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Junji Yamashita

Director of Product Management at NTT Communications

New York, United States

About Me

Junji Yamashita is director of Product Management and Sr. Evangelist for NTT America. In this role, he leads the productization efforts of networks and unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) solution set. 

He is responsible for driving product strategy and direction with close alignment to customerÅfs needs in the US market. Prior to joining NTT America, Junji worked at NTT Communications and NTT East in Japan in engineering, presales and project management roles. Junji holds a bachelorÅfs degree in Information Science from Waseda University.

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Which SD-WAN technology is a fit for you?

According to Gartner (Survey Analysis: SD-WAN Early Findings Yield Surprises, published: 15 November 2017, ID: G00343588), there are 30...

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A look into the crystal ball of SD-WAN

Software Defined-WAN (SD-WAN) Crystal Ball – The Journey to Mainstream

Gartner noted in their recent report “Hype Cycle for Enterprise...

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How to design a hybrid WAN to best fit UC applications

Increasingly enterprises are considering a transition to a hybrid WAN environment. Many have already started the transition. The adoption...

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