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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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  • Dr. Wen Tong, CTO of Huawei Wireless, tells TIA NOW the importance of working with other vertical industries to realize the potential of 5G technologies. Dr. Tong states the most important differentiators between the roll-out of 4G and 5G technologies.

  • Dan Pigott, Chief Administrative Officer at Henkels and McCoy tells TIA NOW about the challenges in privacy and cybersecurity regulations. Pigott also talks about the challenges in providing redundant and robust physical infrastructures to meet enterprise and consumer demands.

  • Bill Cune, Vice President of Commercial Technology at Corning talks about the ONE Wireless Platform for carriers' wireless and wireline needs. Cune adds that Corning’s converged platform also applies to enterprise customers, going beyond DAS systems and creating a network that will last into the future.

  • How is the sophistication of U.S. and international smart grids increasing their vulnerability? And how do we take measures of protection against cyber attacks? TIA NOW explores these questions with Norma Krayem, Senior Policy Advisor and Co-Chair of the Cybersecurity and Privacy Team at Holland & Knight.

  • Sanjay Bhatia, VP of Solutions Strategy and Marketing at GENBAND speaks with TIA NOW about the orchestration and virtual infrastructure layers that are necessary for virtual network functions.

  • Kurt Raaflaub, Head of Strategic Solutions Marketing at ADTRAN, says service providers need to balance new revenue streams with the cost of maintaining the network. Raaflaub talks about how software defined networking will allow service providers to be more profitable through increased network and operating efficiencies, allowing the roll out of new services to become more streamlined.

  • Jack Barrett, Senior Director of Americas Service Provider Field Marketing at Juniper Networks tells TIA NOW how DevOps provides agility and prioritizes people, skills and tools over traditional processes. Barrett also says that carriers need to take a nuanced approach to DevOps outside of the data center.

  • Jennifer Sims, CEO of Power & Tel, tells the TIA NOW audience how her business model has changed over the last several years, as our industry experiences network transformation.

  • Steve Sifferman, President and CEO of Tarana Wireless talks about 5G obstacles in the higher spectrum bands. Sifferman talks further about lower spectrum bands to support a host of 5G supported applications. Sifferman tells TIA NOW what industry can expect from 5G technologies over the next 3 years.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • In this discussion following their keynote panel at TIA 2016, service providers discuss the FCC's role in broadband infrastructure investment, addressing IoT from a public policy perspective and 5G spectrum policy and rollout. Joining us from the Dell TIA NOW Studio are Craig Silliman, EVP of Public Policy and General Counsel at Verizon, and Jim Cicconi, Senior EVP of External and Legislative Affairs at AT&T, and David Cohen, Senior EVP at Comcast.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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