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  • Tord Nilsson, Director of Global Marketing at Dell EMC, tells TIA NOW where we are on the journey towards network function virtualization, and what the effect is of merging EMC and Dell with respect to telecom.

  • As network business and digital services come together and telcos expand revenue opportunities through IoT adoption, what challenges exist not only in IoT adoption, but also to develop, deploy and monetize new connected services?

  • So what makes a city smart and what is the role of the IoT in a smart city? These questions plus the fundamental infrastructures that are essential to building a Smart City are what our panelists will answer here at TIA 2016, from the Dell TIA NOW studio. Joining us are smart city experts from AT&T, Dell, Esri and SmartMark Communications.

  • How far have we come to demonstrating and implementing an open, cloud-based NFV model to further support transformation within the telco industry? Joining us from MWC 2016 are Brian Higgins, VP of Network Planning at Verizon; Chris Wright, VP and Chief Technologist at Red Hat; Gee Rittenhouse, SVP and GM of the Cloud and Virtualization Group at Cisco and Drew Schulke, Executive Director of Next Generation Infrastructure at Dell.

  • Dell's CTO and VP of Technology Strategy Paul Struhsaker joins us to wrap up MWC 2016. Struhsaker talks about what new trends and insights came out at this event and what to expect in the coming year for the tech industry.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Dell has implemented the OneFiveTen framework for strategic thinking of its IoT action plan. Joyce Mullen, VP and GM for Global OEM and IoT Solutions for Dell, will discuss some of the latest developments from the Dell visioning and planning OneFiveTen meeting, and steps that are being taken to grow Dell’s presence in IoT.

  • Advanced compute and server solutions are the backbone that support billions of device connections and are based on open standards to help maximize compatibility, scalability and expandability of our communications networks. How are these new server and storage solutions helping telecommunications companies bring their intellectual property to market faster and ultimately help lower operational expenses, increase profitability and simplify operations? At the Dell TIA NOW studio, network operator

  • Over the past several years, Dell has grown its focus and offerings in IoT. Dermott O’Connell, Executive Director and GM for EMEA at Dell OEM Solutions discusses the changes he’s seen in the marketplace, how Dell’s positioning has changed over time, its current focus and partnerships through the IoT labs and overall vision for the future.

  • The Dell TIA NOW studio kicks off their MWC 2016 programming with Drew Schulke, Executive Director of Next Generation Infrastructure at Dell, to discuss what insights and trends will be covered at this year’s largest mobile event.

  • Moving from network lock-in to open source for NFV is partly due to do the work of Jeff Baher, Sr. Director of NFV Solutions at Dell and Chris Wright, Chief Technologist at Red Hat. Supporting software-defined networks for storage, compute and network capabilities on an open network platform has new requirements. Telcos are more than willing to welcome an open cloud platform for network communications and to further explore the benefits of open source for NFV solutions.

  • Dell's OEM partners and customers use Dell solutions to help their own customers flourish. TIA NOW walks through Dell customer use cases featuring ELM Energy implementing Dell’s IoT gateway solution in order to strengthen their microgrid. Included in this segment are interviews with Dell, Intel, ELM Energy, Pivot3, MangStor and V5 Systems.

  • Dermot O’Connell, Executive Director and General Manager of OEM and IOT Solutions EMEA at Dell, explains the benefits of Dell’s IoT gateways, giving several use cases in which customers were able to implement Dell’s IoT gateway solutions in order to solve a real world problem.

  • TIA’s CTO Council Industry Panel with telecom industry leaders was filmed following TIA’s CTO Council meeting and preceding Dell World 2015 in Austin, TX. The panelists from Dell, Ericsson, Intel and Juniper Networks discussed the future of IoT and NFV on next-generation networks.

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