Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
If you could design your factory to be everything you wanted it to be, which technologies would you include? What would your throughput look like? How would your safety protocols be reflected by these technologies? Now, here’s the big question - do you have the network in place to help bring your plans to life?
Many manufacturers see the technology that the industry is embracing but they wonder if they have the network infrastructure to carry the extra demands for bandwidth, speed and low-latency required by these technologies.
In this session, Eric Sineath, Senior Principal Architect at AT&T Business, will discuss how technologies like 5G, Private Cellular Network and Edge Computing can help transform your manufacturing operations, covering:
- Key trends that are driving the demand for enterprise cellular networks
- Digital transformation on the factory floor
- How to prepare for the factory of the future
Sr Principal Architect
Eric leads Emerging Services for the Digital, Mobility and IoT Strategy, - Consulting and Systems Integration practice at AT&T, serving clients with 5G, IoT and Edge Computing solutions
Eric is a visionary leader and trusted advisor to executive teams, having founded AT&T’s global voice, data, UC and IoT consulting practices which has delivered hundreds of consulting engagements around the world. Recognized as a strong communicator and influencer with the ability to drive organizations towards strategic vision, Eric combines deep functional knowledge and a collaborative approach to business challenges with steady focus and engaging personal style to deliver results in key performance areas. His expertise and experience provide him with the business and technical acumen to assist AT&T customers through complex transformational challenges.
Eric was promoted to a Senior Director-level position of Chief Architect in 2011. In this role, he works with key AT&T clients in the creation and alignment of their technology strategies with critical business imperatives. Eric has worked with clients in both Public and Private sectors, across all vertical markets and global regions. Eric’s work in Business and Information Technology, coupled with his advanced technical certifications and broad industry experience, make him one of AT&T’s most senior business and technology transformation advisors.
Eric holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology and a Master’s degree in Innovation Management and Technology Entrepreneurship from the University of Maryland. He is a frequent speaker at AT&T and various industry conferences and is based in Florida.