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Craig Hill

Craig Hill

Distinguished Systems Engineer, Cisco

Cisco Live/Networkers Speaker Since: 2009

Craig Hill is a Distinguished Systems Engineer with Cisco Systems for over 16 years, working on the U.S. Federal team. His focus for the past 11 years has been on a variety of IP core/SP technologies and architectures, specifically in applying them to the DOD, Intelligence, and Enterprise space. Current areas of technical focus include IP/MPLS, network virtualization over IP/MPLS, high availability and convergence, Carrier Ethernet, QoS, and a recent focus on data center interconnections and design. His recent architecture focus has been on transitioning large customer backbone networks from ATM to IP/MPLS/Ethernet, specifically in secure government networks where customized encryption is required.

Craig holds and Electrical Engineering degree from Capitol College, and has been a CCIE (#1628) in Routing and Switching since October of 1995. He is based out of the Cisco office in Herndon, VA. His Twitter handle is: @netwrkr95.

Register for a Session which Craig Hill will be the speaker at:

Session ID Description Year
BRKRST-2045

Network Virtualization Design Concepts over the WAN

2011
TECCRS-2003

Advanced WAN Design Topics

2011
TECVIR-2003

Enterprise Network Virtualization

2011

Cisco Live Speaker Recaps:

Session ID Description Score Year
BRKRST-2043

WAN Design: Network Virtualization

4.77 and 4.89 2010
BRKCRS-2043

Network Virtualization Design Concepts over the WAN

4.73 2010
TECCRS-2003

Advanced WAN Design Topics

4.72 2010
TECVIR-2003

Enterprise Network Virtualization

4.74 2010