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Peter Kuciak

Peter Kuciak is Global Vice President Applications and Solutions for Dialogic, responsible for leading the company’s Application and Solutions Practice for Service Providers and Enterprises. His extensive business experience spans leadership positions in product innovation and strategy, new product introduction and management, project management and delivery, engineering, marketing, business and partner development. Peter holds a considerable technical expertise in software architecture, consumer, service provider, enterprise and business solutions, with strong focus on mobility.
 

Recent Posts

Can Communications Service Providers Turn Dumb-Pipes to Differentiated Services? (Part 2) – Wild Wild West of Internet of Things

by Peter Kuciak

May 31, 2017 9:51:53 AM

This is part 2 of the blog series "Can Communications Service Providers Turn Dumb-Pipes to Differentiated Services?" Read part 1 here

Ok so let’s start this blog with a definition.  The Internet of Things is “the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data.” Based on that simple definition, I’m starting to understand the absolute “chaos” the market is experiencing from IoT devices flooding the shelves at BestBuy and other retailers. And I have a feeling we are just starting to accelerate in this area.

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Topics: WebRTC, NFV/SDN & Cloud, Internet of Things, Communications Application Development

The Intersection of Real-time Voice and AI - Can Service Providers Turn Dumb Pipes Into Differentiated Services?

by Peter Kuciak

Apr 28, 2017 9:47:27 AM


Ah, the pain of being called “boring,”, “not innovative,” “commodity,” or “dumb pipe,” and recently being spanked
 by the CRTC
(Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission – the equivalent of the FCC in US) for trying to offer a “free data” ride to certain OTT services to differentiate and attract users.  Can we say the service providers are struggling?  Yup! It has been tough and not a lot of fun.

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Topics: WebRTC, NFV/SDN & Cloud, Internet of Things, Communications Application Development