Reza Rokui reviews the components of an end-to-end transport slice, discuss the steps involved with the creation and management of the lifecycle of a transport slice. Special attention will be given to explaining how a network slice and 5G QoS are orthogonal and independent of one another.
Reza Rokui is NSP Product Line Manager who is responsible for support of all 7×50 Services, Policy and OAM features in SAM. He is also responsible for SAM Evolved Packet Core (EPC) including WMM and Mobile Gateways (SGW and PGW). Before that he was one of the architects of ALU 5650 Control Plane Assurance Manager (CPAM) route analytics, which delivers real-time visualization, surveillance and troubleshooting for IP/MPLS networks and IGP, BGP, MPLS and L2/L3 services. He was also responsible for ALU 7701 Control Plane Assurance Appliance (CPAA) hardware, which is the control plane of 5650 route analytics. He also worked at Nortel Network and Prior Data Sciences (SPAR Aerospace) where he was responsible for International Space Station Robotic Work Station (RWS) software design. Reza holds a Ph.D. degree in Control and Robotics from Concordia University in Canada and a Master degree in Electrical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology. He possesses over 18 years of experience in telecommunication industry with track record in software engineering, research and development and product management with a diverse background.