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Brad Casemore

Research Vice President, Datacenter Networks

Brad Casemore is IDC’s Research Vice President, Datacenter Networks. He covers networking products and related technologies and platforms typically deployed in the datacenter.  Mr. Casemore also works closely with IDC's Enterprise Networking, Server, Storage, Cloud and Security programs to assess the impact of emerging IT and converged and hyperconverged infrastructure. He researches technology areas such as Ethernet switching in the datacenter, Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs), SD-WAN, WAN Optimization, Network Virtualization, Network Programmability, and Software Defined Networks (SDN). In this capacity, Mr. Casemore provides ongoing research for IDC’s Continuous Information Service (CIS), market forecasts, custom consulting, and Go-To-Market services.

 

BACKGROUND

Prior to joining IDC, Mr. Casemore spent more than 20 years in the information-technology industry, holding various positions in the areas of enterprise computing and applications, enterprise/datacenter networking, and security and mobile/wireless technologies. He most recently served as VP Partners at Echoworx Corporation, and has held senior business-development positions at companies such as BorderWare Technologies, Sitraka (now part of Quest Software), and Platform Computing. Earlier in his career, Mr. Casemore worked at Cisco Systems. He first began working in the technology industry as a market analyst, covering the early LAN and WAN markets – including NICs, hubs, routers, repeaters, and bridges – as well as UNIX servers and workstations.

 

EDUCATION/INDUSTRY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • Bachelor of Journalism from the Humber College in Toronto
  • Mr. Casemore also was the author of a popular blog, Twilight in the Valley of the Nerds, that covered enterprise and datacenter networking. In that forum, he wrote extensively about the networking industry, software-defined networking (SDN), network fabrics and architectures, and higher-layer network and security services
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Worldwide Datacenter Network Forecast, 2018-2022

Feb 2018 - Market Forecast - Doc # US42756018

by: Brad CasemorePetr JirovskyRohit Mehra

This IDC study provides a forecast for and analyzes key trends affecting the worldwide market for datacenter networking."Ostensibly, the worldwide datacenter network retains a relatively enviable growth profile. Nonetheless, cloud is having...
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