Tony Celeste Joins Ingram Micro as Public Sector Exec Director, General Manager

Jeff Brody
Tony Celeste

Tony Celeste, a fomer senior director at data and storage networking company Brocade, has joined technology provider Ingram Micro as executive director and general manager of its public sector business, G2Xchange ETC reported Monday.

He will be responsible for Ingram Micro's strategy and sales initiatives in the government and education markets.

Celeste most recently served as vice president of sales and strategic initiatives at Jeskell Systems, where he has managed information technology products development and expansion efforts over the past two years.

Before Jeskell, he spent nearly six years at Brocade and previously held various roles at Iron Bow Technologies, Xiotech, Silicon Graphics and Digital Equipment Corp.

He also served on the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council for three years.

Irvine, Calif.-based Ingram Micro offers life cycle support, cloud, data center management, commerce and other technology service offerings.

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