How VMware Can Help CSPs Make the Most of the Public Cloud

Ray Le Maistre
By Ray Le Maistre

Nov 11, 2021

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Spotlight

Communications service providers (CSPs) are collaborating ever more with the public cloud hyperscalers, but how can they make the most of these relationships? Stephen Spellicy, VP of Service Provider Marketing at VMware, provides insights and explains how the just-announced VMware Telco Cloud Platform – Public Cloud can help CSPs to achieve their goals.

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Stephen Spellicy

VP, Service Provider Marketing, VMware

Biography 

Stephen Spellicy is known in the software industry as a subject matter expert with experience in product marketing, technical marketing and product management. As vice president of service provider marketing, enablement and business development, he is responsible for building awareness, influence and driving customer demand in the market for VMware’s Telco Cloud Platform, which is designed for communication service providers (CSP) who seek to virtualize their network functions to increase agility and scale.

Previously, Stephen led both the product management and marketing functions for Guavus, a Thales company, within the Mobile Connectivity Services business unit and has also held senior marketing leadership roles at HPE, Dell/EMC, Lucent Technologies, EqualLogic, Njini, Inc., and Virtensys, Ltd.

Stephen is based in Bedford, New Hampshire, married for 25 years with 3 children, and enjoys listening to and playing jazz. He is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, with a concentration of study in film scoring and 20th century music composition.

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