Chris Collura Promoted to CommScope Federal Sales VP

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Chris Collura

Chris Collura, a three-decade federal market veteran, has been promoted to vice president of federal sales at CommScope (Nasdaq: COMM).

He will oversee systems engineering teams and lead efforts to drive sales of unified networking and infrastructure offerings for the government sector in his new position, the company said Tuesday.

Collura previously served as director of federal sales and operations at ARRIS International’s Ruckus Networks subsidiary where he was responsible for the delivery of wireless and physical network products to customer agencies.

He led the integration of teams to support the deployment of next-generation network infrastructure following CommScope’s acquisition of ARRIS in late 2018.

Prior to his most recent capacity, He held leadership roles at Brocade, Palo Alto Networks, Foundry Networks, The Presidio Corp. and Lockheed Martin's (NYSE: LMT) space operations division.

Collura spent five years at the U.S. Air Force as a radio communications analyst.

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