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Member Since: March 30, 2016
Rufolo has more than 25 years experience in the media industry, particularly in technology trade magazines. She started her career as a reporter at a daily newspaper in Pennsylvania. Rufolo most recently served as Copy Chief and online content management editor at noted technology pub CRN. She graduated from University of Oregon with a bachelor's degree in Romance Languages and International Studies, and a master's degree in Linguistics/TESOL from Stony Brook University. Rufolo resides in Long Island with her fiancee, cats and Pomeranian dog. In her spare time, she likes to cook, read, work out and practice foreign languages by holding conversations with herself.
Isch says that SD-WAN as a service is a better bet than an over the top overlay of SD-WAN.
CenturyLink's vice president of video strategy discusses the right approach to marketing OTT services for a pay TV operator.
The Internet of Things caption contest featured smart and funny responses.
AT&T is prepping a network-based SD-WAN offering that will serve SMBs and branch offices.
Level 3's CTO Andrew Dugan talks about SD-WAN's ability to serve enterprise customers with a variety of connectivity options.
On-the-Air Thursdays Digital Audio
ARCHIVED | June 15, 2017, 12pm EDT
In this Telco Transformation radio show, AT&T's Mazin Gilbert and the Linux Foundation's Arpit Joshipura will discuss some of the key concepts of ONAP, including the recent formation of its technical steering committee as well as opening up the code and documentation to the industry.
Thursday, March 16, 2017
12:00 p.m. New York/4:00 p.m. London
The promise of 5G connectivity is a truly Networked Society. 5G is not just about making the throughput larger, it is also about offering use case optimized user experiences and inclusion of new vertical sectors. Use cases predicted for 2020 will need new types of connectivity services that are highly scalable and programmable in terms of speed, capacity, security, reliability, availability, latency and impact on battery type. 5G will need to be an agile, dynamically programmable network that can meet diverse needs with new, as-a-service models on a single infrastructure. In this Webinar, you will learn how the Open Networking Foundation is combining open source and software defined standards through its Open innovation Pipeline to advance innovative architectures such as mobile CORD (M-CORD). M-CORD is being developed by the CORD Project community under ONF's leadership and hosted by The Linux Foundation. Built on the pillars of SDN, NFV and cloud technologies, the end-to-end M-CORD open reference solution is arming operators with the capabilities needed to start planning for the upcoming 5G transition.
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