Pace has appointed Mark Loughran, currently managing director of Nokia UK and Ireland, as the president of a new business division, Pace Enterprise. Loughran will join Pace’s executive leadership team, reporting to CEO Neil Gaydon, on October 1, to spearhead the development of Pace’s international IP, gateway and networks businesses as part of Pace’s strategy to enable converged digital services for operators.

“With our industry evolving towards digital convergence into and around the home, the new Pace Enterprise division will accelerate our work with many of the world’s most successful payTV operators as well as open up new markets and technology growth opportunities,” said Gaydon, in a statement.

Loughran joined Nokia in June 2007 as sales director before taking on a wider remit as sales and channel director and then as managing director in November 2009.

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