Cisco Systems said industry vet Sean Welch has been appointed vice president of cable access, the unit that focused on cable modem termination systems as well as newer, high-density converged cable access platform (CCAP) products.
Welch succeeds Brett Wingo in that role. Wingo, the company said, has moved to Cisco’s Services Organization, led by VP of Services Joe Cozzolino.
Welch most recently was president and CEO at Kwicr, a cloud-based mobile network acceleration service. Before that he was SVP/GM of video infrastructure solutions for Arris, and also held VP/GM roles with Motorola, where he was focused on video and data solutions for service providers.