Lindsay Broadband promotes Jonathan Haight to SVP, worldwide business development

July 9, 2020
Jonathan Haight continues to oversee Lindsay's U.S. market, while expanding the company into worldwide strategic partnerships, new markets, and new product exploration.

Lindsay Broadband on July 8 announced the promotion of Jonathan Haight to the role of senior vice president, Worldwide Business Development.

Haight was previously Lindsay’s vice president, U.S. Sales & Business Development, responsible for sales strategy and execution for the company's U.S. sales team. In his new role, Haight will continue to oversee the U.S. market, but will now assume a larger role at the corporate level, focusing on worldwide strategic partnerships, new markets, and new product exploration.

Prior to joining Lindsay, Haight held a variety of roles at EGT, including director of corporate sales, major MSO account manager, and regional director of sales for the Northeast. Prior to EGT, he held progressive positions in sales and engineering at Motorola, Scientific-Atlanta, BarcoNet and Cheetah Technologies. In addition to sales management, Haight also brings with him a background in network engineering and project management.

“Promoting Jonathan is the latest step in the continuous growth and expansion of Lindsay Broadband,” said David Atman, president of Lindsay Broadband. “Jonathan has been with Lindsay for 13 years focusing on increasing the exposure and sales of Lindsay’s products throughout the U.S. During his tenure U.S. sales showed a dramatic increase with consistent year-over-year revenue growth in the MSO market. His wealth of experience will continue to make him a valuable team member as we continue to expand our customer-driven product development of next generation technologies and network solutions.”

For over 65 years, Lindsay Broadband has been a global specialist in providing technologically advanced products designed to help communication service providers deliver new business services from their networks. The company's products include end-to-end optical equipment, standby/non-standby network power supplies, UPS systems, LTE AC/DC power supplies, strand-mounted Wi-Fi hotspots, optical and DOCSIS gateways, LTE small cell backhaul solutions, and RF solutions (including MDU and subscriber amplifiers, line extenders, hardline passives, DCs, multitaps, subscriber passives, cable modems and eMTAs).

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