Transformation towards agile tools and methods is extremely valuable when successful. However, all too often, they are just a change of names of what we do that are added as a façade; but underneath there are no real changes, and in turn, there is little business value associated with such programs. VIDSCOLA Agile programs focus typically on successful scenarios (based on our work across different markets over the years), we are concerned mainly with the main aspects that are needed for success (culture, process, and technical). Finally, we work with teams to learn practices, not processes (ex. story map, or limiting WIP, instead of Kanban or SAFe) because they are targeted to their situation and the smaller step you'll take, the more quickly you'll see results and the more tailored your end state.
This section courses give a very detailed knowledge about access networks technologies, following a diverse curriculum that tackles the whole technology evolution, starting from the very basic topics targeting beginners and non-engineers who are seeking to get more acquainted with various technology prospects, ending with the most sophisticated technical topics targeting technical experts, and telecom network consultants, who need to be exposed to the most advanced technologies, and global markets best practices.
This section courses give a great focus on fixed and transmission networks, and their evolution over time to support the development of access technologies that are exponentially expanding over time to serve the continuous demand which is growing immensely year over year. Throughout this section, participants will be exposed to cutting edge technologies, and protocols which are used in the most modern networks, and the various techniques used to modernize legacy ones to increase network scalability, and readiness for future developments.
This section courses cover all theoretical and practical aspects of modern IP networks in telecom operators, in terms of emerging network protocols and deployments, security considerations, network management, voice and data evolution over IP…etc. In addition to different core network deployment strategies and capacity dimensioning; taking into consideration many essential factors like the increasing demand, and the abrupt development of access technologies.