VMware Appoints New President For Greater China

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
January 18, 2016

Virtualization and cloud computing infrastructure provider VMware has appointed Bernard Kwok as its new global vice president and president for Greater China.

In this new role, Kwok will be responsible for business promotion in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan.

Kwok is the replacement of David Sung, who led VMware Greater China for seven years. According to VMware, Sung departs the company for personal reasons and he will continue to provide business-related support until the end of February 2016 to ensure the smooth handover.

Kwok is a veteran in the industry with over 30 years of working experience. He previously worked for many multinational enterprises, including Symantec, Fujitsu, Nortel Networks, Alcatel Network, and EMC. Prior to joining VMware, Kwok was the consultant and director of many listed companies and private companies, providing suggestions related to strategy, operation, and investment project.

Sanjay Mirchandani, VMware’s senior vice president and general manager for Asia Pacific and Japan, said that under the leadership of Sung, VMware saw countless successes in China. He appreciates Sung’s contribution and wishes him all the best in the future. Meanwhile, he welcomes the arrival of Kwok and is looking forward to jointly promote the development of Greater China business with him.

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