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Dennis Peng

Dennis is the vice president of product management and technical advisory board member of Ooma and is responsible for creating an intuitive, compelling user experience. Prior to joining Ooma, Dennis worked at Cisco Systems for 11 years where he began his career as a customer support engineer. He later joined the Escalation Team where he focused on fixing the most technically challenging problems, as well as supporting the design, rollout and operations of the largest remote access and broadband aggregation networks worldwide. He was honored with the title of Distinguished Support Engineer because of his expertise in networking protocols, isolating and fixing highly complex issues, and leadership among his peers. Dennis holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.

Articles by: Dennis Peng

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Written by Dennis Peng

Cities around the world hold Oktoberfest celebrations, carrying on the German traditions established by the original Oktoberfest held in Munich. Whether you’re traveling to Germany this fall or calling relatives in Germany while you celebrate Oktoberfest closer to home, learn more about the holiday’s traditions and which phone apps can keep you connected.     […]

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Written by Dennis Peng

Have you heard analysts’ predictions that VoIP could see widespread adoption in the coming years? The VoIP market has been on this trend for some time now, and the total industry revenue has nearly doubled since 2010. Following five years of strong annual growth, IBISWorld reports that VoIP continues to be an attractive phone solution […]

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Written by Dennis Peng

Businesses that have previously had a stronghold on an industry are increasingly being edged out by technological innovators, or as they’re commonly called, disruptors. For example, take how Airbnb has affected the hotel business, with 150 million travelers opting to not stay at hotels. Consider how Uber has affected the taxicab industry, especially in New […]