Kevin Sheehan, Matt Squire to leave Overture Networks

Two of Overture Networks' main executives will be leaving the company now that the integration of the former Hatteras Networks, which it acquired last year, is complete.

Overture's current President Kevin Sheehan and CTO Matt Squire, serving in the same roles they had at Hatteras, will be leaving the company.

In a prepared statement, Overture's CEO and founder Jeff Reedy said that now that the departure of Sheehan and Squire is part of "Overture's next stage of growth and evolution."

According to a Light Reading article citing an unnamed source, co-founder and current senior VP of engineering Prayson Pate is set to become the company's new CTO.

For more:
- see the release
- Light Reading has this article

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