24 Burst results for "Nortel"
Andy Mauro CEO of Automat on Conversational Commerce
"Anymore. Oh welcome to the voice by podcast brett. This is a long time coming now. We've done a couple of clubhouse sessions. But we've i guess known each other at least through social media for several years. Now he's sort of back and forth have always appreciated your comments and our exchanges there and it's really nice that we have this one on one time to really talk about you've been doing because you have a long history in the industry you've seen a lot of different parts of it. You're doing some of the more interesting things. I think right now from a conversational standpoint in the market right now with automatic but it. We should start with where you started. So how'd you get into the industry. What did that look like early on. And what were you to the to. The tech. Sure and likewise. I've been looking forward to this for a long time. So excited to see where this goes i history. Hopefully it doesn't take too long. I've been working in what. I like to just say computers. You talk to for now over twenty years so i guess dedicated all but a couple years of my career to this space. I really love it. I mean i feel like it's a privilege to work in this right. I mean i think flying cars and talking computers. This is the stuff of childhood sci-fi dreams and you know. I really honestly feel lucky to get to work in the space for as long as i have and so it goes back to my days. My only job before. This space was at the canadian at the time unicorn nortel which is sort of a competitor. Cisco's in this back in the late nineties and Back when everything was just internet infrastructure was the big business. And i had a job. They're working on crazy low level. Ip over atm stuff. I was a programmer. I love that stuff. And i all. My friends started quitting one day and they were going across the street. And i said where you're going like this they said this cool startup nuance and i was like. Oh that sounds fun and just like you do in your early twenties. Just quit my job like literally the next day and over and got a job at this other place where all my friends were and man. That was lucky. That was just one of those life. Changing things i didn't know about conversation. We didn't even call it conversationally. I'm back that rain speech recognition.
"nortel" Discussed on Malicious Life
"Phones. You're up unique devices. Such as iphone or ipad than you need to pay me in a based on the adjudication of my lawsuit under chinese law. The million or so dollars. That i'm requesting if you otherwise you'll be forbidden from continuing to use or introduce your product into china now. This is important because if you look at apple two thousand twelve or so. The market cap for china was a billion dollars. Cain off one hundred million dollars to chinese person to satisfy a legal claim would be a drop in the bucket. So two thousand twelve is actually. I mean it's realistically it's not that long ago. Arthur still western companies. Who are still trying. This who are still participating in china's data infrastructure like they were back in two thousand three two thousand four. Is this still happening. If so how has the chinese government approach changed from when they were working with cisco nortel like yes so answer your question the order that you ask a very good one. There are successful western companies. That have actually adapted to these new What we would regard as Very invasive cyber security concerns regarding their national security as china. One of those is actually ibm now. Historically your you and your listeners may remember other. The chinese had band of variety of different technologies from not only the government the military of one of those in particular was the use of western servers and serving server operating systems in the financial industry. In you can imagine companies that would perhaps Provide those here in the west. So he just kind of caught the aghast will. Ibm went to a company. Called lark per larks per manufacturer servers for the chinese financial industry is the sole provider in what. Ibm did to their credit is. They gave them the processes the procedures. In the methodology to create servers that would meet the requirements of the chinese government using organic chinese technology while also keeping pace with the western world regarding financial transactions international. So there's that's a good success story actually jersey..
"nortel" Discussed on The big d zone
"Just because you're supposed to wear a mask all day at their part but also all day on the whole thing on the plane it doesn't mean that you are supposed to be goals and people just crowd all over you. But the thing is the trick were they. Don't know that you're there. Goes so i came here at the airport. My not to eight thirty. I'm stuck stuck. I'm stuck here for emptying our. And i don't know why i am. See this is the south tower and then there was a scientist said the south tower in the north tower. I don't know what hell i don't even have an ought to get an all top. I'm going to stay here for a while and needles that. I have brought this that i got from the the oh. I don't know that. I got from the taste of italy. Yes phenomenal food and get the take down my masters. I eat and drink this crap all day crap all day. It's hot too hot at the airport. A little bit got a little bit of a breeze. But it's so hard. And i had to wait outside for my left driver of course and i don't know why i am looking forward to nortel nortel's like what the heck is the column construction and i know you know what the heck i am because as a flight is not a two eight eight eight o'clock but i gotta get there for security dedicate this. They had to do the secret. Pet down the Almost like a case of search but Don't want to be ready for just in case i need to go to buy room so anyway. Anyway i can't believe it's done that i'm here i'm really i'm really and on a damn park after they all know on here and never again. Oh motel six was like literally across from each where i stayed in a motel says and sleeping and it was another hotel all directly surrounding what it was like hotel airport complex. But they're all gangs terrible reviews. What is going on because on the driver took told me today airport. I saw the motel six. That i was gonna originally stay for the conference and i was gonna originally stay even The other day. And i was like. Oh my god. How in the world is the fact that all these hotel here this again here the end. I'm a ghost i'm go. Nobody knows what the hell just because you have. Mass gone like five people surrounding me. Okay and you know. David like okay. But i know there was looking for the flight but hello the males is there in alternate ask Ask about anything. Because a i don't know what the hell i'm doing be. I don't know how i am. But see and one thing. I'm gonna give any e before i die up here and it's crazy absolutely crazy man now. I don't see the line that i've been seeing on the news and i'm at the workplace where spirit is but then again i'm not on the spirit thought i get but oh yeah now. The line is warming now. The line is warning okay. Still i don't know i mean bear costed communism. I wanna eat. But i don't want to eat because i don't i got too bad. Okay i dunno i dunno. Oh yeah and if. I got here nate. That got like the one. That's a see on tv. It's time for another one here. You go again those those. I mean just because we're required to wear message machine board up their flight cancellations and stuff like that there. There'll be why would he put wheelchair though here anyway. Catholic people thinking that your ghost. Why would they put the wheelchair and one of the barn. Because i don't know what. It how i am and number two. I got to figure out how to eat. I'm not even nowhere near path bad. And i'm stuck here all day my flight let the beget let the venture begins but the funding adventure begins. His hot stuffy on that stuff is not a bad at the st. Louis i got a little bit. But i mean well. Wasn't that haunted hotel. Bella figure that one las vegas i guess..
