Latest Content tagged with Women In Comms
Mastercard: Payment From Every Device
LRTV Custom TV | 3/21/2017 | Post a comment
Kiki Del Valle, senior vice president of commerce for every device program at MasterCard, shares how Mastercard is bringing the future forward and delivering unique connected moments to consumers' daily lives.
OrbTV: Tele2 CEO on Industry 4.0
LRTV Interviews | 3/10/2017 | Post a comment
Allison Kirkby, president and group CEO of Tele2, spoke with Ray Le Maistre, editor-in-chief of Light Reading, about the fourth Industrial Revolution, the impact it will have on businesses and society in general and the challenges it will bring for service providers.
Name That Acronym
LRTV Documentaries | 3/1/2017 | 6 comments
From AT&T to ZTE, we hit the show floor at MWC to see how well attendees know their industry acronyms.
Twilight Star Authors AI Paper
LRTV Documentaries | 1/24/2017 | Post a comment
Actress Kristen Stewart, best known for starring in the Twilight movies, has co-authored an academic paper on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in a short film she has directed.
Can Cable Climb Upmarket?
LRTV Interviews | 12/7/2016 | Post a comment
Carol Wilson and Alan Breznick assess cable's prospects for winning more enterprises in a landscape rocked by corporate M&A activity.
TalkTalk Exec: Find Your North Star at Work
Women in Comms Introduction Videos | 12/7/2016 | 1 comment
Women need to find their purpose, a professional North Star, and create a personal board for themselves, according to Alex Tempest, director of partners at TalkTalk Business.
CEO Chat: Intel's Alexis Black Bjorlin
Between the CEOs | 8/17/2016 | Post a comment
Join us for an in-depth interview between Steve Saunders of Light Reading and Alexis Black Bjorlin of Intel as they discuss the release of the company's Silicon Photonics platform, its performance, long-term prospects, customer expectations and much more.
Ciena's VP Offers a Career Crash Course
Women in Comms Introduction Videos | 7/20/2016 | 4 comments
How did Ciena's Vice President of Sales, Angela Finn, carve out her career path? Simple, she tells WiC. She stayed true to her company, customers and principles.
AT&T: Aiming for Better Customer Care
LRTV Custom TV | 7/12/2016 | Post a comment
AT&T SVP Vicki Jones explains how the company tracks and measures customer service and is seeking to turn customer care into a service differentiator.
This blog, sponsored by AT&T, is the fifth part of a ten-part series examining next-generation broadband technologies titled "Behind the Speeds."
OPNFV Summit: Key Takeaways
LRTV Documentaries | 6/22/2016 | Post a comment
MANO shortfalls, an increasingly bloated open source ecosystem and the cultural challenges for network operators were among the key takeaways from the OPNFV Summit in Berlin.
Sprint VP Breaks Down Gender Stereotypes
Women in Comms Introduction Videos | 6/15/2016 | 2 comments
Sprint's Nelly Pitocco explains how gender roles get ingrained in us from a young age and how women can break down these subtle biases in the industry.
NFV in 2016: Part 1 – NFV Use Cases Get Real
LRTV Custom TV | 5/19/2016 | Post a comment
Consensus is building around the key use cases for NFV, including managed IP services at the network edge and on customer premises, which can generate new revenues from enterprises/SMBs and consumers; Evolved Packet Core to support LTE migration; and adjacent technologies, such as TAS and IMS.
Remaking the 'Mental Model' of Leaders
Women in Comms Introduction Videos | 5/10/2016 | 1 comment
Dr. Margaret Heffernan, an entrepreneur, CEO, speaker and author of a new book on company culture, dispels myths of leadership that are off-putting to women.
LRTV Report: Mobile Core Innovation
LRTV Documentaries | 4/28/2016 | Post a comment
Hear from multiple industry experts from Deutsche Telekom, SK Telecom, Heavy Reading, Huawei, Cisco, Ericsson, Nokia, NEC and many more about developments in the mobile core as operators virtualize their IMS and evolved packet core systems and prepare for a 5G world.
AT&T Wants to Own North Carolina
LRTV Custom TV | 4/15/2016 | 5 comments
Venessa Harrison, president of North Carolina for AT&T, tells how the company will expand its GigaPower service beyond the seven N.C. cities it already serves.
This blog, sponsored by AT&T, is the second part of a ten-part series examining next-generation broadband technologies titled "Behind the Speeds."
Fiber to the Beach House?
LRTV Interviews | 4/13/2016 | 1 comment
MCNC President & CEO Jean Davis explains her group's quest to wire all of North Carolina with dark fiber for gigabit service, especially the state's rural and outlying areas.
Gigi Sohn Lays Out FCC Agenda
LRTV Interviews | 4/12/2016 | 2 comments
Gigi Sohn, counselor to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, outlines the Commission's priorities for the next ten months and talks about the interplay between public and private broadband investment at Gigabit Cities Live in Charlotte, N.C.
How to Build Your Own Personal Brand
Women in Comms Introduction Videos | 4/12/2016 | 1 comment
A recap of Women in Comms' recent networking breakfast in Denver, offering advice on how to build your personal brand and why it matters.
SanDisk's Nithya Ruff: Getting Women Into Open Source
LRTV Interviews | 4/4/2016 | 3 comments
Women are notoriously under-represented in the tech industry, even more so in the open source community, but open source leaders can encourage diversity by setting behaviorial standards and becoming more inclusive, says Nithya Ruff, director, open source strategy office, at SanDisk.
Intel's 2020 Vision for Diversity & Equality
Women in Comms Introduction Videos | 3/24/2016 | 1 comment
Patty Kummrow, vice president of Intel's platform engineering group, shares why, how and when the chipmaker will achieve a truly diverse and equal global workforce.
Women in Comms: A Progress Report
Women in Comms Introduction Videos | 3/17/2016 | 1 comment
A quick update on WiC's progress since we launched in January, as well as a preview of upcoming events and tour of the website. Get in touch to join the movement!
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