Adam Dunstan

Adam Dunstan

Adam Dunstan is the president and CEO of Active Broadband Networks. Since its founding in 2005, Adam has guided the company to its current position as a leading player in the DOCSIS market, with more than 30% market share in North America.  Prior to Active Broadband, Adam was principal of a consulting practice that provided services to cable system operators. Previously, he was employed by Avici Systems, where he served as vice president of business development and vice president of technology, and was instrumental in the development and deployment of the world's first terabit, carrier-class router. While at Avici Systems, he also served as chairman, president and vice president of the Optical Internetworking Forum. Earlier, Adam was at Bay Networks (now Nortel Networks), where he served in various positions in wide area and routing technologies. An acknowledged expert in the networking and telecommunications industries, Adam has invented patented routing technology and has served as an advisor to the FCC.

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