Sonus Networks, a provider of next-generation IP-based network solutions, has appointed industry veteran Maurice ‘Moe’ Castonguay as senior vice president (SVP) and chief financial officer (CFO). Throughout his 30-plus year career, Castonguay has been instrumental in guiding private and publicly-held companies through periods of rapid change and growth.
Castonguay joins from his most recent role as SVP and CFO of BigBand Networks. Prior to that, he held similar public company roles at MatrixOne, Stratus Computer and Xylogics. He also served as CFO at a number of private companies, including Acopia Networks and Broadbus Technologies, among others. Castonguay also previously served on the board of directors of Media 100 and Cedar Point Communications. He is a certified public accountant (CPA) and holds a BS in accounting and an MS in taxation from Bentley College, as well as an MBA from Babson College.
Castonguay replaces Wayne Pastore, who has been CFO of Sonus since April 2010 and interim CFO since February 2010.
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