Advanced Analytics 1 of 3: Cable and "Digital Twins"

    Monday, October 11, 2021: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM EDT

    Speaker(s)

    Speaker
    Brady Volpe
    CEO
    Volpe Firm and Nimble This
    Speaker
    Guy Meador
    Senior Solutions Architect
    Cox Communications, Inc.
    Moderator
    Yvette Kanouff
    Partner/CTO
    JC2 ventures

    Description

    NASA gets most of the credit for coining the term “digital twin” for its work to better simulate, on the ground, what’s happening up in space. These days, the concept makes so much sense – to make virtual representations of things, so they can “stand in” for physical objects or processes – that everybody’s doing it. Including us. This first of three workshops about operations and advanced analytics, moderated by Yvette Kanouff, will cover how machine learning is transforming operations, and where we are with digital twins. Brady Volpe kicks it off with a look at how Proactive Network Management (PNM) is reaping the benefits of machine learning, especially in terms of operational efficiencies. Next, Guy Meador, a Sr. Solutions Architect, will explain how network digital twins can digitally represent the cable plant by combining disparate data sources like telemetry, monitoring, inventory, provisioning, and analytics. He’ll also reveal how Cox is applying some aspects of digital twinning to its data center network.

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