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Pete Barletto

ORG VSNL International Title Managing Director of Network Services & Operations BIO Beginning with AT&T?s Long Lines Department in 1970, Pete Barletto has held a variety of assignments focused primarily on network operations, transmission, and operations planning. He managed an international gateway switching center and developed work center plans and requirements for AT&T?s maintenance centers. For the past eighteen years he has been directly involved in international facilities and submarine cable systems, representing AT&T?s ownership interests in systems around the world while managing the planning and implementation of international restoration plans. He has chaired a number of cable system owner?s committees, and was elected as Chairman of the Pacific & Indian Ocean Restoration Committee for two consecutive four year terms. Mr. Barletto, as part of Tyco Submarine Systems, developed network and maintenance proposals, served as account manager, and provided operations technical support to sales teams. He established TSSL?s Customer Response organization (GTSC) which provides warranty and customer technical support on a 24 hour, seven day a week basis, and developed OA&M business arrangements. Mr. Barletto has served as TSSL?s Managing Director of Operations, Administration & Maintenance and was responsible for all post delivery Customer support, and for the development, sales, and management of TSSL?s array of Maintenance Services and Agreements. Recently, as the Tyco Telecommunications Managing Director of Network Services & Operations, Mr. Barletto?s responsibilities were focused on the Operations Planning and Implementation and day to day management of Tyco Telecommunications? Global Network Operations, Services and Customer Care. His role has continued to expand with the integration of the VSNL International and Teleglobe networks.