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Transport Network Management

Looking to have a discussion with a transport network operations expert to discuss the role of network management and element management systems in the context of multiple equipment vendor transport environments. Specifically focused on the landscape of multi-vendor transport nms/ems solutions and their adoption across network configuration, reporting, and performance applications. Additionally, we require an expert’s opinion on how legacy nms / ems systems will be incorporated into sdn topologies and what drives a provider’s selection process when looking to deploy network controller / orchestration solution. Experience of the ideal expert: transport nms/ems knowledge, understanding of sdn / network controllers and orchestration, awareness of drivers of purchase for telco software.

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    Don |Consultant

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    Sanjay |Chief Executive

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    Jan (Jacob) |Sr. Telecom Consultant

    I can definitely speak on transition from legacy NMS / EMS to SDN / NFV due to my involved in evalua...

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Hfc Networks - Referral

Hi. I am the founder & ceo of zintro. I would greatly appreciate if you would provide me with some feedback on an idea we are working on. An increasing number of zintro clients work for private equity and/or management consulting companies. Often times, these types of clients are seeking to connect with a highly targeted expert profile. For example, they may want to talk with a former executive of company xyz that left the company at least six months ago but no more than 24 months ago. Bometimes we "get lucky" and find the client an ideal expert that exactly meets that spec. However, sometimes we don't. We would like to find a more systematic approach to consistently find highly targeted experts. The majority of experts on zintro are independent consultants that came out of industry five or more years ago. These experts have deep industry and/or technical knowledge, but may possess information that is slightly "dated" from the perspective of the client. In reality, the independent consultant's knowledge is probably current because he/she is working with many clients in the space. Even so, we have to respect the wishes of the clients and try to find them their more targeted expert(s). The good news is that the clients are willing to pay a high enough fee that we can cover both the cost of the expert and pay out an attractive referral fee. So, here is the idea. Many of the industry consultants on the zintro platform know people who are exact matches for the client's inquiries. The concept is simple. We would like to provide an easy way for zintro experts to monetize their rolodex's in addition to their expertise. Is this something that would appeal to you? It always helps to provide a real-life example. Some of you may have already seen this inquiry come through the platform. However, the client is looking to perform paid interviews for former employees of three specific companies. Do you know someone who may fit the bill? ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- client is offering $200 to anyone that refers an expert who meets the following criteria and is hired for this consult: 1. Expert worked (or currently works) at comcast, cablevision, or timewarner cable within the last two years. 2. Expert was a key decision maker in network planning and buying of optical equipment for hfc networks; likely someone in network planning and in a regional role. Do you know someone who may be a good fit? Client is going to wrap up interviews this week, so please let me know if you would like to refer someone asap. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- i also would welcome feedback on the general concept of "experts monetizing their rolodexes". Thanks so much! --stuart

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    David |President and Founder

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    Ron |Chief Experience Officer

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Network Simulation

Hi, i need some one to help me on my network simulation project over opnet immediate need

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    Norman |Managing Director

    Modeling or Emulation?...

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    Greg |Systems Engineer

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    farhaj |Lead Data Network Engineer

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Telecommunications/cable Industry

Scope: the main objective is to understand how operators/service providers are adopting artificial intelligence (ai). It will cover understanding details on what ai is being used for, pain-points addressed by using ai, how it is being implemented and which organizations or partners are being used to deliver it. Interviews to be conducted with experts who work in following companies only: at&t, t-mobile, dish, bell, cox communications industry: telecommunications/cable companies focus geography: usa, canada type of interviews: telephonic interview duration: 60 minutes timeline: before 8th march number of experts: 4 expert job title(s): senior executives having experience of using ai services and solutions and have knowledge of network side of the organization. E.G. • senior director / head of network planning and design • senior vp / head of network operations • director of strategy & innovation • director, artificial intelligence • director - network engineering • cto / cio • associate director, advanced analytics • senior vice president - product & technology • director - technology, chief data office screening questions (must qualify below mentioned criteria): must have knowledge of at least 5 of the following ai-specific use cases: • network management and operations • cloud and it operations • enterprise operations (sw-wan, iot, edge) • network design and optimization • ran spectrum and traffic management including oran/smo • network roll out • customer experience management • service assurance • security/fraud and revenue assurance • custom use case • other: monetization, financial forecasting, hr, bid/contract management, marketing, billing/charging, smartbots, other (specify) key pointers for the discussion: 1) where is ai being invested in by operators today and where is it expected to be in the future? 2) which use cases and business functions are using ai and what pain-points are they addressing? 3) which use cases offer the most significant value to the operators? 4) how do operators support their ai projects, what partners do they have? 5) what type of service/product pricing models are best for operators and is it changing? 6) do operators expect spending on ai to increase or decrease in the future?

