Former Cisco GM joins Voxbone CaaS
|Christian Hargrave in Cloud Services Tuesday, September 11, 2018|
Former Cloud Collaboration Technology Group at Cisco, Dr. Jens Meggers, has signed on with Voxbone to provide improved cloud communications.
Voxbone's mission has been bolstered by the addition of a new board member, Dr. Jens Meggers. Voxbone powers many enterprise cloud communications platforms with on-demand voice and messaging services via API. Meggers’ experience will be indispensable as Voxbone pushes further into the complex realm of enterprise infrastructures.
As former senior vice president and general manager for the Cloud Collaboration Technology Group at Cisco, Meggers brings deep enterprise software and services expertise to the Voxbone board. An expert in creating robust, scalable infrastructures, he was responsible for managing Cisco’s cloud-focused portfolio of voice, video and web conferencing services. Meggers previously held leadership positions at Symantec and currently serves as COO of exciting AI cloud collaboration play, Huddl.ai.
"Voxbone is quite possibly the best-kept secret in cloud communications,” said Meggers. “The team has disrupted how communications are consumed; now, it powers the entire communication industry as well as businesses worldwide. Voxbone is changing the global communications landscape and I am excited to join a company that communications players can’t do without.”
With a Masters and Ph.D. in Computer Science from RWTH Aachen, Germany, where he conducted research in 3G/4G mobile internet applications and video and audio transmission over networks with variable service capabilities, Meggers also has several patents in data communications and security.
“Jens is one of the rare individuals who has successfully brought complex, critical cloud services to Enterprise users on a massive scale and across several domains, such as communications and cybersecurity,” said Itay Rosenfeld, CEO of Voxbone. “A seasoned executive, he not only commands respect in the communications industry, but he’s also a great person to work with. We feel privileged to have him on board”.
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