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  • IoT and Smart Buildings: The New Construct
    IoT and Smart Buildings: The New Construct Yann Palmore, JLL; Ray Moya, COO/CTO, Argent Associates, Inc., Moderated by Limor Schafman, TIA Recorded: Sep 20 2017 61 mins
    Real estate developers, owners and tenants are rethinking the office building experience. Not only are buildings becoming increasingly efficient in in-door energy management and operations, they are also beginning to interact with the people who work within the walls, and with the out of doors environment.

    This type of sentient building design is making use of increased connectivity to and in buildings, as well as the use of sensors and IoT applications. This webcast will discuss communications and connectivity infrastructure that is being deployed in and to current real estate developments; what buiding owners, operators and tenants expect; the impact smart community development is having on smart buildings; and sample smart building IoT applications.

    Speakers:
    Yann Palmore, Vice President, Smart Building Solutions, JLL
    Ray Moya, COO/CTO, Argent Associates, Inc.

    >> Yann Palmore helps CRE investors, owners, and operators understand how to rethink building system infrastructure to support Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and drive smart building strategies. Yann’s key responsibilities are to guide clients through a structured process that prioritizes program goals, defines specific smart building strategies, specifies appropriate technologies, and oversees program implementation.

    >> Ray Moya has over 25 years of network engineering and organizational management experience. His specializations include, wireline and wireless voice and data networks, network security, software development, and finance. He has designed, engineered and installed hundreds of Fortune 500 Company and Government networks. He leads network-consulting teams in LAN/WAN, software development, wireless technologies, and Network security.

    For more about the speakers, please visit: http://www.tiaonline.org/webcast-iot-and-smart-buildings-new-construct
  • Challenges in Building Connected Communities
    Challenges in Building Connected Communities Kate Garman, Jascha Franklin-Hodge, Peter Marx, Limor Schafman Recorded: Aug 21 2017 76 mins
    Creating a seamless connected environment that supports smart community citizen services, streamlines operations, supports economic development is already a challenge for community officials. There are many different needs and directions to begin the conversion to an “intelligent” environment. Communities are also planning and building not just for current needs, but also for future connectivity infrastructure that will be used by autonomous vehicles, smart buildings, connected homes, AR/VR, eRetail, eHealthcare, smartgrid and more.

    This webcast will discuss such questions as:
    > What issues are city officials prioritizing for resolution through smart community applications?
    > How are communities planning for and deploying small cell infrastructure?
    > Which departments are involved in communications infrastructure?
    > How can suppliers navigate the multiple departments involved in decision making?
    > What business models are cities negotiating with their technology product partners?
    > What are some of the lessons learned from cities that you can translate into your own business offering?

    Speakers:
    Jascha Franklin-Hodge, CIO, Boston, MA
    Kate Garman,Smart City Coordinator, Seattle, WA
    Peter Marx, former CTO, City of Los Angeles, currently in the position of VP, GE Digital
  • Keeping up with High Speed MIgration in the Data Center
    Keeping up with High Speed MIgration in the Data Center Anthony Haupt, CommScope, Data Center Solutions Architect Recorded: Aug 17 2017 58 mins
    The volume of data streaming into the data center has been growing exponentially for decades. Bandwidth requirements are expected to continue growing 25 percent to 35 percent per year. At the same time, lower latency requirements continue to escalate. As a result, the design of services and applications—and how they are delivered—is rapidly evolving.

    Instead of a single dedicated server, information requests coming into the data center are now fulfilled by multiple servers cooperating in parallelThe traditional three-tier network is quickly being replaced by spine-and-leaf networks. As a result, the physical infrastructure must be able to support higher link speeds and greater fiber density while enabling quick and easy migration to new more demanding applications.

    This webinar will address:

    Solutions, support & decisions
    40G or 25G lanes?
    Preterminated vs field-terminated cables
    Modulation schemes
    Duplex or Parallel transmissions
    Singlemode, multimode or wideband multimode fiber?



