Title: Network Operations with Nokia Wavence

Time: On demand

Duration: 1 hour

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Part of deploying modern networks is to have the ability to effectively operate these networks after cutover. In this webinar, Nokia will address the various methods, features and functionality the Nokia Wavence platform provides for effectively operating such transport networks.

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Francesco Vodola
Product and Strategy Manager, Mobile Networks

Francesco Vodola is a Wavence Product and Strategy Manager. He is responsible for networking, network management, SDN domains from both a strategic standpoint and productization. Following a research experience in packet technology and synchronization at Politecnico di Milano university, Francesco spent eight years in R&D as a System and Architecture engineer and coordinator. After that experience, he moved to Product Management. He holds a Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering from Politecnico di Milano.

Petros Vazaios
Market and Network Integration leader and User Experience-OAM Product Manager, Mobile Networks

Petros Vazaios is member of Market and Network Integration Leadership team and a Wavence Product Manager. He is responsible for Serviceability and OAM product features . Petros spent eleven years in R&D in various positions as Network engineer, System Verification expert, customer support and solution Architect. Recently moved in MNI and Product Management teams. He holds a Bachelor of Electronic Engineering from Technological Education Institute of Athens. 

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Rick Pryor
Business Development Lead Microwave, Mobile Networks

Rick Pryor leads business development for our Wavence microwave business. He is a ‘lifer’ of wireless communications having started his engineering career performing microwave path designs for utility customers. He subsequently worked in R&D for enterprise and carrier switching systems, returning to microwave communications in sales roles at the commencement of the mobile era and then again 5 years ago, where he has remained an enthusiastic promoter of microwave-based ‘anyhauling’. Rick holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from Melbourne University and an MBA in International Management from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.