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Marcus is considered one of the luminaries in the industry in terms of the clarity, depth and breadth of his vision for the future of networks.
He has championed many technological disruptions in telecommunications networks, from the evolution and convergence of networks to “all IP,” the evolution of copper-based Access networks to support sophisticated interference cancellation (so-called vectoring), the evolution of wireless networks to highly-distributed networks of small cells and the emergence of virtualization and Software Defined Networking as profound industry changing forces that will drive a new integrated and federated network architecture and economics.
Corporate Chief Technology Officer for Alcatel-Lucent
originally posted by: peppycat
a reply to: onequestion thanks for this and the tid bit... interesting things, here... will check out links a little later... stuff in my home needs work.
Thanks again, hope to read once more.
BELL BRANCH, Texas (AP) — A Bell Helicopter aircraft on a test flight has crashed in a rural area about 40 miles south of Dallas.
The Texas Department of Public Safety says the helicopter crashed Wednesday in Ellis County near the towns of Bell Branch and Italy. Officials had no immediate information on the fate of those on board the Bell 525.
A Bell Helicopter statement says the company was conducting developmental flight test operations from its Arlington facility. The company described the incident as a “helicopter accident” and said Bell Helicopter personnel were heading to the scene Wednesday afternoon.
DPS Sgt. Lonny Haschel said the helicopter crashed. He had no additional information
Oh and last but not least, oddly enough Alcatel-Lucent is located in Georgia. Just a fun tidbit for you real researchers out there.