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JSA Radio Host Jaymie Scotto Cutaia sits down with April CEO of the Month Jason Katz, of Host.net, to talk about the exciting things happening at the South Florida datacenter and plans for the future.
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JSA Radio Host Jaymie Scotto Cutaia sits down with Host.net CEO Jason Katz, of Host.net at HostingCon 2017 in Los Angeles to talk about all the great things the South Florida datacenter is working on - from Disaster Recovery to Security and more!
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JSA Radio Host, Jaymie Scotto Cutaia, sits down with Mike Taylor, Director of Business Development at Telamon to discuss the company’s presence in the core telecom group along with the wireless telco space. For those who aren’t familiar with the company, Telamon is the biggest distribution vendor in the U.S. for technology companies, service providers and data center markets. Mr. Taylor provides an overview of their technology solutions, and how they are helping some of the largest operators.
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JSA Radio Host Jaymie Scotto Cutaia sits down with Joseph Lim, CEO of SEAX Cable to discuss how the company is building the first privately built submarine cable system linking Singapore and Malaysia. The company is looking to create an unparalleled amount of capacity for carriers and Tier 2 and 3 service providers within the region to meet bandwidth needs for their customers. SEAX-1 is expected to be finished by the end of 2017.
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JSA Radio Host Jaymie Scotto Cutaia sits down with LINX America' s CEO, Ben Hedges at PTC'17 to discuss the history of LINX and what has made it so successful for the past 23 years with over 770 members. Ben discusses the peering platforms in London and how LINX handles the traffic within the UK, as well as how they are handling the demand internationally for their members, which included adding an exchange in Northern Virginia, USA.
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CEO Roundtable "Virtual Reality & The Communications Ecosystem" features: Robert Powell, Editor & Creator of Telecom Ramblings; Wes Hanemayer, VP – Video Services of Hibernia Networks; Mark Wachtmann, CIO of IO; Roger Goodman, VP of Sales of NTT America; and Ian Forester, CCO/Co-founder of VR Playhouse. This roundtable will explore all of the exciting buzz around Virtual Reality, including the impact, risks and opportunities on the communications ecosystem.
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CEO Roundtable "IoT & The Data Center: Talking Cloud, Power & Performance" with Rich Miller of Data Center Frontier; Peter Gross of Bloom Energy; Simon Lee of Centeris & Sapience Capital Partners; Jonathan Martone of CenturyLink; Tony Lin of GI Partners; & Rob Barlow of WireIE. Panel explores how today's data center operators are enabling IoT and cloud, the keys to managing technology advancements and what the new game rules are/should be moving forward to ensure the highest quality performance.
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CEO Roundtable "Smart Machines: Connected Cars, Robots, & The Necessary Infrastructure" discusses what the necessary next infrastructure steps to ensure our sci-fi world of tomorrow becomes a reality, as well as what market opportunities, risks and challenges that we face in this Brave New World. Featuring: Jeremy Kaplan of Digital Trends; Doug Junkins of NTT Innovation Institute; Arthur Lozinski, of Oomnitza; Ilter Canberk of Skurt; & Frank Tobe of ROBO Global & The Robot Report.
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CEO Roundtable "SILICON VALLEY & ITS TELECOM PARTNERS: INNOVATION; TIMELINES & TRANSPARENCIES" explores partnership expectations, including predictable processes for performance evaluations, reasonable timelines and tracking and support transparencies. Featuring: Liz Kerton of The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley; David Meredith of CenturyLink; Kumar Ramachandran of CloudGenix; David Walsh of GENBAND; Craig Farrell of IBM Global; Dan Meltzer of Sabey Data Centers & Colleen Gallagher of XKL.
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CEO Roundtable "IoT & Cybersecurity: Risks in the Supply Chain, Privacy & Defense" discusses the risks inherent to IoT, the need for security standards, and how we can better defend our privacy and our countries in the ever looming threat of cyber attacks. Featuring: Ronald Gruia, Director of Emerging Telecoms of Frost & Sullivan; Matthew Pley VP, Carrier & Service Provider Group of Fortinet; Amitava Mukherjee, CEO of RedShift Networks; Rob Barlow, CEO of WireIE & Leon Kuperman, CTO of ZENEDGE.
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Daniel Vitulich and Greg Weiner talk with JSA Radio Host Dean Perrine to discuss the latest of the FCC Incentive Auction with the current state and predictions.
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JSA Radio Host Jaymie Scotto Cutaia chats with Simon Lee - Director, Centeris and Managing Director, Sapience Capital Partners to get his predictions with network and smart machines in 2017. Simon provides us with a sense of what’s coming at us in the world of technology, and what he sees as the necessary infrastructure needed to support IoT. He also discussing trends been seen in the data center space as we ramp up to accommodate all this data.
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JSA Radio Host Jaymie Scotto Cutaia talks with Dan Meltzer, Vice President Sales & Leasing - New York, of Sabey Data Centers. Dan discusses the company's campuses on the West Coast, including Seattle and Washington, as well as on the East Coast at New York and Asburn, VA and the opportunities for carrier density and cloud access. Dan also talks about recent partnerships with DE-CIX and SIX, and some potential partnerships that would bring new opportunities to customers in the new year.
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JSA Radio Host Jaymie Scotto Cutaia chats with Ronald Gruia, Director of Emerging Telecoms at Frost & Sullivan. Ron discusses cyber hacking and the role of service providers. Ron also talks about the research Frost & Sullivan is doing on 5G, SDN, NFV and the current trends they are seeing.
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JSA Radio Host Jaymie Scotto Cutaia sits down with Michael Elling, Principal of Information Velocity Partner, to discuss America’s bandwidth deficit. Mr. Elling describes the history and development of bandwidth consumption over the past 30 years, what consumers should be receiving in terms of coverage, speed and performance versus what they are actually getting. He sees fast free Internet as a way for America to be more competitive in a global economy.
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