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Dynamic Network Services: How to Cut Costs and Grow Revenue
Date / Time: Wednesday, December 2, 2015, 2:00 p.m. New York / 7:00 p.m. London
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Sterling Perrin, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading

Tony Kourlas, Product Marketing Manager, Alcatel-Lucent

Arnold Jansen, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Alcatel-Lucent

Offline network engineering processes cannot keep up with the rapidly changing demands and traffic patterns of the on-demand cloud world. Operators are forced to allocate increasing amounts of bandwidth to ensure their services do not run out of capacity or suffer serious quality degradation. The gap between service delivery and network engineering processes is no longer a benign limitation as operators strive to make optimal use of network assets as they instantiate services.

Part 2 of our webinar series outlines how real-time network visibility, control and optimization enabled through carrier SDN allows network operators to address the challenges of the cloud era and transform their existing networks to deliver profitable on-demand services. Industry analyst and technical leaders share their views and experience on building profitable on-demand networks, including how to utilize policy-based and KPI-driven path computation to optimize network resources and service revenues. A Bell Labs study on how to increase revenue-generating traffic in your existing network by over 24% will also be presented.



 

Sterling Perrin, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading
Sterling has more than 15 years' experience in telecommunications as an industry analyst and journalist. His coverage area at Heavy Reading is optical networking, including packet-optical transport. He also authors Heavy Reading's Packet-Enabled Optical Networking Market Tracker and Next-Gen Core Packet-Optical Market Tracker. Sterling joined Heavy Reading after five years at IDC, where he served as lead optical networks analyst, responsible for the firm's optical networking subscription research and custom consulting activities.

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Tony Kourlas, Product Marketing Manager, Alcatel-Lucent
Tony Kourlas is a member of the 7750 Service Router product marketing team focused on IP-based services and solutions. Tony has over 15 years’ experience in carrier routing and network-based services in product management and product marketing roles at Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Nortel and Symantec.

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Arnold Jansen, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Alcatel-Lucent
Arnold Jansen is responsible for promoting products and solutions for the IP/MPLS core and IP/optical integration. He has held a number of roles in research and innovation, sales, product management and marketing during his 25 years in the telecommunications industry.

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