David gekler, senior vice president of Cisco, tech

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David gekler, senior vice president of Cisco: technology and strategy coexist

David gekler

Senior Vice President of Cisco and general manager of network and security division

David gekler is the senior vice president and general manager of network and Security Division of Cisco, the world's top network solution provider. He leads a global team of more than 20000 engineers, responsible for Cisco's network and security strategy and market acceleration, including technology portfolio and strategic acquisition business. Excellent technical skills and forward-looking strategic thinking make David an indispensable General of Cisco

In 1984, David graduated from the University of Missouri in the United States, and then studied for a master's degree in computer science at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, and successively obtained an MBA from Columbia University and the University of California, Berkeley. He joined Cisco in May, 2000. After more than 10 years, he has mastered the technical knowledge of mobile, video infrastructure and networking, and his experience covers many key technical fields. He has won the appreciation of the company's top management by virtue of his real talents and hard work all the way. At present, David is an important member of Cisco CEO think tank, mainly responsible for two core businesses of the company: network and safety. In the company's total operating income of nearly $50billion, these two accounts for $32billion. It can be seen that the company attaches great importance to David when the ultimate working load is less than 5 tons. This technology expert recommended to apply for one of the first major technical equipment identification projects in Fujian Province in 2018. He not only talked about computer technology, but also knew the company's development strategy

in order to maintain the dominant position of the company in the market, David led the company to integrate artificial intelligence technology into the Internet business and combine programmable chips to create a new generation of network switches that meet the market demand. He plans to use this new system to make the company stand out from the competition with many start-ups and take the lead

not only that, David also has his own sober strategic thinking about the future development of Internet. Others asked him what the biggest challenges facing the Internet in the next three to five years are. David said: first, network access, that is, the number of devices connected to the network; The second is the data center, which is to see how we deal with the cloud world by introducing the aluminum based new material project with unique technology and broad market prospects. He believes that the most important thing for the future development of networks is to simplify complex fields, for which automation technology, the number of devices and the technology of scaling networks are essential

with solid networking skills and outstanding leadership skills, David won frost Sullivan's Engineering Operation Excellence Award in 2012. Last year, he was selected as the 52 most influential people in the 2017 science and technology circle, ranking 45th on the list

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