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BBWF Interview: Rogers Communications' Lindsey Omelon on the Evolving Customer Digital Experience
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9/27/2019   Post a comment
How can a service provider such as Canada's Rogers Communications deliver the digital experience expected in 2019? Lindsey Omelon says it's all about being customer-centric.
BBWF Interview: KT's JP Lee on AI in Telecoms
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9/11/2019   Post a comment
JP Lee, Vice President at KT's R&D Center and head of the operator's access network technology R&D group, talks about the use of AI in telecoms and how the Korean operator devised its Dr. Lauren Project.
BBWF Interview: MyRepublic's Jay Shah Cuts Through the AI Hype
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9/9/2019   Post a comment
Jay Shah, Chief Data & AI Officer at Singapore-based network operator MyRepublic, discusses the hype around AI and talks about what it can really do for businesses.
BBWF Interview: Comcast's Michael Soileau on Tackling Transformation
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8/30/2019   10 comments
IoT and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities are transforming the communications industry, notes Michael Soileau, VP of Syndication & Competitive Strategy at Comcast.
BBWF Interview: NOS's Manuel Eanes on the Smart Home Opp for Telcos
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8/19/2019   5 comments
Five years ago, NOS board member Manuel Ramalho Eanes helped steer the Portuguese service provider toward a future heavily reliant on smart homes and cities. It's a decision the provider is glad it made.
BBWF Interview: Slovak Telekom's Branimir Maric on Next-Gen Networks, FTTH & 5G
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8/14/2019   4 comments
Branimir Maric, CTIO at Slovak Telekom and T-Mobile Czech Republic, discusses the rise and future of the next-generation network, and the challenges and opportunities that are ahead.
BBWF Interview: BT's Ben Azvine on the Impact of AI, ML on Cybersecurity & IT
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8/7/2019   7 comments
BT uses advanced monitoring capabilities as well as traditional firewalls and intrusion prevention systems to boost its cybersecurity capabilities, Global Head of Security & Innovation Ben Azvine tells Broadband World Forum in an interview preview of his BBWF 2019 presentation in Amsterdam in October.
BBWF Interview: Deutsche Telekom's Thomas Henze on Innovation & Automated Connectivity
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7/23/2019   6 comments
Thomas Henze, program director of Zero Touch Connectivity at Deutsche Telekom, discusses ecosystem development, customer experience, and why 'not moving forward means falling backwards.'




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