Our CompanyInfinera empowers network operators to quickly deliver differentiated services by enabling an infinite pool of intelligent bandwidth. The company leverages its unique large scale photonic integrated circuits to deliver innovative optical networking solutions for the most demanding network environments. Deployed across the globe, Infinera Intelligent Transport Networks enable carriers, cloud operators, governments and enterprises to accelerate service innovation and simplify optical network operations. In 2015 Infonetics Research/IHS ranked Infinera as the "fastest growing optical company in the West" and in a separate report named Infinera as a leader among the top optical network hardware vendors, describing the company as the “ne plus ultra of the rapidly growing Internet content provider and datacenter interconnect market” and a leader not because of size but because of “outstanding customer perceptions, large market share gains and tight finances.” Further in 2015 research firm Ovum ranked Infinera the number one supplier of datacenter interconnect (DCI) platforms to ICPs and carrier neutral providers worldwide. The rankings underscore Infinera's performance in these segments and validate the company's approach to delivering the right products into the Cloud and datacenter markets. With the acquisition of Transmode, Infinera now offers an end-to-end packet-optical portfolio to fully address the optical networking market including long-haul, subsea, Cloud and metro. As the industry continues its transition to 100G and software defined networking, Infinera remains focused on its opportunity with Transmode to accelerate the creation of one of the top packet optical transport companies in the world. Infinera is a global company listed on NASDAQ (INFN) with more than $888 million in annual revenue (FY2015), sustained growth, and approximately 1,900 employees worldwide.
Skills We're Looking For
Working with Cross-Functional Teams Marketing Pricing Product Management Product Strategy Sales Data Center Operations Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Software Defined Networking (SDN) Computer Science Network Functions Virtualization engineering Go to Market (GTM) Internet Protocol (IP) Product Life Cycle Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Optical