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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.
Orange Business Services relies on its own IoT analytics platform to enable smart city services.
A new self-serve Ethernet feature from Level 3, Level 3 eLynk, purports to make network connections to the cloud as flexible and agile as the cloud itself.
AT&T views artificial intelligence as the means to do data-powered automation.
Smart cities need software-defined networking to unify networks, data and services.
The results are in for the Telco Transformation cartoon caption contest on artificial intelligence.
On-the-Air Thursdays Digital Audio
ARCHIVED | August 10, 2017, 12pm EDT
In this Telco Transformation radio show, IHS Markit's Michael Howard will talk about the network domains that carriers are targeting for SDN, the top SDN services that are driving revenues and the deployment barriers this year. Howard will also address whether carriers are embracing open source or using vendor-specific implementations.
Monday, September 11, 2017
12 p.m. EDT
This hour-long webinar will provide a presentation and discussion of ONOS YANG Tools, a new Java tool-chain, introduced with ONOS Kingfisher release, and the upcoming support of OpenConfig and OpenROADM models. In this webinar, Thomas Vachuska, chief architect at the Open Networking Foundation, and Anees Shaikh, network architect, Google, will cover the capabilities of the new YANG tool-chain and will discuss the roles OpenConfig models and YANG in general play in managing large networks.
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