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Should cost be the deciding factor when selecting backhaul architecture?

Genesis Founder, President & CTO Stephen Cooke will speak at the 2014 Broadband World Forum taking place from the 21st to 23rd October in Amsterdam.


Stephen has been invited to join the Think Tank Debate: Should cost be the deciding factor when selecting backhaul architecture?


The panel will deliberate the cost implications to be considered when selecting backhaul architecture. The panelists will debate answers to questions such as:


• What are the best alternatives to fiber when it comes to improving existing backhaul networks?
• How can operators meet customer demands whilst maximizing ROI?
• Can operators delay investment in fiber without hindering performance?
• What is the true cost of small cell backhaul?


With more than 25 years telecom experience, Stephen’s specialties include innovation in optical networks and access infrastructure, as well as business models and customer solutions. Prior to founding Genesis Technical Systems in 2005 Stephen was Vice President of Telecom Services at National Technical Systems, the largest independent testing organization in the United States. This followed roles that included: Nortel Account Manager for Chatham Technologies, Transmission Engineering Manager at Nortel Networks, Senior Software Test Engineer at Fujitsu and System Design Authority at Bell Northern Research.


Stephen has a B.Eng., from McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada and is co-inventor on the DSL Rings patent, Shared DSL Network and Deployment Method.