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DataArt Launches Dedicated Telecom Practice
Telecom industry figure Michael Lazar (http://www.dataart.com/
“The network functions virtualization (NFV) software market is estimated to reach over $9 billion by 2019, signaling a major shift in the telecom sector focus from hardware to software, creating a major opportunity for DataArt,” said Eugene Goland, President of DataArt. “We are delighted that we have managed to attract the top talent in Michael to such an exciting area.”
With years of experience serving telecom clients, and a mature, professional team of developers and technology consultants dedicated to the telecom industry, the new practice will focus on creating solutions for virtualized infrastructures and converged networks, including virtualization security, application and service scalability, performance monitoring and big data analytics.
“The telecommunications industry is undergoing a revolution. As telecom providers are moving away from closed, proprietary systems and embracing open standards and open source software, they have to continue delivering high quality solutions with exceptional reliability, while virtualizing functions and services, reshaping their network architecture, and deploying innovative applications,”
NOTE: DataArt will be at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, on February 22-25, 2016, exhibiting with Canonical (a commercial sponsor of the Ubuntu project). DataArt will demonstrate the process of building a virtual conferencing application that can handle millions of subscribers, scale the infrastructure up and down, intelligently and automatically, in a matter of seconds. Canonical Cloud Pavilion, Hall 3, Booth #3J30.
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About Michael Lazar:
Michael Lazar joined DataArt in 2016 to lead the company's telecom practice, focusing on the most demanding areas of the marketplace - systems performance, Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Software Defined Networking (SDN) and telecoms security. He is a veteran of the telecommunications industry and for the past twenty years has held a range of C-level positions.
Prior to joining DataArt, Mr. Lazar was Chief Technology Officer of Veloxum/Ambicom Holdings where he was responsible for developing system optimization software, and before that CTO of Network Physics, where he led the design and development of Voice over IP (VoIP) and Financial Information exchange (FIX) monitoring software. Prior to the CTO role, Michael was VP of Customer Advocacy at Network Physics, in charge of worldwide pre-sales engineering, post sales support, and custom engineering. Prior to Network Physics, Michael held senior technical roles at Datatec Systems and Spirian Technologies, Inc.
Mr. Lazar holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics from New York’s Queens College and holds a patent for Systems and Methods of Tuning an Operating System, Application or Network Component.
DataArt ( www.dataart.com) is a technology consulting firm that creates end-to-end solutions, from concept and strategy, to design, implementation and support, helping clients achieve their business goals. Our clients’ business outcome is the true measure of our success and pushes us to find creative solutions to the most difficult problems. Rooted in deep domain knowledge and technology expertise, our offering includes new product design, enterprise system modernization, and managed services. Over the years, DataArt has built a scalable and resilient operation: proprietary R&D, strong financial position, solid infrastructure, and outstanding development teams in the US, UK, Central & Eastern Europe, and Latin America.
Our collective experience spans over a thousand projects for some of the world’s leading brands in the financial services, healthcare, travel & hospitality, media & IoT sectors. Among our long-terms clients are: McGraw-Hill Financial, Coller Capital, BankingUp, Ocado, Artnet, Betfair, Skyscanner, Collette Vacations, Booker and Charles River Laboratories.