Dave Malik

Cisco Fellow and Chief Architect

Customer Experience

Dave Malik is a Cisco Fellow and Chief Architect in the Customer Experience organization working with Cisco’s largest customers in their digital transformation journey. He is responsible for designing scalable solution architectures for strategic Enterprise and Service Provider clients. Dave provides expertise to the product and services leadership teams for each architecture to ensure Cisco continues to have a differentiated portfolio of solutions that help customers achieve their goals for growth and effective operations. He is actively involved in leading the development of solutions in the Automation and Orchestration, Intent-Based Networking, Multicloud, 5G transitions, Analytics, and Security domains to enable the acceleration of digital transformation journeys.


#CiscoChat Recap: Data at the Speed of Now

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While I was in Tokyo, I was asked if I was interested in joining a #CiscoChat. Thought about it in Singapore and again in London. Each of those countries have something in common. They are becoming Fintech incubators with great ideas that will drive digitization into every business. Having traveled multiple countries, I was thrilled […]

April 28, 2014


Wrap-up: Cisco at HPC for Wall Street

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We recently returned from another great experience at the High Performance Computing Linux for Wall Street event in New York on April 7, 2014. This year’s 11th annual HPC conference focused on big data, HPC applications, data centers fabrics, cloud economics, low latency and how these technologies are all changing the way global financial markets are evolving. […]

September 9, 2013


Wall Street and Data Analytics, They Are Only As Good As The Network That Connects Them

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At this years’ 2013 High Performance Computing on Wall Street once again the greatest minds from the financial services industry gathered to discuss the latest technology trends that give financial firms a technology edge in accessing information in real-time to better predict where markets are going and the best areas to invest. Many vendors delivered […]

Round-Up: Cisco at HPC for Wall Street

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We had a great time at the recent 10th Annual High Performance Computing Linux for Wall Street event in New York on April 8, 2013. This year’s HPC conference focused on speed and cutting-edge advances in network visibility, analytics, and instrumentation. Some of the brightest minds in the financial services industry were in attendance to […]

April 8, 2013


Cisco Partners with Industry-Leading Trade Monitoring Vendors to Give High Performance Traders Enhanced Visibility

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Today, April 8, 2013, the brightest of Wall Street are meeting at the 10th Annual High Performance Computing Linux for Wall Street event in New York to learn about the latest technology innovations that give financial trading firms a competitive edge. With network latency achieving speeds of less than 50 nanoseconds, this year’s event focuses not […]

February 28, 2013


Post-WEBINAR: Enabling High-Performance Trading Alpha: Beyond Low-Latency to Sustained Performance

Financial markets today have become so dependent on well-designed technology architecture in support of growing automated trading business. I was recently part of a webinar centered on discovering how optimized latency performance, mitigation of microbursts, traffic filtering and analysis, and precise timing and synchronization are beneficial to all participants in the trading value chain. The […]