How will network operations adapt to the rapidly-changing telecom environment? Featuring industry experts and engineers managing the next-generation of networks, Ericsson Operations Engine limited podcast series provides a first-hand look into the operating networks, customer experiences, and collaborative innovation meeting the challenges of tomorrow.
Episode 01: The future operating model for service providers
Episode 02: How is Artificial Intelligence shaping telecom operations
Episode 03: Designing with data
Episode 04: Running networks by predicting what's next
Episode 05: Turning legacy into an agile IT environment
Episode 06: Automating network security to deal with increased complexities
In this episode Kirsty Fitzgibbon is joined by two remote guests: Karthik Subramanian (Head of Portfolio and Services at Ericsson Managed Services) and Raj Samani (Chief Scientist, McAfee). Listen to their discussion about evolving security threats, and why network security is a prerequisite for a valuable digital transformation, not an afterthought.
Episode 07: The changing role of people and their skills
How will the AI, data, and machine-driven capabilities fueling the modern operations environment impact people? In our new episode, Kirsty Fitzgibbon talks to Sachin Desai (Head of Ericsson Global AI Accelerator) and Ulrika Jägare (Director Technology and Architecture) about a commonly undervalued component of technological transformation: humans.
About the host
Head of Marketing & Communications, BA Managed Services
Kirsty Fitzgibbon is Head of Marketing & Communications and a member of Business Area Managed Services Leadership Team. Ericsson Managed Services business is undergoing a fundamental shift from a pure outsourcing business to an industry leader in data driven operations, enabled through Artificial Intelligence, automation and analytics. Kirsty and team are responsible for creating and driving perception of Managed Services in the market and within Ericsson as well as enabling sales growth for new and existing customers.