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    Ean Chukwuemeka |Oracle for Startups, Founder/Participant

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    Jace |Chief Technology Officer (CTO) & SVP Pro

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    Lee |Director of IT Operations

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Network Management Systems

We are a prominent advisory/research company and a authorized zintro partner. We would like to connect with it professionals knowledgeable about network management software services, its technological and market trends. Kindly respond with a brief description of your knowledge in this area. Thank you.

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    Erik |Free Lancer

    I have minimal knowledge and minimal experience. On the other hand, I learn fast, quick to understan...

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    Jerell |Zintro Expert

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    Mansij |Consultant

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Gigamon

One of our clients would like to speak with customers of gigamon who can discuss their opinion of the company, and their competitive positioning.

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    Pankaj |Principle Commercial Manager (Senior)

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    Don |Consultant

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    Shyam |CFO Advisor

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Wireless Mesh Networks

We are looking to do multiple paid phone consultation with experts with extensive knowledge in the manufacturing and designing of point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, and wireless mesh networks. We would like to understand the value proposition of these solutions relative to private and public cellular and wi-fi networks, especially in the application of vehicle automation, video surveillance, and passenger wi-fi. Finally, we would like to understand the impact of 5g’s release on the competitive positioning for these solutions. This would be for a 1 - hour paid phone consultation. Please respond with a few brief statements as to your relevance in this space. 1. What is the extent of your experience with designing, implementing, and monitoring wireless networks for use in long distance or remote area applications? 2. Would you be able to give an overview on performance comparison of mesh networks (throughput and latency) and its key differentiators relative to lte? Please answer briefly. 3. Can you share your insights on the competitive advantages and the effectiveness of mesh networks relative to its competitors (cellular, wifi, wireline) and how the 5g release can impact these? 4. Kindly rate your familiarity with industry participants (1 not familiar, 5 very familiar) a. Proxim wireless b. Engenius c. Fluidmesh d. Moxa e. Axxcss wireless / moseley

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    Joeval |LatAm, New Business

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    Mauricio |RF Design and Optimization Lead Engineer

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    Albert |Deputy Director

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Network Management

Hardware and network experts. We are high frequency traders and we need an admin for our server. We must reduce latency as much as possible. Let's get in touch!

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    Narendra |Director

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Network Management

Assume these are two management stations – one snmp based and the other corba based. The snmp based manager does poll based fault management of a device by sending snmp requests every 2 minutes. The corba based nms fault management is fully push based and the nms receives a notification when there is a fault. The size of the snmp request and response pdus is 150 bytes and the size of a corba notification is about 400 bytes. During 1 hour these are 20 alarms 1) calculate the bandwidth used in both cases. 2) how do you differentiate between both the cases?

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    MATTHEW |CEO / CHAIRMAN / FOUNDER

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Network Architecture

Senior network architect - must have experience leading a team! we currently have an opening with our client for network architect contract position - yonkers. The position is a 6 month contract position. A partial job description is below. If you are interested please let me know. This is a very high level architect position and candidate will be thoroughly screened. Position description: the senior expert in field of technology and business. Provides guidance to team or department and is an internal consultant to other teams within the organization. Provide expertise on design and planning. Perform system and problem analysis to develop solutions for new systems requirements or enhancements to existing systems. Address problem analysis, review the proposed solutions, and recommend joint problem resolution and review. Work with project managers to assist in the project planning process. May be required to lead teams and function as a project manager. Lead teams and provides direction, ensuring projects are on track and are not delayed by technical issues. Work closely and coordinate with internal management on project actions and recommendations. Provide timely, effective, and professional customer support. Communicate with client management on issues and ensure problem resolutions. May participate in on-call support. The chief technical architect designates the it architect as a member of the technical architecture team. Required skills: - designs and coordinates the implementation of the company’s internet perimeter infrastructure, including firewalls, bgp routing, dmz network monitoring. - design vpn(ipsec, sslvpn, l2l tunnels) configurations and implement them throughout the corporation. - design and development on internet infrastructure solutions that are highly available and support business continuity requirements. - design and development of network load balancing solutions. - technical knowledge of checkpoint and cisco firewalls. - technical knowledge of vpn/remote access solutions. - technical knowledge of cisco routing and switching

