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Susie Wee

Susie Wee

VP & CTO of Networked Experiences

Susie Wee is the VP & CTO of Networked Experiences at Cisco Systems.   She is developing technologies and architectures for software-defined networks   that provide improved operational, end user, and developer experiences with the network. She is contributing to Cisco’s unified platform strategy by coupling applications to the converged infrastructure and developing systems for augmented collaboration. Prior to this, Susie was the VP & Chief Technology and Experience Officer of Cisco’s Collaboration Technology Group where she was responsible for driving innovation and experience design in Cisco's collaboration products and software services, including unified communications, telepresence, web and video conferencing, and cloud collaboration.

Prior to this, Susie had a 15 year career at Hewlett Packard. She was the CTO of Client Cloud Services where she created the client-based cloud services strategy for HP's Personal Systems Group. She was the founding VP of the Experience Software Business which created software for HP's PC products and grew the business to span 4 product lines in 1.5 years. Susie was the director of the HP Labs Mobile and Media Systems Lab with research in user experience, streaming media, networking, vision & graphics, security, and mobility.

Susie was the co-editor of the JPSEC standard for JPEG-2000 image security and the JPSEC amendment on File Format Security.  She was formerly associate editor for the IEEE Trans. on Circuits, Systems, and

Video Technology and IEEE Trans. on Image Processing. While at HP Labs, She was a consulting asst. professor at Stanford University where she co-taught a graduate course on digital video processing. Susie received Technology Review's Top 100 Young Innovators award in 2002, ComputerWorld's Top 40 Innovators under 40 in 2007, INCIT's Technical Excellence award in 2007, and Women In Technology's Hall of Fame award in 2010. She became an IEEE Fellow in 2009. She has over 50 publications and 45 granted patents.

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