Tracks Ethernet switches, including 1/10/25/40/100/200/400GE ports, and forecasts through 2024, split by campus vs, data center deployments. Vendor coverage includes Arista, Cisco, Dell, H3C, Huawei, Lancom, Juniper, white box, and others.
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Roz joined Omdia, formerly Ovum, in 2020 and specializes in the enterprise networking market, especially new developments that are changing market dynamics such as network virtualization and automation.
Prior to joining Omdia, Roz was a research manager at IDC, covering the enterprise network equipment and lifecycle services markets in EMEA. Roz previously worked in the IoT and Service Provider areas before focusing on enterprise networks.
Principal Analyst, Data center IT
Manoj is Omdia’s data center computing and networking expert. He covers trailblazing technologies such as processors that enable the programmability of compute and networking hardware, edge computing, composable infrastructure, and the adoption of open compute hardware. He has over 15 years of experience in engineering and financial services, consulting, and research.
Before joining Omdia, Manoj was the founder and director of QWave India, a hardware engineering services company that specializes in designing data center hardware for clients such as Facebook and LinkedIn. His team delivered Facebook’s first three open compute switches, pioneering the bare metal switching technology that has revolutionized the data center. He also worked on the architecture and design of Open19’s first switch and server. Manoj has also held senior positions in financial services, consulting, and media companies. He holds two bachelor’s degrees—one in physics and one in information technology—and an MBA from India’s Mahatma Gandhi University.
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