Nokia

Telco goes cloud-native with open source

Nokia and Red Hat webinar

In order to gain the maximum benefit from cloud transformation, CSPs need to evolve from virtualization of network functions to truly cloud-native design. The end result is better scalability as well as faster innovation and a more rapid response to customer demands.

In our joint Nokia and Red Hat webinar we will discuss:

  • The requirements for cloud-native design
  • The benefits of using open source when moving towards cloud-native design
  • Examples of real-life implementation and use cases

Who should attend

Service providers/operators – CTO/CNO organization, Strategy, cloud decision makers

Speakers

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Stefan Kindt

Head of Cloud Market Development

Nokia

Stefan is Head of Cloud Market Development at Nokia, responsible for the market positioning of Nokia cloud to enterprises and communication service provider. Having held several positions in sales, marketing, operations and business lines in the ICT industry for more than 20 years, Stefan has gained extensive knowledge in both, the datacenter space as well as the telco space, with global market insight and first-hand experience from Asia and Europe.

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Dr. Frank Zdarsky

Senior Principal Software Engineer

Red Hat

Frank Zdarsky is responsible for NFV/SDN technology strategy. He also leads a team of seasoned engineers to advance NFV technology jointly with Red Hat's most strategic partners. He has been active in ETSI NFV and OPNFV from their beginnings, received the ETSI NFV Excellence Award for his contributions, and initiated the open source work in ETSI NFV.

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Tommy Lindgren

Cloud Market Development

Nokia

Tommy is an Internet and telecommunications professional responsible for corporate wide market positioning of cloud solutions and technology at Nokia. Having worked in the industry for 20 years, Tommy has extensive knowledge in both fixed and mobile networks, from both CSP and vendor side. Former positions include responsibilities in pioneering operator VoIP deployments in late 90’s, IP/MPLS network planning and peering, Internet research and packet core product management. Tommy has been engaged in cloud and NFV engagements with customers since 2010.

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