Harald de Wilde, Cisco, will speak at the Internet of Things Event 2017, which takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
About Harald de Wilde
Harald David, Strategic Channel Developer Internet of Things at Cisco, chose Cisco in 2011 as the next step because of the company’s vision “Changing the Way We Live, Work, Play and Learn”.
Since its entry into the world of ICT in 2001 he is driven by the impact of innovation and is therefore a perfect match with Cisco.
Harald is responsible for the development of Cisco’s Next Gen partner landscape in areas such as Cloud, Big Data, Analytics and Internet of Everything, is a member of Cisco’s Shadow MT, part the EMEAR Digital Transformation Channel team and is part of the Dutch Digitization team. Harald is close to the innovation of a market leading party in IoT and know in a simple and logical way to translate this complex development.
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