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  • B.K. Yi, CTO at Interdigital, tells the TIA NOW audience what the milestones are for 5G technologies, from the point of view of network service providers. TIA NOW spoke with Yi at the TIA 2016 Network of the Future Conference, in Dallas, TX.

  • Betty Manetta, President and CEO of Argent Associates speaks to TIA NOW about how the smart city connects many verticals like health IT, transportation, industrial and many more. This allows the ecosystem to converge, says Manetta.

  • “Making the network sustainably profitable and supporting the deluge of data are the key goals for telcos in the coming years,” said Manish Singh, VP of SDN and NFV Solutions at Tech Mahindra.

  • Rod Naphan, CTO of Fujitsu Network Communications tells TIA NOW that the biggest challenge for NFV is that the open source community is moving at a rapid pace, and industry trying to keep up with the production cycles.

  • Fred Yentz, President and CEO of Telit IoT Platforms, tells the TIA 2016 conference attendees how IoT has evolved in the last 15 years. Now, Yentz is looking into the platform of platforms market and adds that there is no silver bullet to solve the complexity of IoT technologies.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Why is it so difficult to automate and orchestrate carrier networks when enterprises/clouds have been successfully doing it for several years? What are the carriers’ fears or issues with current solutions which are hindering greater deployment? Red Hat, Intel and Netscout discuss.

  • David Wolf, Managing Director for Accenture Digital, tells TIA NOW how technology and digitization will help consumers and enterprise professionals interpret the future of our businesses and our daily lives.

  • There are clear challenges facing our cities, and bringing smart city applications online, is a solution to those problems. But with so many different communication options, how should a city select the right communication technology? From TIA 2016, the Dell TIA NOW Studio will look into some of the more popular smart city applications, that are gaining traction in the market today. Here with us is Derrick Calderon, VP of Business Development at Ingenu, also with us is Jennifer Sanders, Co-Fo

  • 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.

  • Sameh Yamany, CTO at Viavi Solutions, talks about the technologies that 5G networking will require. Yamany adds that network slicing is the way that multiple verticals can be served through a single network.

  • FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel mapped out her five point plan for next generation technologies, as she delivered a keynote address at the TIA 2016 Network of the Future Conference in Dallas, TX. Rosenworcel pointed out in the plan the need for higher bands of spectrum, unlicensed spectrum usage, experimental technologies and the need for wired networks.

  • John Donovan, Chief Strategy Officer & Group President at AT&T Technology and Operations, announces AT&T’s new Connected Healthcare Foundry at the TIA 2016 Network of the Future Conference. Donovan also talks about what AT&T is doing now and into the future to virtualize the network.

  • Tim Yeaton, Senior Vice President of the Infrastructure Business Group at Red Hat, tells the TIA 2016 conference audience how digital transformation and open source are changing the telco experience - and how you may incorporate what already exists in your network into an all-IP hardware and software infrastructure.

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