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Featured Keynote Speakers
The Linux FoundationJim は、ここ 10 年あまりの三大技術トレンドであるモバイル コンピューティング、クラウド コンピューティング、およびオープン ソース ソフトウェアの分野でキャリアを重ねています。現在は The Linux Foundation のエグゼクティブ ディレクターとしてこの経験を生かし、オープン ソースや Linux を使用した技術革新の加速に取り組んでいます。 彼は The Linux Foundation において、IBM、Intel、Google、Samsung、Qualcomm をはじめとする世界的な技術企業と協力し、サーバー、クラウド、および各種の新モバイル コンピューター機器の次世代コンピューター機能の定義を推進しています。ベンダー中立な The Linux Foundation のディレクターである彼は、独特の集約的な観点から世界の技術産業を見ることができます。 Jim は、技術業界の経済変革に関する見識が評価されています。彼の執筆は、Businessweek や Wired をはじめとする著名技術ジャーナルに掲載されており、業界のさまざまなイベントにおける常連の基調講演者です。Splashtop をはじめとする企業への起業アドバイスも数多く行っており、Global Economic Symposium、Open Source For America、および Chinese Open Source Promotion Union の役員も務めています。
Dr. Junlan Feng
General Manager of the AI and Intelligent Operation R&D Center & Chief Scientist, China MobileJunlan Feng, Chief Scientist at China Mobile General Manager of AI and Intelligent Operation R&D Center. Dr. Feng has led R&D of China Mobile on artificial intelligence and big data since September 2013. She had been the architect of IBM Big Data from January 2013.1 to August 2013 and a principal researcher at AT&T Labs Research from August 2001 to January 2013. Dr. Feng received her Ph.D. on Speech Recognition in 2001 from Chinese Academy of Sciences. She is an IEEE senior member, an IEEE speech and language committee member and IEEE industry committee member. She is a reviewer for major data mining, speech, and natural language international conferences and journals. She has chaired and organized multiple conferences in these fields. Dr. Feng has over 50 professional publications and has been granted 33 U.S and international patents.
Executive Director, Open Networking FoundationGuru Parulkar is Executive Director of ONF and ON.Lab, and Executive Director of Stanford Platform Lab, and Consulting Professor of EE at Stanford University. Guru has been in the field of networking for over 25 years. He joined Stanford in 2007 as Executive Director of its Clean Slate Internet Design Program. At Stanford Guru helped create three programs: OpenFlow / Software-Defined Networking, Programmable Open Mobile Internet 2020, and Stanford Experimental Data Center Laboratory.
Managing Partner and President, Digital and Technology Solutions, KPMG CanadaArmughan Ahmad is a technology executive with 23 years of experience delivering digital and technology solutions globally by building diverse teams that digitally engineer business functions and deliver client outcomes across all industry segments with next-generation technology solutions. Armughan is a passionate driver of digital economy and a dot connector transforming industries by bringing together a complete eco-system of government policies, start-ups, technology alliances, research and academic next-generation talent to commercialize offers that advance human and machine collaboration in the 4th industrial revolution. Armughan has delivered award-winning innovative Cloud, Data, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Mobility and Security solutions aligned to clients' front, middle and back office business functions across North American, European and Asian markets. He has worked at and collaborated with $10M start-up’s to large $100bn plus corporations always with a vision to help clients deliver new and improved customer experiences across finance, manufacturing, retail, telecom, energy, public sector and SME industry verticals. Prior to joining KPMG Armughan served as the Global Senior Vice President & General Manager at Dell EMC leading their solutions, cloud and alliances business. He previously held executive positions at Hewlett Packard and 3Com building world-class teams that are powering the Fortune 500 and commercial industries. Armughan advises numerous start-ups and scale-up companies, he also serves on non-profit boards as a passionate promoter of girls education in STEM, mental health and refugee resettlement programs.
