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    New applications, services and workloads increasingly demand a different kind of network architecture. What are key components of that network? TIA NOW’s Clarence Reynolds discusses networking at the edge with Ildiko Vancsa, Ecosystem Technical Lead at the Openstack Foundation, Chris Price, President of Ericsson Software Technology and Beth Cohen, Cloud Networking Product Manager at Verizon.

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  • If NFV is to be realized, it will require strategic partnerships and collaborations. What are the challenges that lie ahead? TIA NOW speaks with Philippe Morin, CEO of EXFO and Matt Beal, Director of Technology Strategy and Architecture at Vodafone, about the road ahead to making NFV a reality.

  • The Internet of Things will introduce an ecosystem of billions of connected devices. How will that deployment evolve? AT&T’s VP of IoT Solutions, Mike Troianom joins TIA NOW to announce new partnerships that are creating the foundation for IoT.

  • The city of the future is on the way. It will be safer, more efficient and easier to maneuver because of data-rich technology. TIA NOW's Clarence Reynolds speaks with Mike Zeto, GM and Executive Director of AT&T Smart Cities, about big steps made in the quest for smarter cities.

  • The Telecommunications Industry Association is well represented at MWC 2018. TIA NOW talks to Wes Johnston, TIA’s CEO, about his impressions of the event, TIA’s smart buildings initiative, and its Network of the Future Conference.

  • What defines a smart building? How do smart buildings fit into smart communities? Is legacy infrastructure a problem? Join TIA NOW as we talk to Hugh Ujhazy, Associate VP for IoT and Telecommunications at IDC, about the architecture of the smart community.

  • How will NG911 be different from our current emergency call-handling system? Are legacy systems a barrier to NG911 deployment? And what first steps are being taken to move toward national NG911? Jeroen de Witte of Airbus DS Communications answers these and other urgent questions.

  • What is the status of autonomous vehicles? What are the barriers to full AV deployment and how will the transition to 5G impact development? Experts from the automotive and technology sectors discuss the future of AV, and the next steps in development of this multi-industry disruptor.

  • Highlights from TIA's Diverse Workforce Panel and Reception, featuring Bita Milanian, SVP of Global Marketing at Ribbon Communications and Elizabeth Rojas Levi, Director of Public Affairs and Government Relations at Nokia (Americas Region).

  • The buzz at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was about new developments in connectivity. Harry Smeenk, TIA's VP of Programs, discusses how innovations in smart homes/communities, autonomous vehicles and AI changed this year's CES from device focused to technology focused.

  • The transformation to 5G will require network agility as service providers seek to launch new services and bring them to market faster. Kevin Shatzkamer, VP of Service Provider Solutions and Strategy at Dell EMC, discusses the opportunities and challenges of developing a virtualized software ecosystem.

  • Technology companies are facing unprecedented change while trying to remain relevant to their enterprise partners. Global information and technology consultant Erik Viens discusses what key areas tech companies should be focused on right now.

  • How do you meet and exceed the evolving demands of your customers? We spoke with industry experts from Juniper Networks, Sumitomo Electric Lightwave and Avion Networks to discuss the ways in which their business are pivoting to address the changes in customer demand as network virtualization becomes more prominent across the communications technology ecosystem.

  • With corporate tax reform a top priority for the President and Republican lawmakers in 2017 – and legislation currently moving through Congress – experts from the firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber and Schreck, Elizabeth Gore and Brian Wild, join Brian Hendricks, head of Government Affairs for Nokia Americas Region, to provide their insights on the process, politics and policy currently surrounding the tax debate in Washington.

  • The march towards network virtualization has many service providers focused on infrastructure. As stand-alone and full-solution testing takes place, questions remain about the true existence of a comprehensive and interoperable NFV infrastructure. Wayne Cheung, Director of Product Marketing at Juniper Networks talks with TIA NOW’s Clarence Reynolds about how to define that progress and what this transition means for legacy network integration.

  • TIA’s Dan Henry speaks with Craig Dollar, Director of NG9-1-1 Strategy at Motorola Solutions and Patrick Halley, Executive Director of the NG9-1-1 Institute and Partner with Wilkinson Barker Knauer about current challenges to upgrading our emergency communications systems. Public safety will require policy leadership and dedicated funding to bring emergency communications into the modern era.

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