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freehe
freehe
3/28/2019 7:15:08 PM
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Automation is great but how will this impact the network engineer industry. If thousands or hundreds of thousands of people are no longer needed, what happens to them, what happens to the market? What happens to the thousands of network engineering training centers?

With everything there needs to be a balance and transition plan to ensure no one loses their job.

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freehe
freehe
3/28/2019 7:13:29 PM
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@DonBrowne, I agree. It is a win-win. Being able to adapt to changing network conditions in read time is amazing.

 





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freehe
freehe
3/28/2019 7:12:07 PM
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@Ariella. I agree. It other companies used this approach churn would reduce, there would be an increase in new customers. It would also help improve customer service. Seems like a win-win.

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freehe
freehe
3/28/2019 7:10:53 PM
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@afwriter. I agree. Companies are always looking for ways to save money. This will be a great ROI. It will benefit customers by allowing the company to respond faster. Everyone wants everything faster.

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DonBrowne
DonBrowne
3/15/2019 9:20:51 AM
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It does seem a real win win as noted when the 'ability to change network capabilities within seconds, not hours or days," can be applied to networks with varying capabilities like those noted between the German cities.

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Ariella
Ariella
3/13/2019 12:01:43 PM
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I think this approach is very promising not just for this one company but for many businesses across a wide range of industries: " But [AIT] finds the absolute, optimum performance and then if a function changes, it adapts and changes with it," 

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afwriter
afwriter
3/12/2019 10:49:09 PM
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This seems like a great way to conserve resources while creating a win for clients and the company. 

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