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It Sales Africa

I need a an it sales/business development consultant for egypt and africa. We are starting a new company and we want to get projects in africa. We can source cisco equipment with special low prices. We do all type of infrastructure implementation and among us are consultant in vsat and satellite capacity.

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    Kashan |Systems Engineer

    Hello, I am Kashan, I can assist you in roll-out of newly IT Project, I Posses extensive working an...

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    Raj |Vice President

    Hello, I have more then a 8 years of exp, into Network Solutions. I'm currently working for a compan...

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    Mario |CEO

    Hi. My name is Mario Carrizo, I'd like to know some more details about your proposal. I have more th...

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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

    Over 34 years of transport design and support suggest the variables must interact. Copper, fiber, w...

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    Sanjay |Chief Executive

    Hi, I am a *****essional with industry experience of more than 25 years. I have ...

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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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Telecom Infrastructure

Our multinational firm is looking to speak to experts in the national technical tv and telecom infrastructure space who are or have been in senior management positions (at or above business unit md level). We’d like a spread across types of function such as commercial, product management, operations (incl project management and delivery, maintenance, logistics and service management), technology (it - not helpdesk). We would like to speak to people who can provide us with an understanding about how the target companies were operated and organized, details of systems and processes used and details of number of ftes /costs within specific functions. We are looking for people who work or have worked for companies like: -broadcast australia -tdf (france) -deutsche funkturn (germany) -american tower (us) -digita (finland) -red bee / ericcson (uk) -mobile broadband network limited ("mbnl") -cornerstone telecommunications infrastructure limited ("ctil") - uk -wireless infrastructure group - uk -cellnex (spain, italy, france, netherlands) -fps towers (france) -crown castle (usa) -axicom -inwit -indus towers (india) -grupo torresur (brazil) -protelindo (indonesia) -telefonica (uk) -wireless infrastructure group (uk) -enel (italy, france) -elster (germany) -ericsson (sweden) -ge grid solutions / alstom grid (usa, asia) -spml infra (india) -wasion group (china) -kore telematics (usa) -landis + gyr (switzerland) -eltel (eltel) -dimonoff (canada) these are individuals from a terrestrial broadcast, s&m, smart meters or telecom space. Referrals are also welcomed, thank you.

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    Gwain |Wireless Technology Consultant

    25 years at Qualcomm as VP of technology. During that time we dealt with many telecom companies and ...

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    Pankaj |Principle Commercial Manager (Senior)

    During my 20 years of Telecom Experience in UK & Europe, I have been managed to work with following...

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    Ian |Project Manager

    30 plus years at V odafone, EE, Verizon, Worldcom, Orange, France Telecom etc, I am sure I can help....

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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

    Comments below: 1. What is the extent of your experience with designing, implementing, and monitori...

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    Mauricio |RF Design and Optimization Lead Engineer

    1. I worked as a network design engineer for 5 years in a company that managed a point-to-multipoint...

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    Albert |Deputy Director

    Hello, I am working on these technologies and I am familiar with their design and standardisation. I...

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Cisco Router

Somebody local in central new york that knows cisco routers.

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    Probal |Network Engineer

    Hi, You can contact me over S*K*Y*P*E and my id is p*r*o*bal*_ra*h*m*an . Please omit the stars in b...

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We have a sky router with tp link plug - in extenders around the house, however, our signal still drops out, losing our wifi, and our ability to download tv programmes or use the internet. Do you have a solution?

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    Anand |GM/VP- Network Operation

    Hi , I am Intrested. Best Regards Anand +91 *****...

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    Mohamad |Wireless Consultant

    TP Link Routers are not the best. I've always had problems with them. Anyways, let me know if you ar...

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    William |Wireless Consultant- domestic and intern

    Yes, If you have ATT service, go out and buy a cell extender. They cost about $50, and will also dra...

