Ferrol Macon

/Ferrol Macon
Ferrol Macon

About Ferrol Macon

Ferrol Macon, Vice President, Architecture and Product Strategy Ferrol directs the go-to-market strategies and uncovers new partnership opportunities for Veristor. His passion lies not with technology itself, but with its application to solve evolving business problems. This makes Ferrol a natural leader for the sales and architecture teams as they develop customized solutions for clients aiming to achieve the right balance between deploying leading edge technology and maximizing existing solutions. Ferrol began his career as a Nuclear Submarine Officer in the US Navy, where he conducted sea trials on advanced technologies. Much of his career has been spent at the intersection of mission-critical operations and innovation across many industry segments. His most recent focus was on the service provider space including web, cloud, gaming, media, cable and telco companies providing key insight into the disruptive drivers in today’s rapidly changing market. Ferrol is deeply involved in serving his community and non-profit organizations with projects including disaster relief efforts for hurricane Ivan and Katrina victims. He earned a B.S.E. (Cum Laude) in Engineering from Tulane University and later went on to complete Naval Nuclear Power School, where he was certified as Nuclear Engineering Officer by the US Department of Energy.
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