Charlie Vogt succeeds Ken Wildgoose who has led the network infrastructure systems and commercial video solutions company for the past 18 years. Wildgoose will remain as an advisor to the company and on the board of directors.
“It has been an honour to lead ATX Networks and to be a part of the Company’s incredible team of dedicated employees,” said Wildgoose. “Charlie is a visionary and strategic thinker with a decades-long track record of hyper growth in the service provider and media communications industries. His passion and expertise in conjunction with the Company’s talented team and exciting new initiatives in the cable HFC access network and commercial video gateway markets positions ATX for an exciting and promising next chapter.”
Prior to Imagine Communications, Vogt was CEO of GENBAND, where he led the company’s transformation from a start-up to the industry’s global leader in voice and video over IP, executing six acquisitions
“ATX Networks has a strong history of innovation and is well-respected by its cable, satellite and enterprise clients,” said Vogt. “The cable, satellite and telecommunications industries are undergoing transformative change as the world embraces new advanced technologies to deliver services cheaper, faster and better than before. I am thrilled to join the Company at such an exciting time in our industry and look forward to working closely with the ATX team and its impressive lineup of customers.”
Based outside of Toronto in Ajax, Ontario, ATX also has facilities in San Jose, CA, San Diego, CA, Stuart, FL, Frankfurt, Germany, and Taiwan.