Distinguished Global Solution Planner
Working as a key contributor to Fujitsu’s network solutions strategy, architecture and portfolio, Muhammad Sarwar applies his extensive expertise in multiple areas. These include future product and roadmap planning; product and partnership management; idea and product incubation; and innovation in digital transformation. His particular areas of interest include data center networking; network management, abstraction, and security; automation and analytics; SDN/NFV; and emerging technologies in areas such as augmented reality, autonomous/connected vehicles, and blockchain.
The ever-expanding demands of data center interconnect were never going to be easy to address. Data center operators facing constant pressure for better cost metrics in terms of bandwidth and rack space density know that when the chips are down, it’s all about economics of scale—or more accurately, scalability. With the new 1FINITY T600 optical
Autonomous vehicles (let’s call them AVs) and Autonomous Networks (ANs) are road-mates; they’ve essentially traveled the same route in the quest for full automation. They share the overarching Holy Grail objective of zero-touch operation, undisturbed by human hand as they go about the full range of their respective operations. The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)