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    Ilham |DGM - IT Delivery Management

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    balaji |CTO

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Vitalsuite

Audit during the implementation of network management vital suite(r) at telus, to reassure that the vitalsuit of lucent has met the requirement specification of the telus network.. ensure that all output of the vital suit meet quality standards by performing product evaluation testing. What test has to be done on the network to cross reference vitalsuit output, vise versa ?. thanks, jasmin

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    Johnny |Technical Operation Management

    I sorry I dont know vitalsuite aplication. good luck!...

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    Stephen |Redefining Consulting™

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Virtual Desktop

We are conducting research on the virtual desktop marketplace in the mid-market. Specifically, we are interested in learning the relationship/interactions among the three main components of the value chain: virtual desktop solution vendors, channel partners and end customers. We are hoping to talk to experts that fit at least one of the profiles below. Given our pressing timeline, we would like to conduct ~5 interviews (potentially more) with candidates who seem fit as soon as possible. We are focusing on the u.S. Exclusively for now. However, we would like to also understand the international markets later. On that, we will reach out again with specific regions and region-specific definition for the mid-market. Definitions § mid-market – in the u.S. It refers to market with end customers that have 500-5000 ftes § virtual desktop solution vendors – technology companies that develop virtual desktop solutions. They typically sell the solution through channel partners to small and medium end customers and through their own sales force to large end customers § channel partners – companies that partner with virtual desktop solution vendors and sell solution licenses or access to virtual desktop solutions to end-customers. Common types of channel partners are value added resellers (vars), managed service providers (msps), system integrators (sis), etc. § end customer – companies that purchase virtual desktop solutions for their employees to use general qualification § must have worked at one of the main vendors, channel partners or have been an it decision maker of a mid-market company (fte 500-5000) qualified vendors and their most well-known virtual desktop solution: o vmware (horizon or horizon air) o citrix systems (xendesktop, xenapp) o microsoft (remote desktop services) o amazon web services (aws workspaces) qualified channel partners o msps, vars, or sis with experience selling virtual desktop solutions to mid-market customers work-experience-specific qualification vendors § must have worked/work in sales, channel partner management or similar functions for the virtual desktop product § must have experience interacting/managing channel partners that sell to the mid-market end customers (fte 500-5000) § can speak to the competitive landscape § can speak to different types of partner programs and their corresponding incentive/discount structure § can speak to different licensing models and consumption model § can give perspective on cloud-based virtual desktop offerings and the process of pushing cloud-based offering to the marketplace (if applicable) channel partners § must have sold/sell to mid-market end customers § must have sold/sell virtual desktop solutions from the four qualified vendors listed above § can speak to channel partner’s business model and consumption model (e.G. How do they make money?) § can speak to incentive/discount structure of at least one of the four qualified vendors § can speak to experience interacting with at least one of the four qualified vendors § can give a perspective on the impact of cloud-based offerings from virtual desktop solution vendors on the channel partners § ideally have the experience of transitioning to providing a cloud-based solution it decision maker § must have worked for a mid-market company (fte 500-5000) § must have purchased or been involved in the purchasing decision of a virtual desktop solution from the four qualified vendors § can speak to the evaluation process of a channel partner’s virtual desktop solution (e.G. What matters the most? Who the channel partner is? Who the solution vendor is? Etc.) § can speak to the licensing agreement and payment structure the company has considered § can give a perspective on possibility of adopting of a cloud-based virtual desktop solution thanks, william

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    Rachit |Virtualization Consultant and

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