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Rob Soderbery

Former Senior Vice President
No Longer with Cisco

Rob Soderbery leads enterprise products and solutions for Cisco’s Engineering organization. He and his team identify enterprise needs, define solutions to address them, and determine the best ways to make those solutions accessible to organizations. His team works across Cisco® product and technology groups and with partners to create solutions that generate business outcomes for our clients and a better online experience for users.

Soderbery is responsible for the market-leading Cisco network infrastructure—including enterprise routing, wireless, campus, and data center switching, as well as the Cloud Networking Group, based on the 2012 acquisition of Meraki. His team is also responsible for the fast-growing Cisco Unified Computing System™ (Cisco UCS®) and Cisco ONE™ software.

Prior to joining Cisco, Soderbery was a senior vice president and general manager at Symantec Corporation, where he led its storage and availability management business, supplying key technologies to the enterprise data center. Previously, Soderbery held a variety of executive roles at Veritas Software, including oversight of product management and strategic alliances. Prior to Veritas, he was an entrepreneur in the semiconductor industry, where he was an early employee at one successful startup and founder of a second.

Soderbery holds a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from California Institute of Technology and a master of science degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

Rob Soderbery's Cisco bio can also be found on The Network

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