The wide adoption of IP and Ethernet technology has enabled network consolidation on an unprecedented scale, making it possible to put every device from lighting to printers on the same network. This allows for cost savings, but how much is too much? What penalties and risks accompany the savings of Information Technology and Operational Technology network consolidation? What can be done to mitigate them? Join us for a webinar in which Erik Haberger, Director of Sales at Optigo, considers these questions and the key factors that affect decision-making in this important aspect of connecting your smart building.
Erik Haberger is a systems engineer specializing in IP networking. In the last 15 years, Haberger has worked all over the world with top-tier IP innovators including Nortel Networks, Polycom, Redback Networks, Motorola, and most recently a 5-year assignment in Tokyo with Ericsson. His IP knowledge comes from a cross-functional career that started with coding an embedded IP protocol stack and progressed through development, product management, and sales. He is now the Director of Sales at Optigo Networks. Haberger has deployed IP networking solutions for the most advanced carrier networks in over 40 countries, including IPv6 solutions for NTT’s next-gen FTTH optical network. Erik has been actively involved in consulting with professionals in many areas of smart building development and management from Engineering to leasing. He will share some insights in a cross-functional look at overall cost reduction.