Peters Suh leads Accenture’s Network & Connected Services Practice in North America, advising C-suite executives in the wireless, cable, fixed, and network equipment industries. Peters’ expertise cover solutions and topics ranging from 5G, private networks, cloud, IoT, OSS/BSS, fiber, network equipment evolution, devices in the home and business, field services, and how these technologies contribute to margin expansion.
Previously, Peters was the managing partner for Pacific Oaks Partners LLC, advising companies like Verizon Corporation, Samsung Corporation, the US Department of Commerce for FirstNet and their public safety network, and Infoblox, an internet security company. He was CEO of the Wholesale Applications Community, which was sold to Apigee and subsequently acquired by Google, and was CEO of the Joint Innovation Lab. Peters spent several years at Vodafone where he was President of Vodafone Global Enterprise Incorporated, President Asia Pacific Incorporated, and ran Vodafone’s ventures fund, led corporate strategy, and was a regional CTO and CIO. Prior to Vodafone, Peters was a managing director with the Fremont Group, a private equity fund for the Bechtels.
Peters is a board director of the Diablo Regional Arts Association, Chapman University advisory council to the Schmid College of Science and Technology, and Claremont McKenna College’s Parent Network Board. Peters holds a B.A. and M.B.A., both from the University of California, Los Angeles.