Co-Founder DeepField Networks
Joined on September 4, 2010 – United States
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Craig Labovitz is co-Founder at DeepField Networks.
He has 15 years of telecommunications engineering and technical leadership experience, including growing Arbor Networks from an academic research project to the de facto traffic management and security solution deployed at more than 70% of Internet providers globally. Previously, Craig held management and research positions at Microsoft Research and Merit Networks.
Craig holds a MSE and PhD in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Michigan, and a BSE in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
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