Daniel began his career at Internet Way in 1995 as a network engineer and managed the company’s customer services until the merger with UUNet in 1997.
After the merger, he led the architecture, deployment, and operations of the network. From 1999 to 2001, he joined the American headquarters in Washington, DC, where he took part in the migration of one of the biggest IP networks to a new generation of protocol. He returned to France with MCI, now part of UUNet, and directed the architecture of data networks for southern Europe, overseeing the networks’ convergence.
From 2003 to 2005, Daniel co-built a company seeded by EDF, Fludia, that specializes in the collection and analysis of power consumption data. He then helped B3G Telecom, a leading provider of IP Centrex services in France, grow in its operations and engineering before joining Bizanga in March 2007.
Daniel holds a master’s degree in systems and networks from EPITA (Ecole Pour l’Informatique et les Techniques Avancées).