    Attendees with earn one BICSI Continuing Education Credit for attending.
  • The Future of Agile Network Architectures & IoT Connectivity
    The Future of Agile Network Architectures & IoT Connectivity Ahmed Banafa, Ryan Allphin, and Brenda Boehm Recorded: Jun 15 2017 59 mins
    The Internet of Things is upon us. Vast amounts of big data are quickly approaching and network traffic, latency and bandwidth are at higher demands than ever. Storing, transmitting, and analyzing this data from IoT devices will require a secure and agile network architecture. Network failover and network security will be of the utmost importance.

    How will these changes in demand and technologies have an impact on new standards and protocols? Will network communications between devices and the cloud be safe? Tune into this dynamic panel discussion with leading IoT and network experts for the state of IoT networks.

    Panelists:
    Ahmed Banafa, SJSU Faculty Member and LinkedIn IoT Influencer
    Ryan Allphin, CTO, Cradlepoint
    Brenda Boehm, Chief Strategy Officer & Board Advisor, IoT Smart Solutions, TIA

    No BICSI CEC
  • The Future of TV
    The Future of TV Richard Friedel, EVP/GM, FOX Ops; Brad Wall, SVP, Disney/ABC; Kevin Gage, CTO, ONE Media; Charlie Vogt, CEO, Imagine Comms Recorded: Jun 7 2017 33 mins
    As TV networks and broadcasters are going virtual, key drivers and disrupters are presenting challenges and opportunities for communications technology suppliers and innovators. On this segment of TIA NOW from TIA’s Connectivity Jam in Dallas, TX, broadcast media executives give us some insight into the future of TV. Joining us are Charlie Vogt, CEO, of Imagine Communications; Richard Friedel, EVP and GM at FOX Networks Engineering & Operations; Brad Wall, SVP of Network Operations at the Disney/ABC Television Group and Kevin Gage, CTO and EVP of Strategic Development at ONE Media.
  • Webinar: Data Center Design, Planning, and Upcoming Changes to the ANSI/TIA-942
    Webinar: Data Center Design, Planning, and Upcoming Changes to the ANSI/TIA-942 Jonathan Jew - J&M, Glenn Sexton - NIS, Limor Schafman - TIA Recorded: May 17 2017 82 mins
    Understanding the customers’ business model and reaching a healthy consensus between the push of technology (e.g., IoT and 5G) is required in data center design and planning to meet the demand for ubiquitous coverage and the demand of data anytime, anywhere. This presentation will provide an overview of data center design, the changes in the upcoming revision of ANSI/TIA-942 Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data Centers, and review use cases in the implementation of ANSI/TIA-942.

    Speakers:
     Jonathan Jew, J&M Consultants
     Glenn Sexton, President and Principal Consultant, NIS

    1 BICSI CEC

    About TR-42 Telecommunications Cabling Systems Committee:
    The TR-42 Telecommunications Cabling Systems Committee develops and maintains voluntary telecommunications standards for telecommunications cabling infrastructure in user-owned buildings, such as commercial buildings, residential buildings, homes, data centers and industrial buildings. The generic cabling topologies, design, distances and outlet configurations as well as specifics for these locations are addressed.

    The ANSI/TIA-942 Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data Centers is developed by the TR-42.1 Generic and Premises Cabling Subcommittee. TR-42.1 develops and maintains cabling standards for generic customer-owned telecommunications networks. These standards are intended to specify open systems designed to support a wide variety of voice, data, video, and other low voltage, power-limited applications. TR-42.1 also develops and maintains telecommunications cabling standards for premises networks such as commercial buildings, data centers, building automation, etc. This Subcommittee specifies cabling system topology, architecture, design, installation, testing and performance requirements. Go to https://www.tiaonline.org/all-standards/committees/tr-42 for further info.

    Participate in TR-42: Stephanie Montgomery: SMontgomery@TIAonline.org.
  • Real World Deployments of the oneM2M Standard
    Real World Deployments of the oneM2M Standard Ken Figueredo, Sookhyun Jeon, JaeSeung Song, David Wollman Recorded: May 10 2017 79 mins
    As a partner in the oneM2M global IoT standards development Partnership, TIA supports its deployment around the world. oneM2M is designed as an architecture and standards platform for IoT deployments in many industry sectors including Smart Cities, Industrial Automation, Home Automation and eHealth and Telemedicine, among others.

