Title: Connecting the World with Nokia Microwave Long-Haul
Time: On demand
Duration: 1 hour
With the changing landscape of how the world works, learns, and entertains, the demand for high speed networks has dramatically increased over the last couple years. This increasing demand applies as much or perhaps more to rural areas, which have traditionally been underserved. Nokia is the leader in long-haul microwave and has enhanced its long-haul portfolio to support rural backhaul connectivity. This exclusive Nokia webinar session will cover the updated Nokia solution and feature a new product launch. We will also look at how such solutions are used by service providers and private network operators.
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Senior Product Manager, Mobile Networks
James Ries earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science in 1997 from Texas Tech University and is currently a Senior Product Manager in the Wireless Transmission Product Unit at Nokia in Dallas, Texas. James is responsible for the Wavence microwave radio product strategy. In this role, he provides the product definition and requirements to address the North American backhaul market for both carrier and non carrier customers. James also manages the global product release strategy for the Wavence microwave radio the TSM-8000 Network Management software platform, focusing on the development of the UBT Stand Alone and the WebCT. In his 22 years of communications networks experience, he has held various roles inside Nokia with expertise gained in the areas of communications network software development, optical networks, and network management.
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General Manager of the Americas, Wireless Transmission
Scott Thompson has been the General Manager of the Americas for the Wireless Transmission products of Nokia for the past 7 years. In this capacity he has helped shape Nokia’s products to support the mission critical and service provider network transformation to packet while continuing to support the needs of traditional TDM networks. Previously Scott was the director of Product Management in the Optics Division and started his career in the carrier market working for MCI. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in MIS.