Aylus appoints Steve Ball as VP products

Michelle Clancy | 20-02-2013

Mobile video specialist Aylus Networks has appointed Steve Ball as vice president of products.
"We are delighted to welcome Steve to our management team," said Mark Edwards, CEO of Aylus Networks. "Steve comes to us with a very strong background in developing and delivering scalable, high-availability network solutions. His expertise in product development and management will be a great asset as we expand our live mobile video solutions for mobile operators, service providers and communications infrastructure providers."
Prior to joining Aylus Networks, Steve was a programme director for IBM in their mergers and acquisition department. He joined IBM as part of the Micromuse acquisition, shortly before which Micromuse had acquired Quallaby Corporation, where he was vice president of development. Quallaby was the leading provider of network performance management software for service providers and large enterprises. Prior to Quallaby, Ball held product development and professional services management positions at Nortel Networks, Bay Networks, Cabletron Systems, Memotec Datacom and AT&T Bell Laboratories.
"I am thrilled to join the Aylus Networks management team," said Ball. "Aylus is responsible for many firsts in the marketplace. The Aylus mobile video infrastructure software delivers mobile video communications at scale and in a way that can be monetized by mobile operators, service providers and communications infrastructure providers alike. A great strength of the Aylus platform is that it enables connectivity for video services between different networks, communities of interest and mobile video applications on a wide range of devices. Aylus is leading the way to the widespread, mass-market adoption of high quality live mobile video services."
Steve has co-authored three patents related to network and service management. He earned his BSc in Electrical Computer Engineering from Clarkson University and his Master of Engineering (Electrical) from Cornell University.