Greg Smith

Marketing Manager

Service Provider Routing & Switching

Greg Smith is a Marketing Manager in the Service Provider organization for Cisco Systems. In this role he is involved in both inbound and outbound marketing for Cisco’s routing and switching products (in particular the ASR 9000 Series) and is currently focused on the industry transition to IPv6. Greg’s team has twice won BtoB Magazine’s Social Media Marketing Award. Prior to joining the marketing department he spent five years in the Boston and New York City offices as a Systems Engineer selling IP NGN solutions to emerging and competitive providers. Before joining Cisco, Greg held various software development and product marketing roles in the networking and telecommunications industry.

Greg has earned a BSEE from Auburn University, an MSEE from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a Diplôme de Spécialision in Telecommunications from Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité in Metz, France.

Although a native of Silicon Valley, Mr. Smith now lives in southern New Hampshire with his wife and three children.


October 17, 2018


Cisco and Partners Present a Clock Synchronization for Small Cell DOCSIS Backhaul

Cisco, in partnership with Intel and Sercomm, will be demonstrating the DOCSIS Timing Protocol (DTP) solution at next week’s SCTE Cable-Tec Expo.

Come Join us at Cisco Live 2018!

Cisco Live Orlando 2018 is less than one month away and it’s your opportunity to sharpen your skills while you learn from the best on how to run your world-class network.

February 26, 2018


Cisco Spearheads Multi-Vendor Open vRAN Ecosystem for Mobile Networks

Written by Bob Everson, Global Director, Mobility and 5G, Cisco Systems One of the biggest trends in the networking industry has been towards disaggregation – unbundling the components of the...

October 18, 2017


Cisco Showing Industry Interoperability with Remote PHY at 2017 SCTE in Denver

At the SCTE Cable Expo of 2017, booth #987, we will be showing multiple OpenRPD Remote PHY Nodes connected with the Cisco cBR8 CCAP Core. In addition to that we have been working with Arris to show Remote PHY is indeed the only industry wide supported DAA.

Finding a Way Out of the Analog HFC Maze

Today, cable operators support a broad range of last-mile networks — fiber, PON, and Ethernet. However, with the current cable network infrastructure it can be more difficult to compete with fiber-only competitors.

November 28, 2016


How Cisco is delivering Innovation to Service Providers in Programmable Networks

Digitization is critical for businesses everywhere – and the opportunity for service provides lies in their ability to enable it. This is why it requires a new approach to networking that is simpler, more efficient, and enables carriers to grow their business. See for yourself… Global IP traffic will triple in the next five years, While […]

November 17, 2016


Remote Phy, The wonderful thing about standards

“The wonderful thing about “standards” is that there are so many to choose from!

November 15, 2016


Designing CCAP for DOCSIS 3.1 and Beyond

Written By Daniel Etman, Director Product Marketing CABU We often get asked what we mean by claiming that the Cisco cBR8 is designed from the ground up for DOCSIS 3.1 and beyond. In fact, there is a lot of confusion out there with regard to different hardware architectures in use by the various CCAP vendors. […]