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Keith Lambert New Senior VP at JDSU Optical Communications

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keithlambert.jpgKeith Lambert has been hired as senior vice president of Optical Communications at JDSU, a provider of of broadband and optical technology. Lambert was formerly vice president of global operations at RadiSys Corp., a provider of embedded electronics products for telcom service, medical equipment, test and measurement equipment, and industrial automation markets. He was previously vice president and general manager at Manufacturers' Services Ltd. and has held manufacturing and engineering positions at 3Com Corp. and Digital Equipment Corp.
Sep 2007
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