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Heitor Faroni cuenta con más de 20 años de experiencia en la industria de las telecomunicaciones, en los mercados empresarial y de operadores. En su puesto actual en Alcatel-Lucent, Heitor es responsable del marketing de soluciones en el negocio de Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Network.

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Prior to this he was responsible for the creation of the Enterprise NA Bids & Proposal team.
Previous to Alcatel-Lucent, Heitor held the positions of Director of Strategic Initiatives and Vice President of Products Sales at Verso Technologies doing business development and defining go-to market strategy for GSM backhaul solutions.

Heitor also worked for high-tech start-ups including Clarent Corporation and ACT Networks were he held the position of Director of Sales Engineering for Latin America providing solutions such as softswitches, application servers, VoIP gateways, routers, multimedia convergence over WAN protocols and satellite communications.
During his career he has done extensive software R&D providing a great combination of technical background and strong business acumen. Heitor holds a BS in Computer Science from the Brazilian University of Campinas (UNICAMP).

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26-feb.-2020
blog-pageheader-1200x299 Las redes inteligentes allanan el camino para la adopción de IoT

La exageración que rodea el potencial de IoT no muestra signos de disminuir y ahora se está transformando de ser un concepto inteligente a convertirse en realidad. El banco de inversión Goldman Sachs cita a IoT como una oportunidad de $7tn para 2020.

21-ene.-2020
blog-pageheader-1200x299 Did your cybersecurity leave by a backdoor?

Did your cybersecurity leave by a backdoor?

26-abr.-2018
hospitality-pageheader-1200x299 Prepare your hotel's network for the mobile invasion

65% of guests use hotel Wi-Fi within 7 minutes of arriving. So how can hotels make their first experience an excellent one?

24-abr.-2018
hospitality-pageheader-d2-1200x299 The roadmap to a mobile hotel

How can you put mobility at the center of hotel operations? It starts with adopting a 'mobile-first' culture: here's how

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