Seppo Borenius is Director of Engineering for the Management Systems Organization at Tellabs. In this role, Borenius is responsible for Tellabs' end-to-end network management strategy, R&D and business development for packet optical and mobile backhaul.
Prior to joining Tellabs, Borenius was Program Manager, Director for Quality & Business Development and Director for the Telecom Business Unit at Cap Gemini in Espoo, Finland. Before Cap Gemini, he built data network services, software and network infrastructure for Dextel Teledata AB (part of Marieberg group) in Stockholm. Prior to Dextel Teledata AB, Borenius was a software development and customer support engineer at Oy Softplan Ab (part of Nokia Information Systems) in Helsinki.
Borenius holds a Master of Science degree in computer science from the Helsinki University of Technology, Department of Technical Physics.
January 7, 2014 / 10:00 AM
Operators running networks today are faced with a multitude of new challenges. Most networks have evolved using a number of different technologies from SONET/SDH to Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) to Ethernet and IP/MPLS.
September 19, 2013 / 10:00 AM
As networks continue to evolve with new technologies, the real skill often lies in not deploying but in managing these fluid, complex networks.
With networks becoming more dynamic and packet-based, there’s a clear trend to converge network management into a system that provides visibility across the entire network—including new and legacy technologies.
August 21, 2012 / 9:41 AM
Network architecture is becoming flatter and networks start to organize themselves. However, some aspects of Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks further complicate network management.
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