"Multimedia Networks: Strategic Outlook"
Ms. B. Callaghan
Assistant V-P, NORTEL Multimedia Networks Division
Kenote Speaker at the CORS'97 Conference, Ottawa, May 28, 1997
With the introduction of multimedia technology and bussiness forces like
globalization and deregulation, our world is changing. These trends have
spurred new applications of multimedia technology, resulting in a shift
from voice centric services to data and multimedia networking. This
presentation explores the trends driving multimedia growth, provides a
view on challenges telecommunications organizations and enterprises are
facing in offering multimedia services, and conveys Nortel's strategy to
provide its customers with multimedia networking solutions utilizing ATM
Barbara Callaghan is responsible for Nortel's Global Business
Operations. Her scope includes Global Marketing, Network Engineering,
Global Customer Support as well as ownership for the Network Management
Business Unit within Nortel. Barbara graduated from Queen's University
with Honours Bachelor of Commerce. She joined Nortel in 1981, where she
held numerous executive positions including Director Finance, Director
Marketing and AVP Manufacturing. Barbara is currently on the Board of
Directors of OCRINET and is on the advisory council for technology
readership development at Nortel. She is a long term resident of Ottawa
and is committed to the further establishment of Ottawa as the high
technology center of Canada.
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