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Before joining RouteScience in 2000, Garritano was a Director of Engineering at Cisco Systems, responsible for more than 100 development engineers in Cisco System's service provider line of business.
Before that, he was a senior vice president of customer advocacy for Cisco Systems Service Provider Line of Business, where he was responsible for the delivery and support of Cisco's products and solutions for the worldwide service provider market segment.
Dahm leads the Operational Support System (OSS) software and systems integration strategy for Cisco's Service Provider Line of Business, and works with Independent Software Vendors and Systems Integrators in the development and delivery of OSS solutions for the global market segments.
AuroraNetics' 52 employees led by AuroraNetics CEO, Nader Vasseghi, bring additional silicon expertise and will join Cisco's Public Carrier IP Services Group, Service Provider Line of Business, led by Roland Acra, vice president and general manager.
By pushing intelligence into the network, service providers are able to not only meet the demands for rapid service deployment but also ease the ever-present constraint on staffing resources and high operating costs," said Kevin Kennedy, senior vice president of Cisco's service provider line of business.
The IP talent needed to make this not only a reality, but also a successful business, operations, and technical venture, remains in short supply," said Kevin Kennedy, senior vice president of Cisco's service provider line of business.
access:Seven is a great example of how using Cisco's remote access integration to MPLS VPNs benefits both the service provider and its customers," said Susan Scheer, director of marketing for Cisco's service provider line of business.
Prior to Nortel Networks, Ricketts held several senior-level management positions at Cisco, including head of marketing for the service provider line of business in Cisco's European, Middle East and African (EMEA) markets.