MWC 2017

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    As the telco industry is going through significant transformation in automation and network virtualization, service assurance and real-time analytics play an important role. Here at Mobile World Congress 2017, TIA NOW speaks with two important figures in the communications networking space: Andre Fuetsch, President of AT&T Labs and CTO of AT&T and Philippe Morin, COO at EXFO.

All MWC 2017 Videos:

  • Just prior to MWC 2017, Verizon announced 11 fixed wireless market customer trials with pre-commercial equipment. One of these customer trials is with Samsung Networks, who brings four components to the trials: CPE, access units, the core and the chips that rounds out the end-to-end solution with Verizon.

  • Vinay Kanitkar, CTO at Akamai, tells TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about the functions of a content delivery network (CDN) and its impact on latency challenges around the globe, on this segment from MWC 2017.

  • Ulf Ewaldsson, CTO of Ericsson, speaks with TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad at MWC 2017 about the importance of attracting other industries and collaborating with academia to improve 5G performance.

  • Alon Segal, CTO at Telit, talks about how edge computing supports IoT use cases, specifically in the Industrial IoT space, on his segment from MWC 2017.

  • Brendan Gibbs, VP and GM of Service Provider Network Platforms at Cisco, spoke with TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about automation and virtualization in network infrastructure, to help keep costs down for service providers and in turn for consumers.

  • Mike Marcellin, CMO at Juniper Networks, tells TIA NOW how industry can propel 5G and IoT beyond digital transformation and keep the network secure. Marcellin says digital cohesion is the next step for Juniper Networks.

  • Scott Puopolo, EVP at iconectiv, spoke with TIA NOWs Abe Nejad at MWC 2017 about the implications of identity fraud for carriers and what they can do to leverage iconectiv’s expertise to protect connectivity and data.

  • As new business models around NFV increase, operators are no longer managing a handful of innovations - but now managing dozens of technologies that support NFV. In comes the independent systems integrator, to marry these innovations with operators to customize and create a robust NFV solution.

  • Kevin Shatzkamer, VP of Service Provider Solutions and Strategy at Dell EMC speaks with TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about his new role, which includes areas like strategy and architectural evolution at the intersection points of network technologies, virtual platforms and software programmability.

  • Brian Higgins, VP and GM of Exponent, a Verizon company, talks to TIA NOW from MWC 2017 about their new initiative to help carriers around the world get quicker to market and become more robust with the biggest issues facing them: Big Data, AI, IoT, Media Services and more.

  • Can we make the Wild West of IoT secure and interoperable? TIA NOW convenes a panel of participants from the TIA CTO Council meeting to discuss.

  • Wireless carriers are moving beyond cellular connectivity, and industry is innovating beyond traditional technologies, all to support IoT and emerging verticals. At Mobile World Congress 2017, TIA NOW speaks with important industry influencers: Brent Hodges, Head of IoT Planning and Product Strategy at Dell EMC; Bill Morelli, Senior Research Director for Enterprise and IT at IHS and Mo Nasser, GM of IoT Business Unit at Sprint.

  • As the telco industry is going through significant transformation in automation and network virtualization, service assurance and real-time analytics play an important role. Here at Mobile World Congress 2017, TIA NOW speaks with two important figures in the communications networking space: Andre Fuetsch, President of AT&T Labs and CTO of AT&T and Philippe Morin, COO at EXFO.

  • GENBAND CEO David Walsh discusses how RTC can give carriers an edge.

  • Brian Bronson, CEO of Radisys, talks with TIA NOW's Abe Nejad at Mobile World Congress 2017 about real use cases for NFV that have been demonstrated, and his belief that operators are now less reticent to adopt virtualized network technologies.