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Pleora appoints new VP marketing and sales

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Pleora Technologies has appointed Rob Lee as vice president, marketing and sales. Lee is responsible for establishing the marketing and sales strategies, processes, and support systems required to take Pleora through its next major growth phase.

'Pleora offers a number of video connectivity products, but what really differentiates us is our end-to-end solutions capability,' said Lee. He said that increasingly, manufacturers and systems integrators are incorporating Pleora's solutions into their larger systems, rather than developing their own video connectivity technology.

Pleora has grown steadily since it unveiled its Gigabit Ethernet-based video connectivity solution in 2002, and now supports a global customer base in a diverse set of medical, military, and manufacturing markets.

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