BaseN CEO co-chairing IEEE CQR International Workshop

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The IEEE CQR International Workshop is held annually with the purpose of bringing together industry and academic experts to present and discuss communications quality, reliability and security issues. This year’s IEEE CQR will be held in Naples, Florida, and will span over 3 days, April 16 to April 18.

The focus of the 2019 Emerging Technology Reliability Round Table will be issues influencing and associated with 5G Wireless. Further, the content focus will be discussions of Network, Internet of Things and Virtualization. Three insightful keynote speeches will be delivered by Dr. Robert Kahn, CEO and President of the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI), Bill Poellmitz, President & CEO of ClearSky Technologies, Inc. and David H. Lu, Vice President – SDN Platform & Systems, AT&T Labs. Further, the program includes panel discussions and various social/professional networking events.

The output from the workshops adds to the community’s body of knowledge and serves to inform, help form opinions, and to assist in the development of best practices and relevant standards.

Pasi Hurri is an IEEE Senior Member and holds the Vice Chair position of the IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of Control System Society, Robotics and Automation Society and System, Man and Cybernetics Society (CSS/RAS/SMCS).

About BaseN

BaseN, the global Full Stack IoT Operator, provides an inherently scalable computing Platform for hosting billions of spimes, the core objects of the Internet of Things. Spime is the permanent logical brain and memory of any physical Thing. BaseN currently handles close to one million spime transactions per second, and enables the transformation from physical products to intelligent services in any industry. Since BaseN’s establishment in 2001, its powerful Platform has served telecom operators and large multinational enterprises with extreme-scale and fault-tolerant network and service management systems, and now enables them to roll out entirely new Internet of Things services


The IEEE CQR International Workshop is held annually with the purpose of bringing together industry and academic experts to present and discuss communications quality, reliability and security issues as they relate to real world issues.

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