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In this video, Subhra Das, CEO of Jawwy from STC , gives an overview of the Jawwy story. Jawwy is one of the world's first full digital mobile service experience provider. Jawwy services are offered in Saudi Arabia but the service model is being replicated elsewhere in the world. Subhra is a senior global telecom and digital services executive and a digital entrepreneur. He is an alumnus of Harvard Business School and the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. Dr Greg Raleigh is founder and CEO of ITSON, one of the most advanced digital transformation and billing system platform provider based in Silicon Valley.Gregory “Greg” Raleigh is an American radio scientist, inventor, and entrepreneur who has made contributions in the fields of wireless communication, information theory, ...
Startup Success Stories TC3 is all about partnerships between startups and big companies, in particular carrier connections. This panel will give us insight from growing companies that have graduated their startup phase. We’ll hear their partnering success stories, what made them successful, and challenges to avoid. Kamesh Pemmaraju - Vice President of Product Marketing Mirantis Dr. Greg Raleigh - Founder, CEO & Chairman, ItsOn, Inc Biren Sood - CEO, Vasona Networks MVI 1584
KDDI is one of the largest telecom operators in Japan, with a wide range of business within the telecom and networkservices industry. Last year, KDDI, decided to look at a next generation enterprise platform using OpenStack, and decided to partner with Red Hat and NEC. KDDI named the project CKKB, the overall goal of the CKKB project was to reduce the operation cost by 90%. Though at first it may not sound big, this is in fact an aggressive undertaking and requires a drastic change to current op
From the Museum of Communications, this is a quick video of me standing in one of the aisles of the crossbar frames. I don't know which model this was, but I'll update the video when I figure it out. The system is constantly dialing via an auto-dialer one aisle over.
Hear from global carriers about their external innovation focuses for the next year. Carriers present to market their innovation programs throughout the ecosystem, to attract entrepreneurs and developers, and to open the door to new products and services that will benefit their networks and subscribers. Moderator: Derek Kerton, Managing Partner, The Kerton Group Speakers: Subhra Das, CEO of Jawwy, Saudi Telecom Company Greg Raleigh, CEO & Chairman, ItsOn, Inc. A002 C013 092925 001
This is a quick and easy video explaining how to connect the Atcom A10W, A20W, A41W, A48W and A68W model phones to your WiFi network using a common password format (containing upper case letters, lower case letters and numbers). The video uses the Atcom A10W and A48W as examples. Skip to 3:50 for the Atcom A10W/A20W model phones.
Establishing a campus in Raleigh, a gateway to the leading high-tech cluster in the US is no coincidence. SKEMA has forged a reputation and an identity for its schools in high-tech clusters (Sophia Antipolis, Suzhou) and world-class business centres (Paris and Lille, the cities in France with the highest concentration of business headquarters), thereby offering its students ample opportunity for involvement in business. More information about our US campus : http://www.skema.edu/campus/raleigh/
TC3 Summit includes a Spotlight Stage for discussions involving more technical details and segment knowledge than the Main Stage which is for Case Studies and Business Model Discussions. The term Digital Transformation for telcos means adapting from a network company with one principal service (voice) into a diversified IP service provider who happens to also operate the network. Few carriers have been as aggressive or successful in this space as BT, who digitized their core assets as part of the 21st Century Network initiative from a decade ago. BT will update us on their digital transformation, and discuss what telcos strategies fit the next decade.
RCR Wireless News Editor-in-Chief Dan Meyer interviews Dr. Gregory Raleigh, a wireless engineering and NFV expert. Raleigh discusses how an open Cuba might affect the telecom sector, as well as the impacts a robust telecom infrastructure could affect Cuban nationals. RCR Wireless News staffer Jarad Matula wraps up the week in tower news, including the death of a climber in Greeneville, Tennessee.