Mike Marcellin is Senior Vice President of Strategy and Marketing for Juniper Networks Platform Systems Division (PSD), maintaining responsibility for business strategy and marketing of Juniper’s industry-leading portfolio of high performance routing, switching, and data center fabric products, as well as the company’s leading Junos operating system and best-in-industry silicon portfolio. Marcellin’s team is responsible for business strategy and product marketing, go-to-market planning, sales and customer education and information experience, as well as competitive analysis worldwide.
Marcellin is also a Board Member of US Ignite, an NSF-sponsored initiative focused on promoting US leadership in developing and deploying applications and services for ultra-fast broadband and Software-Defined Networks that have the potential to transform areas of national priority such as advanced manufacturing, clean energy, education and workforce technologies, emergency preparedness and public safety, health information technologies, and transportation.
PSD includes Juniper’s best-in-class core and edge routing solutions that serve the top global service providers, content providers, as well as enterprises that require high performance networking to power their business. These routing systems also serve as the platform for Juniper’s emerging software and applications business, including advanced mobility, video, and security solutions, automation of network tasks to reduce operating expenses, as well as the delivery of value-added services. The PSD portfolio also includes the EX line of switches, a broad wireless LAN portfolio, and the groundbreaking QFabric solution for the virtualized data center. Together, these systems make up a comprehensive, end-to-end enterprise networking portfolio designed to change the user experiences and customer economics of networking.
Previously, Marcellin served as Vice President of Global Managed Solutions for Verizon, responsible for product development and marketing of its portfolio of managed IP networking, hosting, security and IT solutions for businesses around the world. During his tenure, Marcellin managed this $4 billion portfolio, along with $75 million in product development capital, to deliver best-in-industry security solutions, an innovative cloud computing offering for enterprises and a first-of-its-kind managed mobility solution.
A Rodman Scholar at the University of Virginia, Marcellin received a Bachelor of Science degree with Distinction in Systems Engineering. Marcellin is based in Sunnyvale, California.