Cullen Jennings


Cullen is the Chief Technology Officer of the Collaboration Technology Group at Cisco and is responsible for the next generation of enterprise collaboration products. He is focused on driving innovation with disruptive technologies such as virtual and augmented reality, blockchain, machine learning, and more.

Cullen has consistently demonstrated the vision, leadership and execution needed for successful long-range engineering. One of only 19 Cisco Fellows, Cullen holds more than 100 patents. He helps build collaboration systems used on the internet and strives to make simple, trustable communications available to everyone. Cullen was responsible for developing Cisco VoIP standards and products and spearheaded the development of WebRTC. His pioneering advances and industry leadership have helped shaped numerous open-source and standards organizations.

Cullen joined Cisco in 2000 with the acquisition of ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Vovida Network, where he served as Vice President of Engineering. He is also the co-founder of Jasomi Networks and Point Grey Research.

Cullen holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of British Columbia.

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