Arash Ashouriha

SVP Group Technology Innovation, Deutsche Telekom

In his role at Deutsche Telekom Arash Ashouriha is in charge of the strategic development and architectural evolution of the technology domains including OSS alongside technology Innovation management, patent management and standardisation. In addition, he oversees strategic technology innovation projects.

Prior to joining Deutsche Telekom, Arash was with Vodafone Group for 15 years, where he held multiple Senior Management international roles both in Technology and IT, most recently Chief Network Officer for Germany & Central Europe (2011-2016) and Head of Global Applications (2009-2011).

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Johan Wibergh

Johan Wibergh

Johan Wibergh joined Vodafone and the Executive Committee in May 2015 as Group Chief Technology Officer and CIO. He is responsible for all aspects of Network and IT in Vodafone including strategy, architecture, vendor executive management, delivery, operation and performance, technology security including Cyber Security, product development, all IT systems including digital interactions with customers. Vodafone operates in 25 countries and has more than 500 million customers in mobile and fixed, fixed broadband passing 130 million households and over 22 million TV customers.

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Ritchie Peng

Ritchie (Honghua) Peng

Mr. Peng is Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for Huawei’s Wireless Network Solution. Mr. Peng leads Product Line Management & Marketing, including product planning, marketing strategy, marketing programs, brand building and demand generation across Huawei’s portfolio of wireless network products and solutions.

Mr. Peng joined Huawei Technologies Co. ,Ltd. in 2000, and has held several senior leadership positions including Director of Mobile Innovation Center (MIC) for the Wireless Network Product Line Management Department in Europe, President of UMTS domain, and President of (DIS) Digital Indoor System domain.

Mr. Peng has more than 18 years of experience in wireless R&D, product planning and management, he has in depth understanding of wireless market, technology evolution and solution requirements.

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Seizo Onoe

Seizo Onoe

Seizo Onoe became Chief Technology Architect of NTT DOCOMO in June 2017 after his 5 years tenure as Chief Technology Officer, while retaining the position of President of DOCOMO Technology since June 2015. Prior to his current position, he was Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President and a Member of the Board of Directors of NTT DOCOMO from June 2012. Mr. Onoe became a Senior Vice President and Managing Director of the R&D Strategy Department in June 2008. He was a Vice President and took the position of Managing Director of departments in charge of Radio Access Network development from July 2002 to June 2008. He has been responsible for leading initiatives in the research and development of the analog cellular system (1G), the digital cellular system (2G), W-CDMA/ HSPA (3G), LTE, LTE-Advanced (4G) and 5G. He has been working on the research and development of radio access networks, core networks, consumer devices and services. He has worked for NTT and NTT DOCOMO since 1982, acquiring more than 30 years of experience. Mr. Onoe has a master’s degree in electronics from the Kyoto University Graduate School of Engineering.

 

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Yogesh Malik

Yogesh Malik

Since joining VEON as its Group Chief Technology Officer in March 2014, Yogesh Malik has led a remarkable transformation of the company’s approach to technology, from successfully digitising the core of its operations in key markets to preparing VEON’s networks to embrace a 5G world. His early efforts were recognised with a ‘CTO of the Year’ award in 2017 by Mobile Europe.

Prior to joining VEON, Yogesh was CEO of Telenor India (Uninor) following a number of senior technology and business roles in Europe, North and South America, China and south Asia.

Yogesh is an Executive MBA graduate of IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland and holds a degree in engineering from MSU University in India.

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