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Prolabs appoints head of technology

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ProLabs, a provider of global optical network infrastructure products, has appointed Giacomo Losio as head of technology to the company.

Losio joins ProLabs from Cisco Systems, where he recently held the position of lead optical design engineer for its transceiver module Group.

In his new role, Losio will lead efforts to develop Prolabs' technology road map and strategy while supporting the company’s overarching objective to dominate the rapidly expanding market for compatible optical technologies. Losio will be based in Cirencester reporting to Stephen Burke, vice president, EMEA.

'This is a major win for us,' said Nick Moglia, CEO of ProLabs. 'Our ability to attract and recruit world-class talent, such as Giacomo, is a testament to the value proposition and clear differentiation in quality, service and support that ProLabs is bringing to the optical supplier market. We are pleased to welcome him to the team as we redefine the marketplace.'

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