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The 5th Wave of Networks

The 1st Wave of Networks delivered voice. The 2nd Wave delivered mobile voice and SMS. The 3rd Wave of Networks ushered in an era of mobile voice and mobile data. The 4th Wave delivered high speed mobile broadband and packetized mobile voice.

We are embarking on the 5th Wave of Networks. What market forces are shaping these new networks? What opportunities and challenges lie ahead for CSPs? What demands will Massive-IoT, AR/VR, Autonomous Cars, Telemedicine, Smart Cities etc. place on the Networks of the Future? And how will we, as the communications industry, address these demands while also mitigating risk and meeting ROI requirements?

Join this TIA webcast to learn more about Network Transformation, with Manish Singh, Vice President, SDN & NFV Product Management for TechMahindra.


About Manish Singh:
Manish is a well-respected industry leader with over 20 years of experience and specializes in Wireless Networks. He is the Vice President of SDN and NFV Solutions at Tech Mahindra. For three consecutive years, Manish served on the Executive Board of Small Cell Forum. Manish is a Thought Leader with an excellent mix of technology depth and business acumen.

Before joining Tech Mahindra, Manish served as Radisys’ CTO where he spearheaded the company’s strategic initiatives in SDN, NFV and VoLTE (Voice-over-LTE). Prior to Radisys, Manish was the VP of Product Management at Continuous Computing, where he led the startup’s spectacular growth in Small Cells and DPI. During the course of his career Manish held various Management and Architect positions at Intel, Trillium Digital Systems and C-DOT.

Manish holds an MS degree from I.I.Sc. Bangalore.
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  • Keeping up with High Speed MIgration in the Data Center Aug 17 2017 3:00 pm UTC 90 mins
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    Attendees with earn one BICSI Continuing Education Credit for attending.
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    No BICSI CEC
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    1 BICSI CEC

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    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.

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    Participate in TR-42: Stephanie Montgomery: SMontgomery@TIAonline.org.
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    No BICSI Credit
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    NO BICSI CEC
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    Not eligible for BICSI CEC
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    Speakers:
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    Steven Glapa, VP of Marketing, Tarana Wireless

    This webinar is not eligible for a BICSI CEC.
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