BY STAFF REPORT
U.S. telecom giant AT&T has reshuffled its business-services management team in Latin America, appointing Eduardo Farinelli as new sales center vice president in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.
Telecom industry veteran Fabiano Del Soldato replaces Farinelli as vice president for the unit’s operation in South America.
“Both Eduardo and Fabiano have demonstrated strong leadership and great performance at AT&T. We trust their expertise will provide great counsel and value to customers who rely on communications services to run their operations efficiently and improve their businesses to and from Latin America and the Caribbean,” said Mary Livingston, AT&T’s vice president for the Canada, Caribbean and Latin America region.
Based in Mexico City, Farinelli has been with AT&T for eight years, and he was recently the sales center vice president for the Business Solutions unit in South America.
Del Soldato joined AT&T in 1998 and has held various positions, expanding his roles and dealing with the company’s enterprise clients in Brazil and other markets in South America.
The US telecom operator offers VPN services and solutions to multinational companies operating in the region. The telecom giant’s services include network consulting, design & implementation, unified communications, managed virtual private networks, global managed mobility, managed security services and co-location services, among others.