Gina Nienaber

Marketing Manager

SP Infrastructure

Ms. Nienaber has been in the communications industry for two decades. She started her career in 1996 with the United States Air Force where she served four years building networks across the globe.

In 2000, Ms. Nienaber joined Lucent Technologies as a Systems Engineer where she continued to design and build networks in the service provider market segment. Wanting to join the industry leader in networking, she became part of the Cisco sales organization in 2008.

After several years of regional account focus and wanting an opportunity to impact Cisco at a global level, she joined the Service Provider Global Marketing team where she works to bring new technology innovations to our web and carrier customers. Ms. Nienaber resides in the Charleston, SC with her family.


MPLS+SDN+NFV World Congress 2017: Where The Rubber Meets The Road

4 min read

Industry experts, operators and vendors present real use cases and technology demos to demonstrate what works, and what does not, for real deployments in live networks.

November 29, 2016


Cisco and Ansible Team up to Demonstrate How to Manage Cloud-Scale Networks

1 min read

Cisco and Ansible teamed up for SDx Demo Friday. We showed how to manage large-scale networks using Cisco IOS XR application hosting infrastructure and Ansible version 2.2.

February 29, 2016


Cisco Lights Up Paris with Transformational Innovations

1 min read

Cisco is proud to be a triple diamond sponsor of MPLS+SDN+NFV World Congress 2016, which runs from March 8-11 at the Marriott Paris Rive Gauche Hotel and Conference Center in Paris, France. (For the uninitiated, that’s quite a jumble of acronyms — spelled out, it stands for “Multi-Protocol Label Switching + Software Defined Networks + […]

September 22, 2015


WAN Automation Engine and Segment Routing: Two Great Solutions Even Better Together

2 min read

Are you looking to deliver an intelligent, dynamic and highly optimized programmable network where applications have control in how they explicitly traverse the end-to-end network? If so, you have probably been watching the Application Engineered Routing story unfold since it was launched in March 2015. For those of you following this developing chapter in the […]