PacketFabric CTO to Join CEO Roundtable

They will be exploring innovative interconnections and their impact on business

Richard Steenbergen, CTO, PacketFabric

PacketFabric, a member of the NantWorks ecosystem of companies, announced that its Chief Technology Officer, Richard Steenbergen, will participate in a roundtable with executives from Microsoft, Facebook, Bank Street, FirstLight and New Jersey Fiber Exchange (NJFX) on June 21, 2017 at 2:10 p.m. at Telecom Exchange NYC 2017, taking place at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City.

During this session titled “Innovative Interconnections & Their Impact on Business,” featured executives will explore how new forms of connectivity services are impacting consumer and enterprise marketplaces as they discuss the latest interconnection offerings, benefits, future opportunities and challenges.  

Leveraging two decades of industry experience, Steenbergen will provide an insider perspective on the evolution of network connectivity practices, and illustrate for attendees how PacketFabric’s Software-defined Networking (SDN) based platform delivers a superior solution for reliable, simple, cost-effective networking services.

“The interconnectivity infrastructure landscape is changing rapidly as we experience a major surge in the deployment of dark fiber, data centers and cable landing stations,” explains Steenbergen.

“The PacketFabric platform is designed to serve the needs of evolving networks by delivering access to cost-effective, secure, reliable and dynamic connectivity that is instantly provisioned to meet the demands of the most bandwidth-intensive applications and workloads.  I’m looking forward to joining my industry colleagues at Telecom Exchange to further discuss the impact of innovative interconnection models on the greater telecom market.”

Consistent with the design of a modern, cloud-based architecture, PacketFabric’s services are available on a month-to-month, and usage basis.  This eliminates the need to purchase fixed capacity circuits or long-term contracts.  Using the latest state-of-the-art networking and optical technologies, PacketFabric delivers hundreds of terabits per second of network capacity and is designed to scale to petabits per second.

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