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    ON DEMAND WEBINAR: Cloud-Native Networks Have Arrived – The InterGENerational Future of Your Network



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    Communications Service Providers and Telecom Operators are going through the burden of upgrading their networks and services to 5G.

    At the same time, they are considering how to maintain existing 3G and 4G networks, while dealing with the complexities of migrating legacy network monitoring and management to IT-based software-defined infrastructures.

    As these infrastructures are virtual and soon-to-be cloud-native they can: 

    – Leverage multiple container-based functions.

    – Scale sufficiently and rapidly

    – Work as a Distributed Architecture

    – Provide Lifecycle Management for current and future 5G requirements.

    Join Steve Legge, COO, NetNumber and Sue Rudd, Director Network & Service Platforms at Strategy Analytics for this interactive webinar, to delve into the Cloud-Native future of networks.

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    Sue Rudd, Director Network & Service Platforms at Strategy Analytics

    Sue Rudd, Director, Networks and Service Platforms brings to Strategy Analytics a unique range of marketing strategy and business experience across wireless, fixed telephony and internet services.

    At Strategy Analytics she focuses on matching new technology to business opportunities for SON, HetNets, Small Cells and Wi-Fi Interoperability as well as service opportunities for Network Slicing, SDN/NFV, Edge Services, Video Delivery Optimization and Telco Cloud. Her reports cover competitive analyses of service platforms, OSS transformation, Cloud database requirements and business cases to maximize CSP Revenue per GB.

    Prior to joining Strategy Analytics, Sue worked for Comverse Technologies (now Mavenir) developing business cases for converged fixed and mobile IP services and VoIP over 3G. Previously at Motorola Cellular Infrastructure (now Nokia Networks) she coordinated wireless data services and directed projects for mobile network management and Intelligent Networking.

    Sue has over 30 years’ experience selling to Internet, Telecommunications and Mobile service providers for multiple RF and ‘’ startups, Codex (Motorola’s modem and Enterprise T1 subsidiary), BBN (now Raytheon) and Burroughs Corp. (now Unisys)

    She has a BA and MA from University of Cambridge and an MBA from the Wharton School.

    Steve Legge, COO, NetNumber

    Steve Legge serves as the NetNumber Chief Operating Officer, responsible for driving the company’s continued transition to an Agile business, scaling operational capabilities and services and evolving the TITAN platform, products and data services to meet evolving and growing market demands.

    8Legge joined NetNumber, Inc. as Vice President, Corporate Development in November 2013 to lead the company’s global partner strategies and reseller programs. Most recently, he served as General Manager, NetNumber Global Data Services and Senior Vice President, Product Management. He has held senior executive management and technical positions in the broadcast, telecommunications and satellite industries in the US and Australia for more than 20 years.

    Prior to joining NetNumber, Legge was Vice President of Telecom and Space Systems for VT iDirect, Inc., a Virginia-based satellite network equipment manufacturer. Previously, he was manager of Global Business Development for the Satellite Solutions group at Cisco. Before relocating to the US in 2008, Legge was the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at SP Telecommunications, a national voice and broadband carrier in Australia.

     Under his leadership the company became the third largest carrier in the Australian market. SP Telecommunications was the first national IP-based carrier delivering both IP VPN and IP-based PSTN voice services to Australian enterprise, government and consumer customers.

    Annie Turner, Editor, Mobile Europe & European Communications

    Annie Turner has researched and written about telecoms since the late 1980s in a number of roles — as editor of business titles including for International Thomson and The Economist Group, contributor to national newspapers such as The Times and FT, and as an analyst for Market Mettle and Current Analysis.