We are pleased to invite you to meet with Dell Technologies at Mobile World Congress 2017
Dell Technologies is a collective force of innovative capabilities trusted all over the world to provide technology solutions and services that accelerate digital transformation.
Don’t miss Dell EMC unveiling our vision of how we can help you transform your organization. We are focused on, and leading, in the fastest growing areas of the industry: digital transformation, a software-defined modern data center, cloud, IoT, real time analytics and modern mobility.
Visit our booth to explore the solution demos and hear the latest news in our theatre sessions. Your ideas and challenges are important to us. We want to hear - and act upon them. Your opportunities are as important to us, as they are to you.
Please join the conversation on the Dell Technologies booth for a customized engagement that addresses your unique business and challenges.
We look forward to meeting with you in Barcelona!
Primary themes: Let the transformation begin
- Infrastructure Modernization
- Analytics & Service Assurance
Special session highlights
(For full Dell Technologies and VMware theatre schedule please click here.)
1. Dell EMC OEM Solutions: Helping the world’s most successful enterprises take their Intellectual Property to market
Time: Monday, 11:30 – 12:00
Dell EMC OEM Solutions is a consulting firm on the front end of a global manufacturing, logistics and support system that customers leverage to bring their intellectual property to market. We can help you select the right compute power for your solution, modifying the appropriate Dell EMC system to optimally run your IP, certify it to your industry standards or regulatory requirements, and deliver it to your customer backed by Dell EMC’s customized global support options. Dell EMC OEM Solutions was created out of a direct customer request. Customer requests are what drive our business and guide our capabilities and resource investments. Join this session on booth to learn more about our ecosystem of partners and collaborators.
- Joyce Mullen, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Global OEM & IoT Solutions, Dell EMC
Joyce is a strong and passionate leader who is committed to helping customers solve the world’s most vexing problems - from improving cancer treatments to launching satellites - faster and more efficiently. Joyce leads a worldwide team that delivers best-in-class technology, a world-class supply chain, global support capabilities and vertical expertise to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and Internet of Things (IoT) customers and partners, allowing them to focus on their intellectual property and grow their business. Joyce has been a Dell executive for over 17 years, leading teams in operations, supply chain, partner strategy, services delivery and logistics. Prior to joining Dell, Joyce held various positions at Cummins Engine Company including plant manager and head of distribution in Europe for a Cummins division. She earned a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Brown University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Throughout Joyce’s career, she has been very active serving on community boards. She has chaired or co-chaired the Austin chapter of the March of Dimes, Women in Search of Excellent (WISE) board, Forte Foundation, and the Brown School of Engineering Corporate Affiliates board. She is currently on the Brown School of Engineering Corporate Affiliates board and Forbes Executive Women’s Board, and is vice chair of the Capital Area Food Bank.
2. Nokia and Dell Technologies bring IoT to life across the Edge to Core to Cloud
Time: Monday, 16:00 – 16:30
Dell Technologies brings the industry’s broadest IoT Infrastructure Portfolio to bear alongside our rich partner ecosystem to solve specific customer problems in IoT. Hear Dell and Nokia discuss how joint offers and validated blueprints can accelerate time to value for IoT. The presentation will cover cold chain fleet management, connected transportation fleets and other use cases.
- Jason Collins Vice President of Internet of Things Market Development at Nokia
Jason's responsibility includes driving innovation by developing ecosystems and executing via agile prototyping of technology, service concepts, and business models. Jason pioneered the development of several working partner innovation centers and business incubators. Jason’s career began in communications research at Georgia Institute of Technology and includes over 15 years of experience in telecom service providers from large traditional telecoms to startups where he headed up product management for innovative network and cloud applications services.
- Brent Hodges Global IoT Strategist and Solution specialist for Dell EMC
Brent has over twenty years of experience in strategy, commercial operations, marketing, business development and production management across specialty plastics, wireless semiconductors, technology standards and smart grid. Brent has worked for companies from the Fortune 500 to start-ups and since 2001 has been working to connect ‘things’ (not people) to networks and IT systems. Prior to Dell, Brent was Chief Commercial Officer for Innovari, a smart grid start up. Before Innovari, Brent was at Tendril Networks where he was SVP and GM opening business operations for an energy service provider in Melbourne, Australia. Prior to Tendril, Brent was at NRG Energy and Reliant Energy where he led strategy and development for Smart Grid Service offerings. Before getting into the electric industry, Brent directed Marketing and Strategy at the ZigBee Alliance.
Brent has been a frequent speaker at industry events and conferences as an advocate for new technologies and business models. He currently serves as Treasurer of the OpenFog Consortium and previously served on the Governing Board of the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP), the Board of Directors for the North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) and the ZigBee Alliance.
3. Enabling Digital Transformation with Unstructured Data Storage
Time: Tuesday, 16:30 – 17:00; Wednesday, 13:00 – 13:30
The success of public clouds (AWS or Azure) has set a new bar for IT. Customers have come to expect on-demand IT including storage with public cloud-like economics, scale and flexibility. Inability to meet these demands can have dire consequences for any IT team or Service Provider. Come to this session to find out how unstructured data storage can help reduce the burden on your application developers and IT teams, and how customers in varies industries are using unstructured data storage for cloud-native apps, archives, IoT and more.
