Turk Telekom International names new CTO

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Dr. Cebrail Taşkın was appointed Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Turk Telekom International (TTI), taking effect on June 1, according to a press release issued today.

Taşkın has been with the TT Group for several years and was most recently employed as TT Technology Group PMO Director. 

“I am sure that his vast experience in the telecoms sector will contribute immensely to TTI’s technology team,” said Cengiz Oztelcan CEO of Turk Telekom International. 

Taşkın was born in Kırıkkale and graduated from Istanbul Technical University, Sakarya Engineering Faculty, Electrical-Electronics Engineering Department. He received an MSc and PhD degree in the field of Telecommunications at the Department of Electronic Engineering and his MBA from the Department of Economics and Business Administration, Middle East Technical University (METU) in 2013. 

His professional experience includes working in the Informatics and Telecommunication sector since 1995 and with Turk Telekom Group since 1999. He has worked in the network planning department, the strategy and business development department and the R&D department as a group manager and as Business Development Director at Argela – part of the Turk Telekom Group Company. 

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