Is your networking hardware due for a refresh?
By transforming and optimizing your network, organizations like yours have the potential to save millions of dollars.

Watch the webcast on demand and discover how you can maximize financial, hardware and operational savings for your next tech renewal.

Duration: 45 min
Location: Virtual event via NTT Studio

We discuss
  • How to get the most out of your Cisco network investments.
  • How you can maximize savings while modernizing your network with a simple analysis.
  • Key considerations many organizations overlook when refreshing their technologies.
  • AIOps: How does it help you improve operational efficiency and optimize cost?
Meet our speakers
Mukesh Thapliyal 
Regional Sales Manager, SDWAN, APJC, Cisco 

Regional Sales Manager responsible for Cisco's SDWAN and Routing solutions. An accomplished sales leader, passionate about technology, and deeply committed to customer satisfaction, he brings over two decades of expertise encompassing presales, consulting, and sales. Currently, he spearheads Cisco's SDWAN sales efforts With a commendable 12-year tenure at Cisco, he has also contributed significantly to various business domains such as collaboration, Meraki, and Routing.

Earl Basham 
Director Platform Architecture Managed Network and Collaboration Services, NTT

Earl Basham, a distinguished IT professional with a 25+ year track record, presently holds the role of Director of GTM at NTT Ltd., entrusted with the leadership of ANZ Networking and Collaboration Services. Prior to this, he served as Principal Enterprise Architect for nearly five years, overseeing the Enterprise Architecture team in Queensland. 

Earl's unique strength lies in his ability to harness technical expertise and rich experience to guide IT decision makers through intricate digital transformations. He excels at not only optimizing costs but also simplifying complexities, ensuring that your organization's technological journey is marked by efficiency and success. 

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