Communications Cloud Services for the NOW Economy.
Communications is a strategic enabler of competitive advantage in virtually every market in the world, driving growth in total industry spend. But revenues are shifting to the NOW Economy players, the digital lifestyle and app-savvy enterprises who are disrupting entire industries at record speed. Communications is central to everything they do, as it fuels their cloud-based, intuitive, and analytically informed capabilities.
In the race to capitalize on the burgeoning, digitally driven NOW Economy, virtually all businesses need to transform their operations to rapidly create, deliver, and modify new services, all of which must be communications-enabled, software-driven, and available in the cloud.
To achieve true "web scale" operations with "web cost" margins, CTOs and IT executives must reach beyond simple cloud hosting. They will focus on a cloud-native future in which software is developed in a microservices environment and delivered on a bare metal platform across a resource pool of hybrid, multicloud, and public cloud settings.
The Oracle Industry Connect Communications program highlights how Oracle Communications is transforming its entire portfolio to be cloud-native and available as a service.
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As senior vice president and general manager of Oracle Communications, Doug Suriano is responsible for managing strategic planning, product development, sales, service, and support for Oracle Communications products.
Following the Tekelec acquisition, Suriano joined Oracle in 2013 as vice president of products for Oracle Communications. In this role, Suriano oversaw product development and product management for the network signaling and policy management product portfolio. At Tekelec, he served as chief technology officer and vice president of engineering. In these capacities he focused on developing Tekelec's solutions for the mobile broadband era.
During his ten-year tenure at Tekelec, Suriano was responsible for product innovation, leadership in standards bodies and industry forums, and advocacy for innovative mobile data solutions. He successfully led initiatives to transition Tekelec from hardware-centric products to software-centric applications and to expand the market share of the company's data and voice solutions. Suriano also headed the development of Tekelec's Diameter Signaling Router (DSR), the first product of its kind sold to LTE network operators.
Prior to Tekelec, Suriano was the vice president of engineering at DynamicSoft, Inc. and chief information officer for QAD Inc. Before QAD, he managed the information technology division for the United States Marine Corps.
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