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In November, 2011, Joe Weinman presented the Track Keynote, at HP Discover, Vienna, Austria.
In October, he supported the United Nations International Telecommunications Union 40th Anniversary ITU World '11 conference at Palexpo in Geneva.
At the Technical Symposium, he presented "Network Implications of Cloud Computing" in the
New Concepts for Future Networks track, moderated by Asok Chatterjee, VP, Industry Relations, Ericsson, with co-presenters
Antonio Manzalini of Telecom Italia, Kostas Pentikousis of Huawei Technologies, and Sunil Vadgama of Fujitsu Labs.
Also in October, he keynoted the Sonus Networks Connexions 2011 conference at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.
He also presented a keynote and participated in the keynote panel at ICIN 2011, From Bits to Data, From Pipes to Clouds in Berlin.
In September, 2011, Joe Weinman delivered the Industry Guest Speaker Presentation at The Tier 1 / 451 Group Hosting and Cloud Transformation Summit, at the Bellagio Hotel, in Las Vegas.
He also presented at the IIR Telecom Cloud Services Asia 2011 公式サイト | アジェンダ Summit at The Excelsior Hotel in Hong Kong.
At the same event, he was on a panel moderated by Rob Strickland, former CIO of T-Mobile, together with Dr. Arun Kumar, AT&T, Alan Strauss, VP and CIO/CTO Nextel International, and Bob Azzi, SVP, Sprint-Nextel. Photos at Flickr
In June, 2011, Mr. Weinman returned as MC for the leading cloud and infrastructure event, Giga Omni Media's Structure 2011, in San Francisco, and participated in a dialogue with Cisco Cloud VP and CTO Lew Tucker. Videos at Livestream Photos at Flickr
Also in June he presented the Opening Keynote on Cloud Computing, "The Future of Cloud Computing," at the inaugural IEEE Technology Time Machine Symposium, at the Sheraton Hong Kong, Kowloon.
Here with Dr. Rico Malvar, Chief Scientist, Microsoft Research.
He also presented and participated in the IEEE Cloud Computing Symposium 2011," held at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. IEEE Leadership and HK Poly Professors (Top Row) Symposium Speakers and Panelists (Bottom Row) (L-R): Jiannong Cao, Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic, Joe Weinman, Dr. Michael Lightner, Past President, IEEE and Prof. of Computer Science, University of Colorado, Boulder; Dawn Leaf, Senior Executive for Cloud Computing, U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology; Winston Bumpus, Director of Standards Architecture, VMware, and President, DMTF; Dr. Tomonori Aoyama, Chair, Global Inter Cloud Technology Forum (GICTF); and Steve Diamond, Chair, IEEE Cloud Computing Initiative.
Also in June, he spoke on "Cloudonomics and Hybrid Delivery," and delivered the Communications, Media and Entertainment Keynote, at HP Discover, Las Vegas at the Venetian/Palazzo.
In May, 2011, Mr. Weinman presented Cloud Provider Business Models for Telcos, at TM Forum Management World, in Dublin.
Also in May, he emceed and presented "Creating Independent Top-Line Revenue Growth Strategies by Leveraging Cloud Services" for telecom operators at the IIR Telecom Cloud Services Summit, in Berlin
at the Scandic Potsdamer Platz.
Also in May he presented "An Update on Cloud Economics," at the Interop 2011 Enterprise Cloud Summit, in Las Vegas
at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
Here on stage with Brian Butte, PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
Also in May he was a panelist addressing "The Need for Speed: Can Mobile Infrastructure
Keep Up with Demand?," moderated by Lucy Hood, Executive Director of the USC Institute for Communication Technology Management, at the Milken Institute Global Conference 2011, at the Beverly Hills Hilton.
In April he keynoted the HP Cloud Roadshow in several U.S. cities. In March he was the Track Chair, Cloud Economics, and presenter, "Cloud Economics: Private, Public, or Hybrid," Cloud Connect 2011, "Accelerate Your Cloud Strategy," Santa Clara, at the Hyatt. Track speakers and panelists included Will Forrest of McKinsey & Co., Rolf Harms of Microsoft, James Staten of Forrester, Randy Bias of Cloudscaling, and Ravi Rajagopal of Computer Associates.
In March, he participated in the HP Industry Analyst Summit in San Francisco, as well as a private function at Highclere Castle near London, home of the TV series Downton Abbey. Here with Mr. Li and Lord and Lady Carnarvon:
In February, Joe Weinman presented "Mining the Silver Lining of the Cloud," Mobile World Congress Mobile Cloud Forum,, at the FIRA, in Barcelona.
Also in February, he participated in the Alcatel-Lucent lightRadio announcement and press conference, at the National Geographic Store in London, with Lord Stephen Carter, Alcatel-Lucent Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer, Lisa Su, SVP, Freescale, and Wim Weldens, President, Alcatel-Lucent Wireless.
St. Pauls at night:
And in January, he participated in the opening Keynote Session, "Carrier Transformation", with Ihab Tarazi, VP, Network Architecture and Planning, Verizon, and Peter Kim, Pacific Telecommunications Council, "Connecting Life 24/7," at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Honolulu.
He also was a panelist for "Cloudy and Green Data Centers for Telcos," moderated by Antonio Piraino, Principal Analyst, Tier1 Research, with Daniel Sjoberg, VP, Level 3 Communications, Rich Stamm, InvestSweden, and Pitt Turner, The Uptime Institute.
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