Webinar: IM Breakfast Event With STL And BT
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|0830||Guest Speaker - Simon|
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22 Jun 2021, 0815 - 0900
Innovation Martlesham, in association with TechEast, would like to invite you to another Breakfast Networking Webinar Event
with guest speakers from STL and BT
Saurabh Chattopadhyay, Deputy GM Access Solutions, STLSimon Fisher - Principal Architect for Access Networks, BT
“Next Generation Access Networks”STL will discuss the world-wide trends on the demands of next generation access networks. This will include the business drivers and the technological advancements.
BT will discuss the importance of Standards and interoperability of legacy and next generation networks.STL will conclude with the joint work with BT in the standards bodies and some of the new technologies to emerge.
PLACES ARE LIMITED AND ATTENDANCE IS BY REGISTRATION ONLY. Please register by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org and await further joining instructions.Simon Fisher is Principal Architect for Access Networks in BT with a key focus on the application and opportunity for Disaggregation and Software Defined Networks. Simon started his career in 1987 working for STC and then Nortel designing SDH equipment for the London City Fibre network. He joined BT's Access Network Division in 1989 as a lead engineer developing and launching DSL and Fibre transmission systems. In 2005 he joined Openreach's Chief Engineer department as Principal Architect responsible for end-to-end solutions and the deployment strategy for delivery Broadband and Carrier Class Ethernet to the UK's 32 million customers. Simon studies Electronic Engineering at the University of Liverpool, a Master's Degree in Telecommunications and Switching at University College London, and became a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology in 2012. Saurabh Chattopadhyay is currently spearheading the Product & Solution Engineering for STL’s Access Solutions portfolio. He has 20+ years of experience, has been driving Telecom-aligned Innovation Centers and Research & Development activities in various technology areas. In his previous role at one of the top 5 Global Engineering Service Providers, he was responsible for developing next-generation engineering strategy to augment software-defined service delivery capabilities for OEMs, Platform Vendors and Service Provider customers. Prior to that, Saurabh had contributed to niche research & development work in two other engineering organizations. He has been contributing to the development of Next Generation Technology Specifications at IETF, ONF and ETSI, invented multiple patents, evangelized value propositions in global forums across diverse technology areas.