Gigamon, a traffic visibility networking solutions company, has hired technology enterprise veteran Duston Williams as chief financial officer (CFO). Williams is responsible for all aspects of the company’s financial operations and will help drive the next stage of the company’s development.
Over the past three decades, Williams has served in top finance and administration roles at both private and public companies. Prior to joining Gigamon, Williams served as CFO for SandForce, through its sale to LSI in January 2012. He has also served as the CFO for multiple technology companies including Infinera, which he led to a successful initial public offering (IPO) in 2007, Maxtor, Aruba Wireless Networks, Rhapsody Networks, and Western Digital.
During his career, Williams has been recognised as a trusted advisor to the chief executive officer (CEO), supporting companies during times of significant growth.
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