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    AT&T's VP of Strategic Initiatives Rachel Kutz, and Matt Bruening, VP of Supply Chain Sourcing, speak with TIA NOW about the the desired characteristics of a good supplier, the importance of compliance and sustainability in supplier relationships, the effects disaggregation are having on the supply chain, and what AT&T needs from its suppliers.

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  • What are the blockchain use cases outside of cryptocurrencies? Is blockchain the solution to securing IoT? TIA NOW speaks with VMWare’s Chief Research Officer David Tennenhouse about scaling blockchain for industrial, enterprise and consumer purposes.

  • The world is readying itself for a faster, smarter and more agile network - but is 5G transforming the global telco industry into an IT industry? Jacques Boschung is SVP of EMEA Global Alliances and Telcos at Dell EMC, and he joins TIA NOW to discuss global digital transformation.

  • New network infrastructures are generating massive amounts of data, but what are the best ways to use and monetize that data? TIA NOW discusses use cases for geolocation data with Andrew Harteveldt, VP of Technology at Intersec.

  • Performance is critical for virtual networks. But how will NFV maintain service levels that propel 5G networks efficiently? Dave Stehlin, General Manager of the Lifecycle Service Assurance Business Unit at ‎Spirent Communications shares his insights with TIA NOW.

  • What are the opportunities and challenges for service providers in this era of network modernization? What have we learned from recent high-profile security breaches? Ribbon Communications VP of Solutions Marketing & Strategy, Sanjay Bhatia, joins TIA NOW with answers.

  • Enhancing the experience of sports fans is high on the list for developers of 5G. How will fans get an immersive experience? What role will AI play in giving fans a reason to cheer? Jonathan Levine, Managing Director of Business Development at Intel Sports, Emili Planas, CTO of MediaPro and Jason Elliott, 5G Market Development for Nokia tell TIA NOW’s Clarence Reynolds what’s next in immersive media tech.

  • 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.

  • One of the key capabilities that will allow us to build flexible networks on top of a common physical infrastructure is network slicing. As 5G continues to take shape, network slicing will become a fundamental technology enabling a wide range of use cases.

  • Are service providers on the right path to 5G? Is there an alternate path? Dr. William Webb discusses his contrarian view of 5G development and deployment.

  • 5G technology will transform the health industry in ways that will revolutionize patient care. What aspects of healthcare will be or should be streamlined first? Will new industries emerge to process the mountain of data generated by health IoT? TIA NOW explores 5G's impact on health records, diagnostics, privacy, policy and more.

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