Session Border Controllers (SBCs) provide secure access to SIP trunking, which enable service providers and enterprises to simplify their network design, reduce costs and effectively deploy new applications such as...
James K. Brewington, Sonus Director and former President of Lucent Technologies
Matthew W. Bross, Sonus Director and CEO of Compass-EOS; former CTO of BT, Huawei and Williams Communications
John P. Cunningham, Sonus Director and former Senior Vice President of Finance and Operations of Citrix Systems, Inc.
Beatriz V. Infante, Sonus Director and CEO of BusinessExcelleration LLC
Howard E. Janzen, Sonus Director and Chairman; and President and CEO of Cool Planet Energy Systems, Inc.
Richard J. Lynch, Sonus Director and President of FB Associates, LLC; former CTO of Verizon and Verizon Wireless
Pamela D.A. Reeve, Sonus Director and former CEO of Lightbridge Inc.
John A. Schofield, Sonus Director and former President, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Advanced Fibre Comm., Inc.
Scott E. Schubert, Sonus Director and former CFO of TransUnion LLC
H. Brian Thompson,Sonus Director and Executive Chairman, Global Telecom and Technology, Inc.
Raymond P. Dolan, Sonus Director, President and CEO
A decisive leader who coaches his teams to “play to win,” Ray was named president and CEO of Sonus in 2010. Ray brings 25 years of experience in the telecommunications industry and his own passionate style of thoughtful, deliberate leadership.
Ray’s background includes:
A U.S. Naval Academy graduate with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Ray was an officer in the U.S. Marine Corp. and spent more than seven years as a tactical jet pilot.
Ray is also a Board Member of American Tower Corporation (NYSE: AMT) and holds a M.B.A. degree from the Columbia University School of Business.
A quote that reflects his personal and business philosophy is from US President Theodore Roosevelt – "Better to dare mighty things, win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure . . . than rank with poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat."
Todd joined Sonus in 2011 to lead the development and execution of the worldwide go-to-market plan for Sonus. In September 2012, Todd was appointed Executive Vice President of Strategy & Go-To-Market. In this role, Todd oversees the strategic planning, portfolio management, marketing, channel enablement and sales functions at Sonus.
A leader with the expertise to establish strategic direction and the ability to develop an execution driven culture, Todd brings to the company his characteristic intensity and 30 years of sales experience in the computer and networking industries, including living and managing businesses in Asia and Europe.
Prior to Sonus, Todd held positions as:
Other than his biggest passion – spending time with his wife and three children – Todd enjoys skiing, golfing, cycling, surfing, and hiking and traveling internationally to experience different cultures of the world. He firmly believes that "confidence comes not from always being right, but not fearing to be wrong."
As Sonus CFO, Mark T. Greenquist brings more than 30 years of experience to Sonus, including extensive operational and financial experience with global publicly- and privately-held companies. Greenquist was most recently CFO for Siemens Enterprise Communications Limited (recently rebranded to Unify), a global communications and software company with $2 billion in revenue and 10,000 employees. From 2007 until its acquisition by Ericsson in 2012, Greenquist served as President and CEO at Telcordia Technologies, Inc., a global leader in the development of mobile, broadband and enterprise software and services with $750 million in revenue and 2,600 employees. Greenquist also served as Senior Vice President and CFO at Telcordia Technologies, Inc. from 2005 to 2007 prior to his promotion to CEO.
Mark brings additional financial leadership experience from companies including Symbol Technologies Inc. and Agere Systems Inc. where he served as CFO as well as Delta Airlines Inc., Saab Automobile AB, GM Corporation and General Motors where he held a variety of financial leadership positions.
Mark earned his M.B.A. from Columbia University Graduate School of Business (Beta Gamma Sigma) and a B.A. in Economics from Dartmouth College (Magna Cum Laude).
As Executive Vice President, Technology Development, Tony Scarfo is in charge of Product Development and Global Engineering.
Tony has more than 30 years of experience in telecommunications and brings a unique combination of talents given the variety of roles he has held in his career. Having lead Business Units, Business Development and Alliance Teams as well as Sales and Channel Teams, Tony has a deep understanding of Sonus technologies and a broad perspective on the markets we serve.
