Hugo Vliegen

VP of Product Management and Technical Marketing

Enterprise Routing and SD-WAN

Hugo Vliegen has global responsibility for product management and technical marketing for Enterprise Routing & SDWAN. Hugo has 25+ years of experience in marketing and technology leadership roles. Over the years, he has worked with numerous enterprise customers, service providers, and channel partners to define business strategies and product/solution requirements for networking and security infrastructure. Hugo also brings experience from working at cloud and IoT startups, including Aryaka, Nebbiolo and Infogear (acquired by Cisco). He is the co-founder of several new product lines in the networking and security space generating $ 100M+ in yearly revenues. Hugo started his career in Manufacturing IT and Automation. Hugo earned a Ph.D. in Engineering from the University of Twente and graduated with Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from the Eindhoven University of Technology in The Netherlands.


April 22, 2024


Find Your Path to Unmatched Security and Unified Experiences

4 min read

Experience the seamless journey to secure access service edge (SASE) with the integration of Catalyst SD-WAN and Secure Access, simplifying your path to high-performance connectivity and enhanced security. This integrated solution delivers unmatched security and unified experiences for your network.

August 22, 2023


How SD-WAN Solves Multicloud Complexity

4 min read

With tight integrations to leading cloud, SaaS, and middle-mile providers, SD-WAN multicloud integration is an antidote to the management complexity and lack of agility of sprawling multicloud environments.

September 8, 2015


Digital Vortex: How Not to Be the 40% That Will Fail!

4 min read

At least 40% of businesses will fail at staying digitally agile. Among 941 business leaders in 12 industries surveyed, 43% percent...

June 25, 2015


Application Visibility Makes Parenting Easier!

2 min read

Parenting in a hyper-connected world is increasingly challenged by lack of visibility into children’s internet usage, and by limited controls to customize internet usage policies per child. About a year ago, I installed a home router with parental-controls. My kids (teenage girls!) quickly complained about the additional latency it introduced on the network. User experience […]