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Mike Banic

Advisor San Francisco Bay Area, US

Vice President, Marketing, Vectra Networks, Inc.. Previously Board of Directors, Ronald McDonald House at Stanford.

Vice President, Marketing, Vectra Networks, Inc.. Previously Board of Directors, Ronald McDonald House at Stanford.

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Vice President, Marketing Vectra Networks, Inc. January 2014 - present
Board of Directors Ronald McDonald House at Stanford January 2013 - January 2015
Vice President of Marketing, HP Networking Hewlett Packard Enterprise August 2010 - January 2014
Vice President, Enterprise Marketing Juniper Networks November 2009 - August 2010
Vice President, Marketing, Ethernet Platforms Business Group Juniper Networks July 2005 - November 2009
VP, Corp Mktg Peribit Networks February 2004 - June 2005
VP, Marketing Trapeze Networks 2002 - 2003
Director, Product Management Rhapsody Networks September 2001 - August 2002
Product Line Manager Extreme Networks 1997 - 2001
Product Manager 3Com September 1992 - June 1997
System Engineer FiberCom, Inc 1990 - 1992

Education

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Controls, Communications 1983 - 1987
Xavier High School in Middletown, CT 1979 - 1983

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Oliver Brdiczka
Co-founder and Chief Data Scientist, People Prodigy, Inc.. Previously Principal Data Scientist, Vectra Networks, Inc..
Mike is the best marketing exec I have worked with so far, he brings a lot of enthusiasm, technical understanding, and awesome marketing kno ... wledge and networks to the table. And he is a pleasure to work with.

Oliver Brdiczka
We worked together  •  Co-founder and Chief Data Scientist, People Prodigy, Inc.. Previously Principal Data Scientist, Vectra Networks, Inc..
Oliver can listen and understand the most technical of his peers, and communicate in plain English so that non-technical staff can understan ... d the business value of technology.