Matthias Machowinski joined Dell’Oro Group in 2020 and is responsible for the Wireless LAN research program, as well as building out research on enterprise network automation and subscription-based offerings.
With over two decades of experience in quantitative analysis in networking and communications technology research, Mr. Machowinski has created numerous research programs on emerging technologies that have developed into significant markets, including the rise of VoIP in the early 2000s, data center networking, and cloud and subscription-based deployment models. His research has been widely used for business decision-making by senior executives at leading technology companies around the world.
Prior to Dell’Oro Group, Mr. Machowinski headed up Informa’s Workspace Services practice, where he led the team covering the evolving connectivity and collaboration needs in the workplace. Before Informa, Mr. Machowinski directed the enterprise networks and communications research for Infonetics Research (later acquired by IHS Markit), where he created the firm’s research on phone systems, unified communication, videoconferencing, session border controllers, WAN optimization, and data center switching.
Mr. Machowinski’s research and analysis has been frequently quoted in leading trade and business publications including the Wall Street Journal, Wired, The Register, CRN, and Network World. Mr. Machowinski regularly speaks at industry conferences and webinars, and presents to senior executives at corporations. Mr. Machowinski received a B.S. degree summa cum laude in Psychology with a concentration in Mathematics and Statistics from Bemidji State University.
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