Kevin Riley

As Chief Technology Officer and EVP of Advanced Research and Development, Kevin Riley drives Ribbon Communication’s innovation and development activities, with a particular focus on enabling SDN and NFV Cloud-based architectures of the future. Prior to his current role he served as CTO and SVP of Engineering and Operations for Sonus. Kevin has more than 20 years of software development and engineering experience and previously was instrumental in Sonus’ efforts to drive an industry leading technology roadmap, including the award winning Sonus SBC SWe (software edition) and SBC 7000, the two most successful new product introduction in Sonus’ history. Before this role at Sonus, he served as Vice President of Platform Engineering and Director of Core Software. Prior to Sonus, he held Software Development Manager positions at Verivue, Sentito Network, Cisco and Telebit.

Real-time Communications – Voice, Messaging, Video or Collaboration

By Kevin Riley | June 14, 2018

The Communications Cloud As more and more real-time communications – whether voice, messaging, video or collaboration – move to distributed software and cloud infrastructure, the management and security of real-time services becomes increasingly complex. Enterprises are moving to a zero-trust security

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