The rapid advancement of digital technologies has led to an unprecedented increase in network demands. Network operators face the ongoing challenges of providing scalability and introducing new services while reducing costs. IP Infusion is leading the charge to provide these solutions. IP Infusion deliver open, standards-based solutions that span from the edge of the network, through the transport layer to multi-cloud environments.
On this episode of the Critical Lowdown, our Head of Technical for EMEA, Barry McGinley sat down with IP Infusion’s Vince Schuele, Director of Technical Solutions for Partners in EMEA and India, to talk about their latest innovation, the expansion of the feature set for the Data Center with the OcNOS 6.3 release. VINCE SCHUELE
DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS FOR PARTNERS (EMEA AND INDIA), IP INFUSION
Vince Schuele is the Director of Technical Solutions for Partners in EMEA and India at IP Infusion. He began his career in the US military, where he helped build NATO networks in Europe and spent eight years as a Signal Officer. His experience includes working as a systems integrator, a consulting network architect, and managing satellite communication nodes for US Army Europe. Schuele has also worked on large scale MPLS deployments, secure Data Center deployments, and coalition networking. His time in service concluded with advising on and deploying security strategy for the United States European Command. Currently, his main focus is on service provider and enterprise Data Center deployments. Schuele is passionate about open and disaggregated networking space and is excited to be a leader in the field with IP Infusion.
SENIOR SYSTEMS ENGINEER, EPS GLOBAL
Barry McGinley, Senior Systems Engineer at EPS Global is based in Dublin, Ireland and provides the first layer of tech support all customers in EMEA.
Barry works on POCs for Data Centre, Service Provider and Enterprise deployments and leads the adoption of new bare metal hardware for carrier and telecom applications. Barry has in-depth expertise of the disaggregated networking landscape covering all of the open-source and commercial software and hardware on the market. He is a sought-after speaker on the topic, and is the author of a popular tech blog on epsglobal.com. He is an avid Celtic supporter and partial to a pint of Guinness.
Barry has a BSc in Networking Applications and Services from TU Dublin.