Edge computing can help businesses react faster to incoming data and provide a real-time (or close to it) experience by pushing compute resources closer to the data source and consumer. This can deliver more actionable insights faster, helping digital service providers gain competitive advantages in crowded markets.
Join us to discuss:
- The potential for increasing revenue and performance by evolving a telecommunications company to provide intelligent edge services.
- The strategic value of building out that infrastructure with open technologies.
- Red Hat’s services and solutions for expediting the path.
Live-event date: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 | 12 p.m. ET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.
AVP, Open Telecommunications Strategies, Red Hat
As AVP of Open Telecommunications Strategies, Mike leads business development and sales enablement for the Red HatⓇ Telecommunications business unit. He also leads the executive engagement program and is a key contributor to Red Hat’s strategic planning. In this role, he frequently consults with industry executives on strategies for maximizing business value from open source innovations.
Prior to joining Red Hat, Mike was a founder of Agilent Technologies Next Generation Networks Operation, developing performance monitoring/OSS solutions for VoIP networks. He also worked on the "Carrier Cloud" initiative with Bell Labs Innovations, an initiative that foresaw network functions virtualization (NFV), and envisioned telecommunications companies providing cloud services from their network edge. Upon joining HPE in 2012, he worked on the Helion OpenStack cloud project, with a focus on the NFV opportunity for telecommunications operators.