Pavlu Petr

Petr Pavlu is a Director of Systems Engineering, EMEAR Central, Cisco Systems.

After graduating in Computer Science from Czech Technical University in Prague, and after completing the postgraduate study, Petr Pavlu has started his professional career in IT and telecommunications in 1992. Before joining Cisco Systems in 1998 he worked in Digital Equipment Corporation and Andersen Consulting as a technical sales support engineer, consultant and project manager. He was focused primarily on network technologies and solutions, and on networking aspects of business applications.

In Cisco Systems, Petr Pavlu worked in various international teams, supporting channel partners and customers in different regions, primarily Central and Eastern Europe. He was responsible for technical sales support, consulting and systems engineering team management, and for business development associated with Cisco enterprise technical architectures. He holds CCIE certification in Routing and Switching. Petr Pavlu is based in Prague, Czech Republic, and in his current role he is responsible for technical presales organization of Cisco in the region of EMEAR Central.

CEE Peering Days is an international conference of experts directed at network engineers, peering coordinators, internet providers, cloud administrators and data centre operators in the Central and Eastern European Region.
Since 2013 the conference regularly attracts around 200 participants and has been continuously supported by sponsors from the Telecommunication and IT community from across Europe.
The programme combines technical workshops with professional presentations and offers plenty of time and space for social networking and bilateral talks.
The conference in 2016 is planned as a two-day event at the Hilton Budapest City Hotel and will include a social evening in the centre of Budapest on 30th March.
The conference will be hosted by NIX.CZ, NIX.SK, and new host
Platinum partner
Gold partners
Sponsor of the Social Evening
Silver partners
Media Partner
This project is part financed by the European Union from the START Danube Region Project Fund.