KBC Networks announces new company President in China
KBC Networks Ltd. manufacturer of transmission equipment for commercial and industrial networks including CCTV, security, banking, and systems control, announced the appointment of Frank Jiang to the position of President, KBC Networks, China.
Frank will be responsible for managing KBC’s business in China from sales to technical support and marketing.
Frank has an extensive background that spans more than 25 years within video surveillance and transmission. Frank joins from Axis Communications where he was Country Manager for Axis China. Prior to that, he served as Pelco’s Business Development Director for all of North Asia. Preceding his time with Pelco, Frank also had leadership roles with Crockett International, Bocom Group, and was Vice Professor at the China University of Mining & Technology, where he researched video transmission over fiber.
Commenting on Frank’s appointment, CEO KBC Networks, John Crockett said:
“I’m extremely excited to welcome Frank to our team. He has earned a reputation in the China marketplace as an industry leader. Frank’s skill set is impressive: he’s demonstrated proven leadership, has an extensive technical background, possesses an intimate knowledge of the China market, and has a work ethic second to none. With Frank’s leadership, I expect great results for KBC being generated in China.”
“I’ve known KBC for many years. This is a company full of innovation and passion, and with a great team! The market in China is huge. To support the global business, I plan to build KBC’s channel and develop KBC’s brand awareness quickly. I want customers to recognize KBC as the experts in data delivery and secure transmission that they are.”
Frank is based in Shanghai, China.
KBC Networks designs and manufactures a broad range of IP, wireless, 3G/4G LTE, fibre optic, and multimedia transmission products that are engineered for the security, cellular wireless, financial services, intelligent transportation systems, industrial control and telecommunications markets.