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Spotlight on the All-IP Transition: New Wireless Opportunities

Tuesday, November 18, 2014
(11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. USA, Eastern Time)

The transition from the PSTN to the all-IP network is one of the most significant evolutions in ICT history. This “transition within a transition,” occurs as the industry leverages the power of LTE. Ensuring its success means recognizing the opportunities that new LTE-enabled wireless capabilities bring and how the all-IP transition will advance them. This ATIS webinar covers the critical questions that must be answered in order to progress the all-IP transition in light of the power of LTE:


  • What is the current state of our networks in terms of progress toward all-IP?
  • What PSTN services are being transitioned to wireless?
  • What new services/capabilities will be offered in the next five years as carriers continue their LTE deployment?
  • How reliable and resilient are these wireless networks?
  • What can we expect from the longer-term future—what will 5G bring and when?
  • How must the new networks perform for both the industry and consumers to consider the transition a success?

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Source: http://www.atis.org/newsandevents/webinars.asp 


Brian Daly
Director - Core Network & Government/Regulatory Standards

Brian K. Daly – Director, Core Network & Government/Regulatory Standards, manages the strategic standards engineering team focusing on 4G LTE evolved packet and IP multimedia subsystem, NfV/SDN, cybersecurity, small cells, machine-to-machine, regulatory topics including wireless emergency alerts, SMS to 9-1-1 and NG9-1-1, stolen handsets, public safety broadband, and the PSTN transition. Brian is leading AT&T’s research into 5G use cases, requirements, and technologies. Brian co-led the 4G Americas project developing an America’s view on 5G requirements.

Brian holds several industry leadership positions, including co-chair of the FCC’s Technological Advisory Council Advanced Sharing and Enabling Technologies working group and the Mobile Device Theft Prevention working group. Brian also co-leads a working group under the FCC’s Communication Security, Reliability and Interoperability Council investigating Wireless Emergency Alert enhancements. Brian is Chair of the North American Fraud Forum and Security Group under the GSM Association’s North American Regional Interest Group which developed guidelines for Stolen Handsets and the use of the GSM Association’s Global IMEI Database, and is on the CTIA’s Cybersecurity Working Group.

Brian holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University with an emphasis in electromagnetic engineering (antennas and microwaves) and communication systems. Brian holds over 100 patents in the telecommunications field.

Dr. Farrokh Khatibi
Director of Engineering

Dr. Farrokh Khatibi joined Qualcomm in 1990 to help design and build the first CDMA Forward Link Cell Demodulator system. In 1992 he started a research project which led to Qualcomm’s commercial packet based Infrastructure. This innovative design shared many characteristics with today’s so called “All IP” architecture.

Dr. Khatibi is a member of Qualcomm’s Standards and Industry Organizations, and currently leads ATIS activities in Qualcomm. He has been involved with 3GPP for over 15 years, and he was one of the editors of the first 3GPP Common IMS spec (TS 23.228). He was also the Rapporteur for ITU-T’s Mobility Management activities, and participates in 3GPP, IEEE, SGIP, and a number of other standards fora.


Steve Barclay
Director - Global Standards Development

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