Javier is a technologist with over 20 years of experience in the IT/Telecom industry with a focus on SDN/NFV, OSS/BSS, System integration, Automation, Cloud and Orchestration.
Prior to EMC, he worked at Fujitsu as Principal Planner/Architect, where he was responsible for introducing cutting-edge SDN multi-layer, and NFV application services, as well as building strategical partnerships with third party vendors. In addition, he worked at Juniper Networks Professional Services, Nokia, and Schlumberger, where he took different roles such as Customer Support Engineer, Solution Sales Manager, R&D Engineer and Group Manager at the US Technical Assistance Center.
Javier is also a health/fitness lover, loving to cook and being a certified personal fitness trainer. Lastly, he loves soccer and is an avid supporter of hometown team Real Madrid.
In part IV of this SDN/NFV blog series, I talked about how we arrived to the present situation of SDN, a bit of its history, as well as future plans. In addition, I cited the key implementation of Google’s... READ MORE
The joke goes around that the true meaning of Software Defined Networking (SDN) is “Still Don’t Know.” SDN is a technology that allows network administrators to no longer be reliant on static architecture of traditional hardware/networks, but freed to... READ MORE
SDN is no longer ‘the next big thing’ on the networking horizon, but a reality and inevitability for enterprises and service providers. IDC estimates the SDN market has grown from a $406 million industry in 2013 to more than... READ MORE
in my previous blog, I explained the basics of Software Defined Networking (SDN), how SDN has evolved to this point, the separation between the control plane and data plane, plus we named the three main flavors of SDN: Open... READ MORE
The joke goes around that the true meaning of Software Defined Networking (SDN) is “Still Don’t Know”. In short, SDN is a technology that allows network administrators to no longer be reliant on static architecture of traditional hardware/networks, but... READ MORE