Date: Wednesday 26th November 2014
Time:
2:00pm - 3:00pm
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SDN and NFV are often cited as technology disruptors but their disruptive influence will impact more than legacy network architectures

  • How will organisational responsibilities realign between the CTO, CIO and Product Management/CMO Organisations?
  • How will SP’s equip themselves with the skills required to become a software focused organisation
  • What does the culture of a successfully transformed Service Provider look like?

Earlier this month European Communications published the results of its survey that examined the impact of NFV on existing service provider organisational structures and business models.

In this webinar Marc Smith of European Communications will present the survey's key findings. Jack Barrett, author of the white paper SDN & NFV: Transforming the Service Provider Organisation will explore what this means for the CTO and CIO organisations as service providers move to a more software based network. He will also look at the growing influence of the CMO and Product Marketing teams as the everything as a service culture, enabled by NFV, becomes the norm.

NFV has been called a "game-changer" nothing will be quite the same ever again. Organisations must transform if they are to embrace the benefits that NFV can deliver and this change potentially affects you and your colleagues.

Join the webinar to find out what your peers told us in the survey and how this transformation will leave no role untouched.

Speakers

Jack Barrett, Senior Director, Strategy Planning and GTM, Juniper Networks

 

Jack Barrett is the Senior Director for Strategic Marketing at Juniper Networks and has pioneered Juniper’s work in the field of NFV as an organisational and business model disruptor. He is the author of the recently published white paper - SDN and NFV: Transforming the Service Provider Organisation.

Jack leads a team responsible for executive level engagement and thought leadership programs for strategic accounts. Additionally, he has held GTM Strategy and Planning, Campaign and Demand Generation Development, and Marketing Operations roles at Juniper.

Prior to joining Juniper Jack held senior level product management, marketing and managing director positions at AT&T, Lucent Technologies, and Realtech Consulting. He started his career in telecommunications over 25 years ago at AT&T Bell Labs.

Jack holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers University, an MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California, and an MBA from Monmouth University. Additionally, he is a member of the Institute of Management Accountants and currently completing his Certification in Management Accounting (CMA).

 

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Marc Smith, Editor, European Communications

Marc is a journalist and editor with over 10 years experience in a wide variety of business sectors. Since helping to re-launch European Communications in 2011, he has specialised in the strategic direction of the telecoms industry, looking at how European telcos need to change if they are to prosper in this challenging yet exciting industry.

European Communications serves communications service providers and their suppliers with news, exclusive interviews and insightful features. It covers the latest developments in operator strategy, back office, networks and content and services. European Communications has been a leading voice in the telecoms sector for over 20 years.

Marc Smith

 

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