Adam Hotchkiss brings more than a decade of experience in the definition, launch and support of telecommunications and data transmission systems to interchange and local exchange carriers. Prior to joining Menara Networks, Hotchkiss served as product line manager/WDM Systems at Qtera Corporation, which was acquired by Nortel Networks in 2000. In his roles with Qtera and Nortel, Hotchkiss served in a senior position, responsible for the definition, requirements and architecture of WDM transport products and leading to the successful launch of two generations of WDM platforms, including the industry’s first ultra-long-haul 10G WDM system.

Prior to his stints at Qtera and Nortel Networks, Hotchkiss served at Fujitsu Network Communications, where he was responsible for the launch of Fujitsu’s first WDM system, and for the support for SONET access and core infrastructure products and networks.

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