- Christian Arangio CTO for ECS, Dell EMC
Chris is the Field CTO for ECS. Chris has been with EMC since 2008. At EMC, Chris has worked in various Product Management, Business Development and Technology Strategy positions across EMC’s object storage and software defined storage product lines. Chris has more than 25 years of experience in the industry. Before coming to EMC, worked on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence solutions. He also spent nearly a decade at Morgan Stanley, where he was responsible for the firm’s enterprise application infrastructure development.
4. Intel: Next Gen Network Function Virtualization
Timing: Tuesday, 11:30 – 12:00
To meet the dynamic demands of 5G, network operators need flexible intelligent communications infrastructure. With the ability to consolidate network functions and replace multiple specialized devices with versatile technology based on open standards, Intel-based servers are ideal for this use.
- Brian Aherne, Director Core & Edge Infrastructure, General Manager Intel Shannon.
Brian is Director of Intel Core & Edge Infrastructure and General Manager Intel Shannon, Ireland. Brian has over 20 years of experience in the Networking and Telecommunications Industry in various technical and marketing roles. Brian holds a BSc Applied Computing from Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland.
5. Opening the Way for Open Source
Time: Wednesday, 16:00 – 16:30
More and more organization are implementing Open Source solutions, rather than selecting a pre-engineered solution from a provider with proprietary components. This session will review what’s driving the push towards Open Source, best practices for selecting and implementing an Open Source environment, and detail how Dell EMC engaged with a major communications company to deliver an Open Source project.
- Laddie Suk, Director, Global Communications, Media and Entertainment Industry, DELL EMC Global Services
Laddie is a frequent speaker at industry conferences. He has a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
Mobile World Congress Tours
Mobile World Congress now features tours to enhance your attendee experience and build value for attendees, geared to your specific needs. These tours will be led by subject-matter experts on core industry topics with around 20 people on each tour. Mobile World Congress now features tours to enhance your attendee experience and build value for attendees, geared to your specific needs.
Dell EMC will participate the 5G & NFV and the IoT Connected World Tour:
IoT Connected World Tour:
We live in an ever increasing connected world. Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine-machine (M2M), robotics and connected cars are just a few technologies that work in concert to connect our lives and increase productivity. We will take you on a focused experience to interact with some of the leading companies in the Internet of Things space. We will cover the full spectrum from infrastructure to consumer endpoints, so you can explore how IoT fits into your business.
5G & NFV Tour:
You will be guided on an interactive tour on how virtualised networks and next-generation wireless applications come together. Gain insight into the technologies paving the way towards 5G from key leaders across the new and open ecosystem. Learn the status and impact of SDN and NFV, the initial use cases on the journey towards virtual realisation, as well as the technology requirements currently in consideration for next generation networks.
Learn more about this great opportunity to maximize your experience here.
Registration for Mobile World Congress is required before indicating your interest to attend a tour and a small fee is required: €50 before the event and €60 onsite.
Visit Dell Technologies in Hall 3, Pavilion 3K10, to learn about our innovative suite of products, solutions and services designed for an increasingly connected and mobile world.
Extreme Scale Infrastructure
Modular Data Centers (incl. micro MDCs)
Rack-scale infrastructure solutions (DSS 9000)
Trust & Compliance
Dell Financial Services
Virtual & Physical Monitoring
Solutions with OEM partners, including Sandvine, CASA, ATEME, Comba Telecom
Customizations, including rebranded and white-labeled server bezels
Big Data as a Service
Flexible Commercial Models
Download hot off the press reports from Dell Technologies
ACG TCO Study:
Substantial economic benefits of NFV Transformation: Openness, New Network Economics & Service Agility
ACG recently completed a Total Cost of Ownership study of a prominent Tier 1 operator who carried out a broad transition to NFV using open, modular, best of breed design and software driven processes at many layers of operation. At the onset of the NFV transformation, Telcos/CSPs and equipment vendors across the supply and value chain have actively participated in the various stages of the NFV transformation journey. From early standardization efforts and framework definitions, to the numerous POCs and early trials, they have now traveled to production trials and deployments. Dell EMC’s technology portfolio, our best practices and extensive experience in building hyperscale data center and cloud solutions has provided the CSP with sound infrastructure economics, service agility and access to a rich ecosystem of validated vendors and partners. In that light, ACG has published one of the very first studies that quantifies the benefits and positive impact of one of the largest Telco infrastructure modernization project in the world. This 2017 report highlights the quantified, material gains in terms of network economics, service composition and innovation abilities, as well as openness to large ecosystems of vendors and services.
Measured, material gains are compelling. Achieving tangible NFV modernization gains:
• Up to 3X service agility at 65% less cost
• Up to 53% lower capex and 47% lower TCO
• Up to 43% lower cost of operation
Digital Transformation and the Modern Service Provider
The profound effect of digital transformation is being felt by the modern service provider. It is equally exciting and fraught with uncertainty. 4000 business leaders across 16 countries have talked about grappling with it across their IT, workforce and security operations. For all of us, information and preparation is the key. Read about how you can be addressing this transformation across your service provider business, technology and operations.