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    Hyperscale data center designs are leveraging simpler hardware, dramatically reducing energy consumption and deploying simple nodes to replace single points of failure. Here at TIA 2016, TIA NOW will look into how we are changing such things as data center vertical integration, and moving towards purpose-built vertical designs. Here with us today is Michael Menefee, Chief Rocket Scientist at Opus-3 and Steve Hassell, President of Data Center Solutions at Emerson Network Power.

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  • Zup Co-Founder Felipe Almeida sits down with TIA’s John Jacobs to discuss the need of service providers and financial institutions to turn up customers with fully integrated, secured cloud services to better compete and drive deeper relationships.

  • Focusing on the end solution and application - enabled by network orchestration, automation and service assurance - is just one thing that Chris Wright, VP and Chief Technologist at Red Hat is tasked with. He spoke with TIA NOW about the progress around containers, container networking and the open source community, from the Open Networking Summit 2017.

  • Jeff Baher, Senior Director of Service Provider Solutions at Dell EMC, talks to TIA NOW about the shift in the service provider space as compute in the core moves to the edge of the network.

  • The main ingredients for network virtualization that support the Internet of Things are skilled people, horizontal business models and a provider's willingness to listen to its users. In the Dell TIA NOW studio, we explore the synergy between NFV and IoT with Pierre Olivier-Mathys, Director of Global Telco Solutions at Red Hat and Brett Sappington, Senior Director of Research at Parks Associates.

  • Linsey Miller, VP of Marketing for Artesyn, tells TIA NOW why cloud and data center technologies need to keep pace with the user experience that consumers demand.

  • Hyperscale data center designs are leveraging simpler hardware, dramatically reducing energy consumption and deploying simple nodes to replace single points of failure. Here at TIA 2016, TIA NOW will look into how we are changing such things as data center vertical integration, and moving towards purpose-built vertical designs. Here with us today is Michael Menefee, Chief Rocket Scientist at Opus-3 and Steve Hassell, President of Data Center Solutions at Emerson Network Power.

  • We as an industry have defined the Cloud, but still don't have a clear definition of a 5G network. So how does Cloud in 5G open up opportunities to make carriers not just pipes? And what new services are to come from 5G? Here in the Dell TIA NOW studio at TIA 2016 to tell us more about these topics are Linsey Miller, VP of Marketing at Artesyn; Henry Wong, Senior Staff Technologist at Intel and Ken Fischer, Senior Cloud Architect at Nokia.

  • 65% of respondents of a recent Forrester survey said they already use more than one public or private cloud platform, indicating that the hybrid cloud is a reality. So what is the source of this significant momentum for building applications that run across multiple cloud platforms? Here to tell us about this is Tim Yeaton, SVP of the Infrastructure Business Group at Red Hat.

  • Bringing ecosystems together is what’s important as devices are not the only technologies that need privacy and security. Devices and people need to be connected and, with an unreliable network, the connectivity challenge could be at risk. Mike Short, Vice President of Public Affairs for Telefonica, tells the TIA NOW audience how real discussions around network security has found a place in the industry.

  • Sports stadiums and crowded shopping malls often require peak capacity from their network to support thousands of high bandwidth devices. But now network topologies are less cost prohibitive to provision and build with NFV and virtualization technologies. Linsey Miller, Vice President of Marketing for Artesyn, tells TIA NOW how C-RAN and vRAN are changing the way we provision our networks.

  • Network transformation to pure IP networks is a challenge that cuts across the communications technology industry. From service providers to enterprise and carriers, moving towards a software-based network needs a bit of hand holding. So where do you begin and what are the partnerships that you will need to invest in to go all IP? At Mobile World Congress 2016, GENBAND and their partners HPE, Intel and Wind River help guide industry down the path to becoming all IP.

  • Moving from mobility to applications for mobility is what a large part of Mobile World Congress 2016 is all about, said Paul Struhsaker, CTO and VP of Technology for Dell. Strushaker adds that sourcing the right vendor partners is very important to launching the right IoT solution for your customers.

  • In order to connect and support 50 to 70 billion sensors in the next decade, enterprise stakeholders in the IoT value chain need to adopt IoT platforms to achieve MNO scale, and soon achieve the MNO route to market. In the Dell TIA NOW studio at MWC 2016 to tell us how IoT platforms are paving the way for IoT and enterprise scalability are leaders from Verizon, Cisco, Intel and Telit IoT Platforms.

  • Dell’s moniker for Mobile World Congress 2016 is “ Connect What Matters,” and for good reason. Connecting M2M industrial devices has quickly advanced into critical applications in smart cities, connecting infrastructures like bridges and dams. But now there are new solutions in the smart city that are benefiting from IoT technologies and a new technology called edge computing.

  • We’ve all heard about the primary benefits of NFV technologies: scalability, agility and automation, to increase time to market for our products and services. But what other benefits have emerged since MWC 2015? Miniature cloud-based replicas for deploying a steady flow of innovation into a live network can be a challenging concept to wrap your head around. Darrell Jordan-Smith, Worldwide VP of ICT at Red Hat and John Healy, General Manager of the SDN Division at Intel join us in the studio.

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