David Loy

Global NetApp Alliance Executive

Global Partner Organization

David Loy is the Global NetApp Alliance Executive where he heads the development of the relationship to expand how NetApp and Cisco go to market together. Prior to this role, David assumed different sales leadership positions in both Cisco Australia and in the USA. David has over 24 years experience in management, sales and service delivery. The most recent 18 years in IT have focused on Service Provider, Fortune 500, and U.S Federal and State Government customers. David began his IT career with Intel in the US as part of their Senior Executive Leadership Program. He later joined an internet startup -Arrowpoint Communications which was subsequently acquired by Cisco in 2001. Prior to taking his current role, David was the Director of Services in ANZ where he led a sales team delivering world class consulting and technical services across Australia and New Zealand helping customers with digital transformation. Prior to this role, he was General Manager Smart Grid, Media, Cloud & Smart and Connected Cities. He built and led this sales, service and engineering team in to target these new markets for Cisco; and in a few short years David dramatically doubled the business by delivering innovative solutions, services, and applications built around Cisco technologies. Today, these customers continue to work closely with Cisco to develop their next generation technologies and business models. David has consistently led overachieving teams throughout his career. He is one of the select few who participate in the Cisco High Potential Leadership Program. David holds a MBA at Rollins College Winter Park, Florida where he studied operations and international business and is a graduate of the University of South Carolina.


June 23, 2020


Cisco and NetApp: Reimagining Converged Infrastructure to Give Customers What They Need

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We’ve designed FlexPod to give customers what they need—performance, reliability, agility, and value—while always evolving to help improve operations and drive innovation. How? Let’s talk through some use cases.