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Samuel Pasquier

Director Product Management

Cisco Industrial IoT Networking Portfolio

Samuel Pasquier is head of Product Management for the Industrial IoT Networking portfolio within the Enterprise Networking Group (ENG). Based in San Jose, California, he is responsible for working closely with both the sales team and the engineering team to develop and execute the product strategy and roadmap for the entire industrial IoT Networking portfolio as well as Cisco Fog Computing software solution (IOx).

Samuel has been with Cisco Systems since 2004. Samuel spent 6 years in Catalyst 6500 engineering team, as a Software Technical Leader. He designed, implemented and sustained several key infrastructure features on the platform. With this previous experience, Samuel has a very deep understanding of software development and architecture. Samuel was the product line manager for the Catalyst 6500/6800. He led the team of product managers that completed a full refresh of the Catalyst 6500 Portfolio with the launch of Catalyst 6800.

Prior to his current role, Samuel was leading the team of product managers defining the roadmap for the Catalyst Fixed Access switches Portfolio (Catalyst 2960-X, 3750, 3650 and 3850).

Samuel holds a Master Degree in Computer Science from “Ecole pour l’informatique et les techniques avancees” (EPITA) in France and a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from the George Washington University School of Business. As a result of his international background, he is fluent in English and French. He is a regular speaker at network industry events.

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Cisco wins “Industrial IoT Innovation of the Year” in 2020 IoT Breakthrough Awards

The Cisco IoT portfolio is pushing industrial IoT connectivity to the edge, using intent-based networking that’s flexible, secure, scalable, and award-winning. We’re honored to be named “Industrial IoT Innovation of the Year” in the 2020 IoT Breakthrough Awards for our Cisco Catalyst IW6300 Heavy Duty Series Access Points, which extend the IoT edge to new frontiers across manufacturing, oil and gas, mining, food […]

September 10, 2019

INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

Cisco one of first networking companies to receive two IEC 62443 certifications for industrial switches

Cisco receives two ISA/IEC 62443 certifications for industrial switches to ensure IoT security of its network infrastructure and flexibility at the network edge.

Utilities: Industrial networks need IT security

Turku Energia’s leaders made the strategic decision to unify the utility’s networks – and worked with Cisco to make it happen.

Bringing It All Together: Industry 4.0 at HMI

As I look around the show floor here at HMI 2019, I’m impressed by the variety of companies in attendance. You can find everything from industrial sensors. Cables. PLC. Software. Applications. Cloud.