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Electronic Virtualization Company Appoints Marios Zenios to Board of Directors

VaST Announced the Appointment of Automotive Electronics Industry Veteran Marios Zenios to Its Board of Directors

VaST Systems announced the appointment of automotive electronics industry veteran Marios Zenios to the VaST board of directors.

Zenios has served as a strategic advisor to the company helping VaST form industry initiatives that create more complete virtualization solutions for end customers. Previously, as a senior Motorola executive, Zenios spearheaded the development and adoption of automotive electronics systems at global automotive suppliers and OEMs. Zenios has more than 20 years of automotive, telematics, and communications experience.

"In my new position as a VaST board member, I’m focused on helping VaST develop strategies that maximize the value of its unique virtualization solutions in the automotive and electronics industry. It is a great honor to be part of VaST at such a pivotal time in the company and the industry,” Zenios said.

"Marios is an extremely talented executive and brings exactly the deep industry experience that helps VaST continue its strong growth and focus on the delivery of superior solutions that enable customer success,” said Alain Labat, VaST president and CEO.

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