    Now in its second published release, it is being deployed in a number of projects.

    Now in its second published release, it is being tested for resilience as an IoT standard in a number of projects. This webcast will focus on:

    • 3 projects such as Korean Smart Cities(Busan, Ilsan) and Wise-IoT which is the Joint European-Korean project.
    • In England, U.K.’s oneTRANSPORT intelligent system trial which serves four U.K. counties. This trial involves England’s highways transportation agency and two private sector sensor-network owners over a single, interoperable IoT platform powered by the oneM2M™ standard.
    • Overview of oneM2M certification(including background of the need for oneM2M certification program).
    • Introduction of Certified Product (Target service and use cases are included per each company).
    • An update from the National Institute for Science and Technology (NIST) on its IoT-enabled Smart City Framework and oneM2M smart city collaboration.

    Speakers:
    -- Ken Figueredo, IoT Strategy Industry Advisor, InterDigital
    -- Sookhyun Jeon, Senior Engineer, Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA)
    -- JaeSeung Song, Associate Professor, Sejong University and Korea Electronics Technology Institite (KETI)
    -- David Wollman, Deputy Director, Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems Program Office NIST

    To speak to TIA about oneM2M for further information, contact: Victoria Mitchell, Director, Global Standards Programs, at vmitchell@tiaonline.org.

    To learn more about oneM2M, visit: http://www.onem2m.org/
    To learn more about oneM2M certification by TTA, visit: http://www.onem2mcert.com/main/main.php

    No BICSI Credit
  • Building Next Gen Networks for Streaming Entertainment Media
    Building Next Gen Networks for Streaming Entertainment Media Bo Daly, Super Evil Megacorp; Yuval Fisher, Imagine Communications; Kevin Gage, ONEMedia; Rashmi Misra, HPE Recorded: Apr 19 2017 61 mins
    Special Promotion for the TIA 5G Breakfast, April 28, in Boston. Visit TIAonline.org to learn more and use code 5G-WEBCAST for 20% discount.

    Special promotion for TIA Executive Connectivity Jam, June 5-8, Dallas, TX. Visit TIAConnectivityJam.org. Code: 2017CJ-WEBCAST for 10% discount.

    This year, it is expected that 74% of all online traffic will be video with a combination of network broadcasters and Over The Top (OTT) content providers bringing compelling content to and through the Internet. 55% of people in the United States watch video online every day. Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and Tumbler have launched live streaming capabilities. Twitch, the number one online gaming video platform, sees 9.7 million daily active users (DAUs), with 2 million users broadcasting live streams each month. eSports is a huge gaming draw with some companies seeing upward of 96 million monthly average users (MAUs). And we haven’t even mentioned augmented and virtual reality, yet.

    Network speed, capacity and flexibility to meet the growing demand are improving - but not fast enough and with significant needs still not being addressed. This panel will look at the challenges facing getting video to and from end users including: how to manage the need to deliver to both broadcast and OTT; how to ensure seamless customer experiences; what to expect as 4K and higher resolution cameras become ubiquitous; what network buildout and optimization need to take place to ensure the demand for ultra high speed broadband is met.

    You can continue the conversation after the webcast during the upcoming TIA Connectivity Jam, being held June 5-7 in Dallas, TX.

    Panelists:
    -- Bo Daly, President and Chief Business Officer, Super Evil Megacorp
    -- Yuval Fisher, CTO MVPD, Imagine Communications
    -- Kevin Gage, EVP Strategic Development and Chief Technology Officer, ONE Media
    -- Rashmi Misra, Worldwide General Manager Digital Video Services, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

    NO BICSI CEC
  • Best Practices for achieving Basic/Tier 1 Fiber Certification
    Best Practices for achieving Basic/Tier 1 Fiber Certification Tyler VanderPloeg, Viavi Recorded: Apr 11 2017 92 mins
    Fiber standards and infrastructure for enterprise and data center networks have rapidly evolved over the last several years. From ribbon fiber to encircled flux for multimode, and the requirements for fiber connection quality, everything in the enterprise and data center has changed. Standards and best practices used in the field are struggling to keep up with these changes. Are your fiber test practices keeping up?

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