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AT&T Appoints Vice Presidents to Lead Business Solutions Sales Centers in Latin America

Eduardo Farinelli appointed Sales Center Vice President, Mexico, Caribbean and Central America; Fabiano Del Soldato to serve as Sales Center Vice President, South America

Bedminster, New Jersey, February 21, 2013

To further expand sales of enterprise communications services to multinational companies in Latin America, AT&T* has appointed two new business leads for its sales centers based in the region.

Eduardo Farinelli has been appointed as sales center vice president for AT&T Business Solutions in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.   Fabiano Del Soldato has been appointed as sales center vice president for AT&T Business Solutions in South America.

“Both Eduardo and Fabiano have demonstrated strong leadership and great performance at AT&T. We trust their expertise will provide great counsel and value to customers who rely on communications services to run their operations efficiently and improve their businesses to and from Latin America and the Caribbean,” said Mary Livingston, AT&T's vice president for the Canada, Caribbean and Latin America region.

Based in Mexico City, Farinelli has the responsibility of leading enterprise sales in the Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. He has extensive experience in the IT and telecommunications industry. He has been with AT&T for eight years holding positions of increasing responsibility, most recently as sales center vice president for AT&T Business Solutions in South America.

“I am very excited with the opportunity of delivering customers with the most advanced enterprise communications solutions in markets with such potential for growth like Mexico, as well as across Central America and the Caribbean,” said Farinelli.

Del Soldato, based in Sao Paulo, has a strong background in the telecommunications industry. He joined AT&T in 1998 and since then he has held various positions, expanding his roles and responsibilities to support AT&T’s enterprise clients in Brazil and other markets in South America.

“I am honored to take on a broader role in offering our world-class business solutions to multinational customers seeking to strengthen its footprint in South America, or to expand from this region to other markets around the world,” indicated Del Soldato.

AT&T offers enhanced VPN services and solutions to multinational companies doing business in or with operations throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. The IP-based AT&T Global Network allows the delivery of services in the region with consistent global standards of quality, reliability and security. Services include network consulting, design and implementation, unified communications, managed virtual private networks, global managed mobility, managed security services and co-location services, among others.

With a global network that reaches countries that represent 99 percent of the world's economy, the company combines its breadth of services, next generation technologies and skilled experts to enable the transformation of its customers' communications needs.

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