Kevin Wollenweber

Vice President, Product Management

Service Provider Network Systems

Kevin is Vice President of Product Management in the Service Provider Network Systems business at Cisco. In this role, he leads the product management team for the networking/routing portfolio aimed at the SP segment and has been with Cisco since 1997. As the product management leader for Cisco’s Service Provider Routing portfolio, Kevin is focused on how industry and technologies are transforming and evolving Cisco’s products and solutions to help customers address their business challenges. During his 22 years at Cisco, Kevin has driven a number of industry-leading transitions across a breadth of Cisco products and technologies. His work has included positions in product management, technical marketing, and software engineering, but he has always focused on the needs of the world’s largest Service Providers. Kevin has led the delivery of flagship Service Provider routing products such as the GSR, CRS, ASR and NCS families and is focused on continuous delivery of innovation and efficiency across the Service Provider routing portfolio. Throughout it all, Kevin has worked closely with the many providers to help them build world-class networks that deliver revenue growth opportunities and operational efficiency, while mitigating risk across hardware, software, and systems. Kevin has his Master’s of Science and Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Engineering from Santa Clara University and has held a Routing and Switching CCIE. When he isn’t working or traveling, he spends his time mountain biking, golfing and spending time with his family.


December 11, 2019


Cisco Goes SONiC on New Networking Platforms

Thanks to our continued collaboration with Microsoft and the SONiC community, today we are announcing SONiC/SAI support on our brand-new routing platforms, the Cisco 8000 Series. This represents the first truly integrated approach to supporting SONiC on both fixed and modular routers.

December 6, 2019


SRv6 is coming

Segment Routing (SRv6) inherits all of SR MPLS capabilities, but simplifies the network by leveraging native IPv6 headers to add network programming capabilities. Discover why SRv6 is getting strong market traction and learn more about what makes SRv6 stand out.