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NeuStar, Inc. today announced that it has appointed Alex Berry as senior vice president and general manager of NeuStar's Internet Infrastructure Services group, which includes domain name registry services as well as the UltraDNS and Webmetrics service lines. Berry reports to NeuStar Chief Operating Officer Lisa Hook.

"Alex's extensive background in managed services and in developing and maintaining diverse client portfolios makes him ideal for taking NeuStar's Internet Infrastructure Services group to the next level of growth," said Hook. "Further, Alex brings a wealth of management and technology sales experience to NeuStar."

Berry has spent the majority of his career in the telecommunications, managed services and business process outsourcing arena. Prior to his NeuStar appointment, he was senior vice president of client services and business development at Convergys Corporation, a Cincinnati-based provider of customer care, billing, human resources and learning outsourced solutions. Berry also worked at Lucent Worldwide Services, where he led and grew a new managed services sales group in North America. He was also vice president and general manager of the western region for Genuity, Inc., a provider of managed Internet infrastructure services which was acquired by Level 3 Communications Inc. in 2002.

"This is a very exciting time to be joining NeuStar and the Internet Infrastructure Services group," said Berry. "We have an impressive client list and a portfolio of innovative managed services that is driving fundamental changes in the performance and economics of IP networks. As a result, NeuStar is uniquely positioned to capitalize on the explosive adoption of Internet-based services."

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