Cato Networks appointed Daniel Lee as VP of Sales, Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ). In addition to Lee’s hiring, Cato is announcing the expansion of its global managed SD-WAN service, Cato Cloud, within the Asia Pacific region. Lee brings over 27 years of experience in building and growing businesses from the ground up, developing sales strategies and leading successful APJ sales organizations. Prior to Cato Networks, he spent over two decades in enterprise mobility, networking, security, cloud-based video collaboration companies. In addition to Lee, Cato is expanding its headcount in Australia hiring a new regional manager and a dedicated system engineer.
Cato expands global network across Australia, Asia Pacific
The expansion is Cato’s latest investment in the region that has seen expanded SD-WANcloud service footprint and acceleration of marketing investment and channel recruitment.
A new point-of-presence (PoP) in Perth, Australia will improve global connectivity for the mining industry and other businesses in Western Australia. Together with the existing PoPs in Sydney and Melbourne, Cato now delivers its secure global SD-WAN services to all major Australian business centres.
In addition to the new PoP in Perth, Cato recently upgraded PoPs in Mumbai, India and Bangkok, Thailand. A new PoP will soon be available in Manilla, Philippines. All totaled, Cato has 15 PoPs in-region across China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. Overall, Cato has more than 45 PoPs worldwide, the most of any global, managed SD-WAN service.