Sudheer Matta

Sudheer Matta brings more than 15 years of wireless and networking industry experience to his role as vice president of Product Management at Mist Systems. He is responsible for successfully leading product strategy for the company, which has built the first wireless platform for the smart device era.

Prior to Mist, Sudheer held leadership roles in product management and sales at Cisco, Juniper Networks and Trapeze Networks. Prior to that, he held engineering roles at Trapeze and Cirrus Logic where he served as lead 802.11 developer and strategist, wrote code and designed wireless networking solutions.

Sudheer has been involved with the IEEE and Wi-Fi Alliance for 10 years. Most recently he chaired the Wi-Fi Alliance Healthcare Task Group and vice-chaired the Wi-Fi Alliance Network Management Task Group. He served as standards lead in roles at Cisco and Trapeze Networks and was recognized as a major contributor in the 802.11k standard amendment. He holds six assigned and two pending patents, including the patent for the widely implemented Band Steering technology.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Sudheer Matta and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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