Thomas Wyatt is the vice president and general manager of the Collaboration Infrastructure Business Unit at Cisco. Cisco’s vision is to transform the way people work with the next-generation Collaboration Experience. The Collaboration Infrastructure Business Unit delivers the integrated infrastructure that powers Cisco’s market share- leading Collaboration business. The infrastructure portfolio includes call control, conferencing, edge, and management technologies, for unified communications and TelePresence solutions.
Previously, Wyatt drove Cisco’s growth in the telepresence infrastructure market as the vice president and general manager of the TelePresence Infrastructure Business Unit. This group provided applications and conferencing solutions that enabled business and service provider customers to collaborate across boundaries using high-quality TelePresence video experiences.
In 2006, Wyatt founded Cisco’s Digital Media Systems business unit to offer a comprehensive solution for enterprise social software for video, digital signage, content delivery networks, and business IPTV applications. As the vice president and general manager for this emerging technology start-up, Wyatt led the successful acquisition of privately-held Tivella Inc. in an effort to accelerate Cisco’s digital signage business. Under Wyatt’s leadership, Cisco grew to be #1 in market share in the digital signage industry.
Wyatt also formerly led Cisco’s Media Processing Business Unit that develops an advanced network-based media processing platform enabling any media to be viewed on any device.
Wyatt is an honors graduate with a B.S. in Finance and in Managing Information Technology from Syracuse University. Wyatt also has completed the Executive Development Program at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.