Vice President, Data Center Group & Chief Technology Officer, Network Platforms Group, IntelRajesh Gadiyar is a Vice President in the Data Center Group (DCG) as well as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for the Network Platforms Group (NPG) at Intel. He leads the Architecture & Systems Engineering organization within the NPG. His focus is on the delivery of scalable and efficient architectures for next-generation communications platforms. He leads these efforts in order to accelerate Network Function Virtualization (NFV) including 5G infrastructure, Multi-Access Edge Cloud and AI in Networking. Gadiyar joined Intel in 2000, and has held several positions in engineering, professional services, strategic planning and architecture. Prior to joining Intel, he led various engineering teams at Trillium Digital Systems and Wipro Ltd. He represents Intel in standards committees such as the ATIS Technology and Operations (TOPS) council and the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA). He holds the position of the Technical Advisory Committee member for Linux Foundation Networking (LFN) and the Technical Steering Committee for Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) initiative under the Linux Foundation. He is also a regular speaker at industry events and forums. Gadiyar has a B.S. in Electronics and Telecommunications engineering from National Institute of Technology, Trichy, India and an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management.
President, AT&T Labs & Chief Technology Officer, AT&TAndre oversees the global technology direction for AT&T. This includes network planning, the company’s innovation road map, AT&T Labs, AT&T Foundry, and the intellectual property organization. His responsibilities include spearheading the design of the company’s next-generation 5G wireless infrastructure and software-defined networking (SDN) initiative. He’s also heavily involved in AT&T’s push into open source software and other open standards, and engagement and collaboration with the broader developer community.
Chief Open Source Liaison Officer, ICT Infrastructure Open Source GM, HuaweiBill Ren is responsible for the industry and ecosystem development in Huawei Product& Solution Strategy Department. After he joined Huawei in 2000, Mr Ren was working in the network management area until 2003. From 2005-2006, he was the Product leader of the Huawei OSS product line. From 2006-2008, he was the head of OSS marketing of European region. From 2009-2013, Mr. Ren was the Vice president of the Fixe OSS product line in charge of marketing & strategy. From 2014 to 2016, Mr. Ren took the new role for the network solution, and was in charge of the network BU global innovation project and the network solution portfolio management.
Senior Director, Alibaba GroupHaiyong Wang is a Senior Director at Alibaba Group. He leads the team that develops system software for Alibaba’s network infrastructure. This includes host networking stack, NIC offload software, network OS and SDN solutions. Before joining Alibaba, Haiyong worked in the networking area at Facebook and Microsoft. He graduated with an MS degree from the University of Virginia and a BS degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
Director, Technology, Strategy & Standardization, AmdocsA member of ONAP’s Technical Steering Committee (TSC) and the chair of ONAP’s Use-case Subcommittee, Alla Goldner also leads all ONAP activities and internal decision-making at Amdocs – a $3.7 billion revenue (2017), 25,000-employee company providing software and services to the world’s leading communications and media businesses. Her responsibilities include defining and implementing Amdocs’ ONAP strategy, working directly with ONAP members from service providers, vendors and partners, and playing a key role in Amdocs’ TSC. Her current focus is NFV and SDN network evolution, and in particular, the standardization and open-source domains. With over 20 years of experience in developing technology strategy and system architecture at global companies including Alcatel, Motorola, and Intel, she also has extensive experience in leading standardization efforts in 3GPP, IETF, ETSI NFV, BBF, ETSI and MEC – examples of standards she has created include TDF (Traffic Detection Function) into 3GPP Packet Core Architecture, Network Congestion handling into 3GPP architecture, and also traffic-steering architecture. A key member of the group-defined service-functional chaining in IETF, she is also a leading contributor of multiple work items in the areas of 5G, Policy Control and Charging, NFV, SDN, control-user plane split and congestion management. She has also served on the program committees of several conferences including IEEE ICC and IEEE CSCN, and has multiple patents to her name. Alla holds an MSc in Technology Management from NYU and a BSc in Mathematics and Computer Science from Tel Aviv University.