Akshay Sharma

AKshay has a rich experience of 10+ years in data and telecom domains. He is working as a solution architect in a reputed Telecom in India from the last 5 yrs and has diversified experience in providing robust network solution to SMB and enterprise segment. Prior to this assignment he was into support/planning/implementation into telecom domain. His core expertise is in DSL broadband/IP/MPLS/Routing and switching with hands on multiple telecom equipment’s and had done n no of certifications into his long career.

 

VLUU L100, M100  / Samsung L100, M100Solution design, Capex control and testing on new integrated solution include his key strengths. He has also successfully handled the responsibility to optimize network & customer life cycle processes to improve the overall operational efficiency and to provide differentiated services and SLA to premium customers.

An avid music lover, he has varied interest including Travel and Cricket.

 

 

 

Akshay sharing his experiences and solutions on MPLS/IP/Security domain which he has proposed to his customers so far considering their existing network architecture and future scalability. There are multiple ways to achieve the given solutions but this is simplest way to achieve with recommendation. Solutions have been proposed considering Customers flat network at LAN side and solution would vary according to every customer because every customer have their own LAN setup running with different routing protocols but the provided WAN solution would be common for most of them and hardly add one or more route additional to it..

 

4 Responses

  1. reete says:

    Awesome job akshay.

  2. CHIRAG says:

    SIMPLE,KNOWLEDGEABLE AND BEST EFFORTS …!!

  3. bilal says:

    Good going. do share customized solutions to customers via MPLS

  4. FrankQZagara says:

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