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Company: NTT Communications
Job Title: VP Global Products
Len has over 20 years of experience in IT areas ranging from scientific super-computing, managed hosting, cloud computing, IP networking (DC, LAN & WAN), financial systems programing, administration of large server and content delivery networks, PCI-DSS certification, management of international operations teams, product engineering and technical strategy.
Len originally joined NTT in 2000 as European Director of Customer Operations. In 2006 he moved to the role of Senior Director of Technology, running Data Centre systems operations as well as product engineering. More recently, as Vice President of Global Products Len has been playing a key role in the development and promotion of NTT within the European market. Having spent part of the last few years presenting at events and conferences, both European and globally, Len represents NTT with industry analysts and journalists, advising of strategic developments within the NTT Group.
Growing up in California, Len has been around computing for most of his life. Even his university years, studying Atmospheric Physics, were dominated by scientific computing and the early days of the Internet. And when he’s not thinking about computing and networking, Len enjoys motorcycle racing and has been a licensed racer since 1990.
Len Padilla Seminars
A connected city is a safe city Thu 4th Oct 11:00 - 11:30
A connected city is a safe city
Smart cities are more than a trend—they're the wave of the future because the world is becoming more urban, with 60% of the population expected to live in cities by 2050. This trend comes with new social and economic challenges. Balancing citizen expectations with shrinking budgets is a primary concern and a common theme.
In this presentation we take a look at how technology can aid in the interoperability of public services to better serve and protect the people.
Time / Place
Thu 4th Oct 11:00 to 11:30