Paetec/Intellifiber veteran Clint Heiden joins Sidera Networks as president

Clint Heiden, the former SVP and president of National Accounts and Fiber Services for Paetec (recently acquired by Windstream), has found a new home at Sidera Networks as the competitive provider's new president.

Clint Heiden Paetec Sidera Networks as the competitive provider's new president.


At Sidera he will oversee revenue generation, including sales, marketing, product management and sales engineering.

Before Paetec, the 20-plus year telecom veteran is likely best known for helping to fiber services company Intellifiber Networks, a subsidiary of the former Cavalier Telephone, which Paetec purchased late last year. During his tenure at Paetec and Intellifiber, Heiden and his team built out a 17,000-mile fiber network, in addition to a wide-reaching Ethernet over Copper (EoC) network, not to mention netting 500 Department of Defense (DoD) customers.

Prior to Paetec and Cavalier, Heiden held a number of sales and executive positions at Cable & Wireless America, Qwest, UUNET and InterCon Systems. 

For more:
- see the release

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