VIENNA, Va., May 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T* names Anthony Robbins vice president-Public Sector Solutions-Global Defense, AT&T Business Solutions.
Robbins brings strong industry experience. He has spent much of his career leading organizations that provide technology solutions to defense, intelligence and civilian agencies.
Most recently, he led Brocade's federal business. There, he was responsible for sales, engineering, services and partner ecosystem. He has also held leadership roles at Oracle and Sun Microsystems.
In his new role, Robbins will lead the defense industry segment of the AT&T Public Sector Solutions business. He will oversee the company's work with the Department of Defense and other global public sector defense organizations.
"Anthony's customer-first approach makes him a great fit for our Public Sector Solutions leadership team," said Kay Kapoor, president-Global Business-Public Sector Solutions, AT&T Business Solutions.
"AT&T is an innovative technology and communications company," said Robbins. "I look forward to contributing to its highly respected Public Sector Solutions leadership team and serving the mission needs of global defense customers."
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