Red Hat Live @ Mobile World Congress: The future of telco is open

  • 28 de fevereiro de 2018
  • Barcelona, Spain

Red Hat Live @ Mobile World Congress: The future of telco is open

Can not make it to Barcelona? Join this panel discussion on telco—streamed live from one of the world's most prominent conferences. 

You'll hear about:

  • The big news coming out of the conference as it pertains to Red Hat and open telco.
  • Artificial intelligence, blockchain, containers, and 5G mobility as they relate to the future of telco.




Date: February, 28, 2018

Time: 4 p.m. CET | 10 a.m. ET

Duration: 45 minutes

Booth location: #2G40

Ray Mota, CEO and principal analyst, ACG Research

Dr. Ray Mota, ACG Research CEO and principal analyst, brings a talent for complex technical and critical thinking and provides strategic direction, sharp analysis, and expert advice on networking issues, specializing in design, implementation, and troubleshooting. Ray is recognized as an expert in topics relating to networks, managed services, cloud computing, operational efficiency, and business modeling. Prior to founding ACG Research Ray worked for Aberdeen Group, ManageAll, Micros-To-Mainframes, Advanced Technology Group, Eastman Kodak and the IRS in various roles including CTO, training, and cloud applications development.


Ian Hood, chief technologist, Global Telco, Red Hat

Ian Hood, Red Hat chief technologist for Global Telco, is a catalyst and trusted advisor, bringing a wealth of industry leadership and open source community insight while helping our customers flourish in the digital world. He has deep technical and business knowledge of next-generation video, mobile, consumer, business, cloud, and 5G/IoT service deployment architectures.


Azhar Sayeed, chief architect, Global Telco, Red Hat

Azhar Sayeed, Red hat chief architect for Global Telco, focuses on service provider architectures and solutions with OpenStack®, SDN, NFV, and DC orchestration. Azhar has  actively contributed to the industry adoption of cutting-edge technologies, and he is an active participant and a contributor to industry forums and standards bodies. Prior to Red Hat, Azhar worked for Cisco developing and delivering cloud-based solutions and system architectures.