This months invited Guest Speaker will be Mr. George Muthalaly who will be speaking on Emerging 5G Technology and Edge Computing. The rise of 5G coincides with the explosion of connected devices and systems associated with the Internet of Things (IoT). In addition to more processing power, 5G promises speeds 10 times faster than those of 4G, meaning a sensor detecting a significant pressure change in an oil field can report back to refinery instantly and eliminate the risk of costly downtime. In addition to more processing power, 5G promises speeds 10 times faster than those of 4G, meaning a sensor detecting a significant pressure change in an oil field can report back to refinery instantly and eliminate the risk of costly downtime.
Come hear one of the leading expertise in this field building and sharing his knowledge of Emerging 5G Technologies and Edge Computing.
George Muthalaly is Chief Architect and Sr. Director, Strategy & Innovation within Energy Solutions, AT&T Business. He is responsible for matching the AT&T Clients business roadmap with AT&T Technical vision by identifying opportunities, providing solutions and solving business challenges. As ‘Trusted Advisor and Innovation Lead’ for the customer, Mr. Muthalaly embodies AT&T’s rich tradition of innovation, technology leadership, and operational best practices. He leverages his twenty-nine years of international and domestic success in partnering technology with business goals to optimize performance and increase stakeholder value.
IEEE HOU Sec. has been in existence for more than 90 years serving the greater metro Houston Area. We serves more than 4,000 higher grade members and over 300 student members living and working throughout the greater Metro Houston area. The Houston Section is one of 26 sections in Region 5 with 15 Society Chapters and Affinity Groups and 5 Student Branch Chapters. The Section provides planning and funding support to assure Chapters have vibrant programs to support members’ careers and meet the IEEE mission of Advancing Technology for Humanity.
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