fibre optic communications devices as well as customised solutions.

"Ciprian will be building a business that will help architects, consultants, engineers and integrators throughout Europe show their customers how to easily make the leap from analogue to IP video surveillance," emphasises Infinova President Jeffrey Liu. "He will create a business infrastructure with investments in service centres and technical support. He will invest in training our partner integrators to be Infinova's first line of support and service."

Suciu joined Infinova as a technical support engineer in January, 2004, switching to sales in March, 2007. In the past three and half years, as regional manager of sales for Europe, he helped to maintain and develop Infinova's sales channel through integrators in Europe. Installations he has worked on include Romania's largest refinery, Uzbekistan's Navoi Airport, Spain's Madrid Tramway and Italy's Milan Ring-Road.

Infinova recently announced that it has gone public, raising (US) $300 million, which it will use to grow both organically and through acquisitions.


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