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VoltDB Webinar: What to look for (and avoid) in data solutions for latency-dependent applications
As it is widely recognized at this point, 5G is meant for enterprises more than consumers. Ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) opens up many new use cases.

But, to truly monetize these 5G investments, today and in the future, it is absolutely necessary to have data platforms that facilitate ultra-reliable low-latency decisioning (URLLD).

In this webinar, we will explain what is required to realize real-time low-latency decision intelligence and what you should look for (and avoid) in solutions built to address the following low latency applications:

-Convergent charging
-Policy control
-Real-time mediation
-Customer value/experience management
-Revenue assurance/fraud prevention

Cat Sbgelia, Technology Editor, RCR Wireless News
Dheeraj Remella, Chief Product Officer, VoltDB
Andy Porter, Senior Product Manager, Digital Business Unit, Nokia

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Jun 23, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dheeraj Remella
Chief Product Officer @VoltDB
Dheeraj Remella is the Chief Product Officer at VoltDB responsible for technical OEM partnerships and enabling customers to take their next step in data driven decision making. Dheeraj has been instrumental in each of our significant customer acquisitions. He brings 22 years of experience in creating Enterprise solutions in a variety of industries. Dheeraj is a strong believer in cross pollination of ideas and innovation between industries and technologies. Dheeraj holds a bachelors degree in computer engineering from Madras University.
Andy Porter
Senior Product Manager, Digital Business Unit @Nokia
Andy Porter is a Senior Product Manager in the Digital Business Unit at Nokia, with responsibility for the Nokia Converged Charging product. Andy has a particular responsibility and focus on the delivery of converged charging solutions for 5G networks, and works closely with customers, standards and R+D teams to deliver solutions to current and future problems in this domain. Andy has 25 years experience in the telecommunications and charging sector. Andy holds an MBA from the University of Bath, and a Bachelors Degree in Computing from Loughborough University.