Webinar Date & Time: Wednesday, January 27th, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
About this Webinar:
Digitization has reshaped everyday life and businesses alike. Customers, whether internal or external, expect everything securely on-demand. When it comes to the proliferation of devices, cloud-based applications and streaming services, demands on the network continue to escalate.
Businesses that want to successfully meet these demands will need to adopt agile, hybrid IT services, and networking capabilities designed to scale.
In this webinar, CTOs from VMware, a Leader in the Gartner 2020 Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure and MetTel, a Leader in the Gartner 2020 Magic Quadrant for Managed Network Services, will cover how SD-WAN supports demands for increased bandwidth and helps organizations meet their goals for digitalization.
Join to hear real-world examples of how managed SD-WAN has helped organizations see:
- Greater network agility, bandwidth, and scalability
- Market responsiveness through continuous optimization
- Improved operational efficiency
About the Experts:
Ed Fox, MetTel’s CTO, is responsible for the planning, deployment, and operations of MetTel’s broadband, data, and VoIP network infrastructure. He is a member of the Forbes Technology Council and a contributing author for IDG influencer network. He has over 30 years of telecommunications and network experience managing massive organizational and customer growth at major telecommunications providers.
Craig Connors is currently VP and CTO for VMware SD-WAN and SASE. Craig was previously the Chief Architect for VMware SD-WAN, both before and after the acquisition. He came to VeloCloud from Cisco Systems, where he worked in the Corporate Development Technology Group’s Advanced Development Team. Prior to Cisco, Craig spent time as a Principal Engineer and Software Development Manager for Talari Networks. His programming work prior to Talari Networks was centered in the online gaming space which is what led him to networking. Craig is a veteran of the US Army and holds a BS in Computer Science from NC State.