Our Mission

Our platform brings transparency, speed, flexibility, and ease to an industry that’s been anything but. With PacketFabric, there’s no waiting or wondering, no playing catch-up. Build as you wish, turn up circuits with a click, consume freely. It’s time to move your business forward on your terms.

Re-engineer network capital expense and operational expense into a flexible on-demand service to deliver what your users need now.

Scale bandwidth for private network and hybrid cloud in minutes to meet application demand.

Be the hero who built a network for the future, instead of trying to operate the network of the past.

Defiant, Disruptive.
Dead set on delivering a better network.

Dave Ward
Dave Ward
Chief Executive Officer

Dave has served as head of Cisco’s Chief Technology and Architecture Office. 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 Milam
Chad Milam
President and Chief Operating Officer

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 Gilmore
Jezzibell Gilmore
Chief Commercial Officer & Co-Founder

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.

Anna Claiborne
Anna Claiborne
SVP Engineering and Product & Co-Founder

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.

Graham Holmes
Graham Holmes
Chief Security Officer

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.

Michael Glickman
Michael Glickman
Chief of Business Development

Michael Glickman is a well-known leader in the telecom, technology and networking industries. He drives large strategic partnerships and innovative joint ventures for PacketFabric. Glickman was most recently Senior Vice President for the Global Service Provider unit of Cisco where he was responsible for driving annual revenue in excess of $10B. During his tenure at Cisco, he also led their Cloud & Managed Services and Channels business worldwide.

Alex Henthorn-Iwane
Alex Henthorn-Iwane
Chief Marketing Officer

Alex is an accomplished leader in the SaaS, networking, and telecom industries, and will drive all aspects of global marketing initiatives for PacketFabric. Most recently, he was VP of Marketing at Sinefa, an analytics startup acquired by Palo Alto Networks in late 2020, and VP of Product Marketing at ThousandEyes, acquired by Cisco Systems for around $1B. Alex has previously held executive roles at Kentik Technologies, Quali, and Packet Design.

Meet all 135 team members

Our Ecosystem

Cloud services
google cloud aws microsoft azure ibm cloud
Data centers
databank flexential equinix server farm
Internet exchanges
amsix ix ix denver decix mass ix
network services
pilot zenfi networks excellipath ntt communications
XaaS providers
bluevoyant fiberhub kentik netskope

PacketFabric is redefining excellence in the Network as a Service category with our unrivaled platform on which solutions, businesses, outcomes, and innovations can be built. We create on-demand programmability within the network that provide businesses with complete control. Connect to the cloud or manage multi-clouds. Build your own network. Get point-to-point access. To build a better network, leverage a better platform-PacketFabric.

Discover what can happen when you leave legacy systems behind in order to build a legacy of your own.