Packeteer, Inc. a startup firm developing products to address the problem of Internet "crowd control" by allowing companies to set policies for allocating their Internet and World Wide Web bandwidth, has named vice presidents of marketing and sales.
Robert J. Quillin has joined Packeteer as vice president of marketing and William E. Klaus as vice president of sales and business development. Both report to Packeteer president and CEO Craig Elliott.
In addition, Packeteer has relocated from its original location on Hacienda Avenue in Campbell to new headquarters at 307 Orchard City Drive, Suite 305, Campbell. The new 6,800-square-foot location supports recent and anticipated staff expansions. The company currently has 13 employees.
Quillin comes to Packeteer from Seagate Software, where he was vice president of product management for the Network & Systems Management Group. He had joined NetLabs, Inc., in 1993 as director of product development and was promoted after the company's acquisition by Seagate in 1995. Previously he had spent four years at Network Equipment Technologies, where his most recent position was manager of network management applications; and six years at Stanford Telecommunications. Quillin, 35, holds an M.S. degree in electrical engineering from George Washington University and a B.A. in mathematical science from The Johns Hopkins University. He is a resident of San Carlos, Calif.
Klaus joins Packeteer from Eagle River Interactive, where he was director of products and channels. Prior to that he spent eight years with Apple Computer, where he was senior manager of business development for interactive services. He was a founding member of ExIS, a joint effort of KPMG/Peat Marwick and Apple. Klaus, 37, holds a B.S. in business from San Jose State University.
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