The official podcast of CBRE's Network Advisory Services team. Hear from partners and industry experts from around the telecom space, spanning from private optical networks to data centers and cloud providers - and everyone who enables solutions for enterprise organizations, discuss new opportunities that are evolving across the IT landscape.
Telecom Audit Services
An audit can potentially save 10-20% on annual telecom spend. Learn how:
What is a Telecom Audit? It’s a historical look back at all company telecom expenses that can help you recover costs on money paid out and ensure that current rates are optimized. CBRE Network Advisory Services leader Michael Murphy joins host Brian Fonfara to break down the details of a telecom audit: what is it, how much does it cost in time and money and how much can you expect to save?
CBRE’s Acquisition of NEF: An Inside View
Guests Michael Murphy, CBRE Network Advisory Services Leader and Founder, and Pat Lynch, Senior Managing Director for CBRE Data Center Solutions, sit down with host Brian Fonfara to discuss details that led to the January 2020 acquisition, including market conditions that made the deal attractive to both parties, background on NEF and what’s next for Network Advisory Services.
Development of the Internet
Marty Hannigan joins to talk about the origins of the Internet. the developments that led to where the Internet is today, and how the Internet of things and 5G Networks will shape the future of the Internet.
NEF Discusses Plan, Design, Procure
NEF Vice President of Sales, John Pomposello joins to discuss NEF's network planning, design and procurement process. John provides examples of what NEF has been able to do for clients using this process and how it has proven to save companies time and money on their IT infrastructure, while bolstering network performance.
NEF and Connected Communities Consulting Discuss Smart Cities
Bill Maguire joins NEF to discuss the benefits of integrating smart technologies throughout a city to create a smart, connected community. Smart technologies are often used as solutions to a specific problem, but the vision for connected communities extends far beyond solving any singular issue.
In this podcast, Bill goes on to highlight some of the obstacles associated with deploying a smart city network, how several cities across the United States have overcome those obstacles, and what becoming a connected community has meant for these cities. Listen to the full interview here.
NEF & RapidScale Discuss Cloud Computing
Duane Barnes joins NEF to discuss cloud-based services and factors that impact the performance of your cloud. He addresses some of the challenges you may encounter using cloud services, and what you need to know before considering a move to an SD-WAN or a software-defined network.
Latency issues will often arise when using a cloud app. Duane delivers some insight on how to address latency issues within your network, and how to choose the right primary access method to ensure latency is as low as possible. Listen to the full interview here.