Frank Reichart

Frank Reichart

Sen. Director Product Marketing Storage

Frank Reichart leads the product marketing activities for storage solutions at Fujitsu with an international scope. He joined the company in 1987 in a product marketing role for telecommunication devices. Frank held product marketing roles for PCs, database systems, client-server software, mainframes, servers as well as IT solutions. He lives in the Munich area of Germany.

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Since May 2011, Frank Reichart is responsible for product marketing of storage solutions in his role as Senior Marketing Director at Fujitsu at an international scope. He began his career at Nixdorf Computers in 1987 in product marketing for telecommunication devices. He held product marketing roles and led product marketing teams for PCs, database systems, client-server software, mainframes servers as well as IT solutions for the Dynamic Data Center and for Dynamic Infrastructures in Siemens Nixdorf, Siemens, Fujitsu Siemens. Frank holds a diploma in business administration. He studied in Munich and Nuremberg and is living in the Munich Area in Germany.

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