Barry O’Sullivan, former SVP and General Manager of the Collaboration Technology Group, announced in a blogtoday that he will be leaving Cisco. While offering no details, the blog reports that he will be starting a software company. Since stepping down from the GM job, O’Sullivan has remained at Cisco as a member of Padma Warrior’s CTO and Strategy group. He worked on strategic initiatives in the area of business and technology partnerships. One of those relationships is with SAP, who offers SAP HANA (High Performance Analytic Appliance) on Cisco’s UCS hardware platform. O’Sullivan leaves Cisco after ten-plus years that saw the company go…
"O'Sullivan led the business through the glory years of Unified Communications at Cisco, when millions of IP telephones shipped year after year, with Cisco moving from number 6 in IP Telephony global market to top of the heap. Along the way, he brought WebEx and Tandberg to Cisco as well as many smaller acquisitions."
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