Prior to joining Sonus in 2011, Tony held positions as:
Working in the high-tech industry has given Tony an opportunity to discover one of his greatest passions: travelling the world. His travel philosophy is reflected in the Henry Miller quote, “One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”
As Senior Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel, Jeff ensures that the talent resources, operational facilities and legal support collectively serve the strategic plan for Sonus. Jeff holds global responsibility for leading Sonus’ talent acquisition, development and retention efforts. He also manages the legal function at Sonus, including commercial transactions, intellectual property, litigation, ethics and business compliance. Further, Jeff’s role encompasses the operations management of company buildings and grounds and facilities planning for the future needs of Sonus.
During his more than 20 years of experience, including 15 years as general counsel within public and privately traded companies, Jeff has been a change agent who has strengthened leadership teams by identifying and executing strategies that led to the achievement of corporate and operational goals.
Prior to joining Sonus in 2009, Jeff held positions as:
Jeff builds furniture and tinkers with old cars and motorcycles when he isn’t helping companies grow and succeed.
A long-time veteran of Sonus who says “the earth was cooling when I joined,” David is Vice President and General Manager of the SBC Business where all of his energy is focused on aggressively advancing the company’s position in the SBC market segment by driving innovation and product delivery into global markets.
Prior to this role, David held positions as:
Considering his favorite movie is “Miracle,” his favorite song is "Pumped up Kicks," and a quote he lives by is “Winning isn’t everything . . . it is the only thing,” it is not surprising David is determined to help Sonus win the number one spot in the SBC market.
Myk leads the Trunking and Policy Business, where he is responsible for strategy, team management, P&L and product roadmap.
A self-described participative manager, Myk believes in empowering people to contribute to decision-making. He brings 17 years of technology development and product management to Sonus, including great perspective from having been part of go-to-market pricing and product strategies and rollouts at companies as diverse as Microsoft, Avaya, Panasonic and Nortel.
Prior to Sonus, Mykola held positions as:
Myk loves spending time with his two daughters and is an avid mountain biker. Given that his favorite film is Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, you can picture him jumping on his bike and heading out for an adventure. But it certainly won’t be before he’s gotten the job done, as he is a firm believer that “project management matters and nine times out of ten, execution matters more than strategy.”
Peter is a 15-year multilingual technology industry veteran with a track record of success in leading, innovating and transforming technically advanced multinational companies. He joined Sonus in 2011 supporting the development of the go-to-market strategy and leads the company’s global services business.
Peter is a self-described idealist, who brings a unique and rare combination of skills to Sonus, including significant international experience, both from headquarter operations and living abroad. A favorite quote is, “The best way to predict the future is to invent it,” from Alan Kay and he believes that, even though the first one over the wall may get the most wounded; it is the same one that is always remembered.
Prior to Sonus, Peter held positions as:
A veteran of the NATO Allied Forces, Peter has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Columbia University and is fluent in four languages. He is an admitted “foodie” who enjoys culinary exploration in his worldwide travels.
Wes joined Sonus in 2011 as Vice President of Global Marketing to expand the company’s marketing, sales enablement and channel activation efforts worldwide. He is an experienced change catalyst with a 20 year track record helping global companies develop and execute integrated business and marketing plans.
Prior to Sonus, Wes held positions as:
Noting the one word he says that sums him up is “persistent,” Wes consistently demonstrates his belief in the expression “Good is the enemy of great.”
Bill joined Sonus in 2008 as Vice President and Chief Information Officer to drive technology innovation and transform how Sonus communicates and collaborates by using its own solutions internally.
A determined technology leader, Bill is an expert at organizational transformation and has extensively leveraged Cloud-based/SaaS solutions for efficiency and time-to-value advantage.
Prior to joining Sonus, Bill held positions as:
Bill was named “2011 CIO of the Year” by the Massachusetts Technology Leadership and firmly believes in continually learning and evolving your “personal toolset.” Like US President Theodore Roosevelt, his personal style is to “speak softly and carry a big stick.”
The industry-leading performance and scale of Sonus' SBC 5100 allows us to maintain a competitive edge in the market while delivering exeptional customer service.
We wanted to work with an industry-leading SBC vendor and our market analysis indicated that Sonus was the clear choice for this partnership.
MathWorks estimates that through the automated provisioning and call routing features of the Sonus solution, the company has freed up more than 250 IT staff hours per week for more important projects.
Sonus made the deployment, integration and migration to Microsoft Lync easy.