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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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Telecom Tower Construction - Us And Latin America

Our firm requires multiple experts who have in-depth experience in building telecom towers (infrastructure). We would like to better understand the installation regulations of building cell towers in towns/cities and the selection process in choosing a communication infrastructure and carrier provider. Ideally, telecom consultants who are highly knowledgeable in this space or someone from an operator of wireless and broadcast communications infrastructure. We are looking at (2) perspective, an expert who can discuss regulations and processes either in the us (1st profile) or in latin america (2nd profile). This would be for a 1-hour paid phone consultation. To show your relevance in this space, please answer with a yes/no or a few brief statements questions below. 1. What is the level or extent of your experience in this space? 2. Would you be able to comprehensively discuss the following topics? 2a. For profile 1: telecom tower experts in the u.S 2a1. Are you familiar with how cities/towns determine whether a company can build a cell tower? 2a2. Who is the driver of this? Does the city decide it wants to build a tower and solicit interest, does the towerco (american tower, crown castle, sba, etc.) approach the city, or does the wireless carrier (verizon, at&t, etc.) approach the city? 2a3. Can you provide an overview of how a given towerco win the right to build a tower once a city has decided it wants to build? 2a4. Can your share insights on why do towns/cities choose one towerco over another? 2a5. Can you speak about how towerco's work with wireless carriers to determine where towers will be needed? 2b. Profile 2: telecom tower experts in lat america. 2b1. Can you discuss the process to build a new cell tower in latam? 2b2. Are there zoning restrictions that towerco's need to deal with to build? How does this work? 2b3. Can you provide an overview of how a given towerco win the right to build a tower once a city has decided it wants to build? 2b4. Can your share insights on why do towns/cities choose one towerco over another? 2b5. Can you speak about how towerco's work with wireless carriers to determine where towers will be needed? **please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and are not seeking confidential information. ***referrals are highly appreciated

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    Scott |Managing Partner

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    Roy |Rf Engineer

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    Timothy |COO, Regional Vice President, General Ma

    I have 25 years of hands-on telecom experience building wireless networks for AT&T, Sprint, TMO, Ver...

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Router Configuration

I recently upgraded my router from a mega 100wr to d-link(model dsl-2750u)but the problem i have is that the new router cannot connect wirelessly. The rj45 cable has to be plugged in for the router to work

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    Probal |Network Engineer

    Have you already resolved your issue?...

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    sateesh |Broadcast Engineer

    Please check wireless is enabled or not...

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    Anton |Chief Technology Officer

    To my knowledge no DSL modem/router ***** will allow you to do *****lessly. ...

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Video Transmission & Networking

Our us firm wishes to better understand what differentiates the component manufacturers that provide data/video transmission and networking equipment for the security surveillance market and similar applications. Particularly, we are interested in component manufacturers that provide media converters, ethernet switches, power over ethernet devices, network patch cables, video transmitters and data receivers. (belden, comnet, interlogix/ifs, l-com and transition networks.) the relationship and transition between analog and digital/ip network cameras is of interest as well. Please respond by describing your relevant expertise, thank you.

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    Brian |President

    Hi, I am very involved in the design and ***** video-over IP systems. In particular I ha...

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    Anand |Managing Partner

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    Reuben |Corporate Systems Integration

    I test and prototype various video surveillance systems. 2.4ghz Wifi is the new standard of connect...

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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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Network Switches

I have a client who is researching network switches and would like to speak with industry consultants who are customers and/or have recently evaluated major vendors.

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    Michael |Owner and CEO

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    Kapil |Network SME

    Been dealing with Cisco and juniper switches and routers since last 8 years now ,have worked for the...

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A networking device whose software and hardware are usually tailored to the tasks of routing and forwarding information. For example, on the Internet, information is directed to various paths by routers. Routers connect two or more logical subnets, which do not necessarily map one-to-one to the physical interfaces of the router. The term "layer 3 switch" often is used interchangeably with router, but switch is a general term without a rigorous technical definition. In marketing usage, it is generally optimized for Ethernet LAN interfaces and may not have other physical interface types. In comparison a network hub does not do any routing, instead every packet it receives on one network line gets forwarded to the other network lines. Routers operate in two different planes : * Control plane, in which the router learns the outgoing interface that is most appropriate for forwarding specific packets to specific destinations, * Forwarding plane, which is responsible for the actual process of sending a packet received on a logical interface to an outbound logical interface

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