Peter Fetterolf, Ph.D., is an expert in network technology, architecture and economic analysis. He is responsible for financial modeling and white papers as well as software development of the Business Analytics Engine (BAE). The BAE is a platform for simulating 5G networks, SD-WAN, NFV, and general cloud services for service providers, vendors, and enterprises.
Dr. Fetterolf has a multidisciplinary background in the networking industry with over thirty years of experience as a management consultant, entrepreneur, executive manager, and academic. He is experienced in economic modeling, business case analysis, engineering management, product definition, market validation, network design, and enterprise and service provider network strategy. Prior to joining ACG, Dr. Fetterolf worked at Cisco Systems building business case models for service providers. He has also had many other roles and positions in the networking industry. He was a managing partner at Network Strategy Partners, He was a Director of software engineering at Lucent, he was Co-founder and Vice President of Engineering at Ignitus Communications, he was a Director of Software Engineering at Cascade Communications, and was a management consultant at Arthur D. Little.
Peter also has a strong academic background. He was an Assistant Professor of Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering at Boston University where he supervised research and taught graduate classes in network engineering. He holds a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S.E.E. and B.A. in History from Tufts University.