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Service providers are responsible for designing and managing among the most complex systems known to man. Mobile networks are a good example of the kind of complexity that exists at scale today, while the cloud represents a new paradigm for computing that is arguably still in its infancy. This talk will provide an overview of current research projects in network management, cloud orchestration and cloud security at AT&T Labs.
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Charles R. Kalmanek is Vice President-Research, AT&T Services, Inc. He is responsible for research in AT&T on algorithms, communications technologies, large-scale networks, speech and language understanding, machine learning, multimedia technologies, human-computer interfaces, mobile applications, converged services, and software and information systems.
Chuck joined AT&T Bell Laboratories in 1980. He has extensive experience in network architecture, protocols and distributed systems. His research spans IP network management, access network architectures, wireless networks, voice over IP (VoIP), multimedia streaming, content distribution networks and storage networks, as well as packet-switch and host-interface design.
Chuck received a B.S. degree from Cornell University in Applied and Engineering Physics and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Columbia University and New York University, respectively. He is a recipient of AT&T’s Strategic Patent and Strategic Standards awards. Chuck is an IEEE Fellow, and co-edited Guide to Reliable Internet Services and Applications, published by Springer in 2010.