My name is Rick Mur living in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
I started in IT and more specifically networking in 2005, earning my first CCIE in 2008 and now a 10-year actively certified quad CCIE. I worked in companies at different levels and different perspectives on IT. I started as Developer of web and mobile aps, continued as Test Engineer at a large ISP dedicating all my time to Networking. I worked at a VAR (Value Added Reseller) as Engineer and Consultant and moved on to working as Systems Engineer at Cisco and Juniper Networks.
In late 2018 I co-founded Globalnetx (GNX) where I’m CTO. GNX aims to become a leader in international connectivity for Enterprise customers. The goal of GNX is to offer a fully automated self service portal to quote, order, deliver, bill and support worldwide Internet connections under a single contract, SLA and invoice. Combined with the power of SDWAN integrated in our offering, GNX offers anything from an Internet connection up to a fully managed WAN service.
This blog is used to share my personal thoughts on IT (specifically Networking), technical articles and (re-posts of) articles written about GNX.
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