Today's network infrastructure is much like the electrical grid; it's lagged behind the rest of world, and hasn't kept pace with advancements in technology. Procuring network services to provision simple services to move data from one point to another takes months of work and man power. We're talking months of preparation and operational cost - all to move data from Los Angeles to New York in 65 milliseconds.
PacketFabric is the next generation network service provider. Pricing is transparent, services are provisioned through our portal in minutes, and our API provides extensible automation. We're the highly scalable Network-as-a-Service platform: the perfect marriage of SaaS and carrier network, with terabits of capacity to wherever business takes you.
Dave has served as head of Cisco’s Chief Technology and Architecture Office, and led Cisco’s core innovation programs, unifying and advancing strategic co-innovation partnerships and programs. He is also one of two individuals to be both Cisco and Juniper Fellows working on the operating system and next-generation routing systems. Dave holds hundreds of patents. He has also served on the Boards of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions, Advanced Imaging Society, Linux Foundation, Linux Foundation Networking, ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector, Governmental Advisory boards and Open Networking Foundation.
Chad has served as CTO at NantWorks, LLC and Mox Networks. Prior to NantWorks, Chad led the Technical Infrastructure and Systems team at Teza Technologies and the Global Infrastructure organization at Publicis Groupe S.A.
Jezzibell was an early stage employee of AboveNet Communications and Akamai Technologies, and previously served as VP of Operations at RoamData, as well as VP of Business Development for GTT.
Prior to joining PacketFabric, Aurin served as Principal at Digital Alpha Advisors, a technology focused private equity firm that invests in a new class of digital infrastructure assets. Aurin has extensive expertise in enterprise computing, private investing, deal structuring, board governance, M&A, capital raising and valuation.
Graham's career includes over 22 years as a leader at Cisco Systems. As Senior Director of the Advanced Security Initiatives Group at Cisco Systems, Inc., Graham authored and led the product security strategy, policies, and practices to ensure secure and trustworthy outcomes in all Cisco products and services.
Anna co-founded Prolexic Technologies, which was later acquired by Akamai for $370 million. She previously served as Product Development Manager at Terremark, and VP of Engineering at 6connect.
The PacketFabric team consists of 115 team members from around the world.