Chinas Unrestricted Warfare
"When brian shields i notified nortel networks leadership about a major cyber incident. It's not that. He was outright turned aside. They didn't laugh him out of the room like cartoon villains rather according to him and others involved. The people in charge just didn't give it much. Thought they were distracted with other matters. They believed were more. For example there were right in the middle of firing their ceo frank dunn for some shady accounting practices. They did so just full days after. Brian and his team discovered the breach so soon that done himself didn't even hear that he was hacked. But even those who weren't fired didn't hear much about it. Nortel board members later told bloomberg that they couldn't recall the news ever having come up in any of their weekly meetings. They were simply too busy with on boarding the new. Ceo the man they brought in was bill. Owens a decorated former admiral the us navy and former vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff as ceo. He didn't do anything about the breach either because he didn't prioritize it or if one were to make an educated guess because nobody around him was talking to him about it instead. According to bloomberg quote nortel global technological juggernaut would respond to one of the longest. Running chinese heck's of the decade with password update and a series of overtures to wow and quote.
The Extent of Tech Regulations With an Expert
"I'm here with juniper networks is bob dunne to talk about oversight regulations in the tech industry. Hello bipolar you. Good connor how are you. I'm doing well tell us a little bit about your history working with government and how it regulates the tech industry web connor i. I moved to virginia with my family about eighteen years ago. I know mentor of mine from nortel said. Can you come down here and help me figure out this federal thing as he put it and i fell in love with the federal market and its customers Since then i was in a bid for awhile. And then i worked exclusively with the intelligence community for nortel which was some of the most rewarding work i've ever i've ever done then. I tried my hand in small business. I went to a company called star which is based out of portland oregon again focused on the army and tactical solutions. Then i went to ericsson federal which was actually sold in in spun off and korea. We created the company called ozias which still exists today. And then i went back to pack star. I was ceo. They are for a little over four years. And now i'm With juniper and very proud to be vp of federal for juniper networks with regards to standards and regulations and how the oversight works with the tech industry. You know you have the usual names. Like the fcc in epa eeoc in other agencies like that but What many may not be familiar with our agencies. Gsa which is a general services administration and nist which is the national institution for standards and technology. Their mission is to enable innovation through standards and measurements. And then on top of that. Of course you have congressional oversight which pays attention to The industry and what tech companies put out whether it's a service Or hardware yeah. I'm a big fan of nist here at sgx. Because i used so much of their documentation to help. Inform my understanding of technology. When i'm writing my articles before we dive into specifics. How is the tech industry regulated Do the industry regulators and various governments. Have a tight grip or things still fairly lax. I guess it depends on which industry. You're talking about so when the part that i'm familiar with an obviously involved in right now as network equipment providers we provide solutions and we are heavily regulated when you look at the social media companies You know it's it's a new world and you've heard about the Congressional meetings and some of the scrutiny twitter and facebook and others are under. And i think they're just trying to figure out now how best to regulate them do you Put a lot of standards in place like we have today through all the certifications we go through the federal government It remains to be seen with the latest Hack that occurred. A lot of people are concerned about cybersecurity as they should be. And i think there's going to be more regulation in that area as well. yeah maybe rightfully so. What are some of the significant government or industry regulations that organizations are still complying with. Well again you know nist is is very important to juniper and we go through the steps internally and then we put forward our solutions to nist and other agencies there's an organization called the gic which is joint interoperability interoperability tests center. We put a lot of our solutions through that process and then are certifications like a fed ramp when you're talking about the cloud phipps. has strong criteria that that Have to be met and other certifications going on down the line. So you think about. Americans with disabilities act which is section five away if to be compliant with that and the list is pretty long but When you select the market that you want to go after and provide secure solutions it's necessary. It's a requirement so that will continue. And i think those companies that comply with the standards and regulations really benefit from the outcomes because it makes their solution stronger. And while there's a lot of company oversight internal oversight. I think having the checks and balances only make the company stronger. That's good to hear. It seems like there's more regulations than just on the tech itself like you mentioned About disabilities and it isn't important to remember that these organizations are just like any other in that they have the workplace regulations on top of the technological regulations Exactly however in general what does regulation of the tech industry look like in the united states. You know what aspects of the technology are most regulated while the first word that comes to mind is security so every aspect of what we delivered to our customers. has different levels of security. There's risk management framework. Put out by diet cap that must be followed and we do I mentioned the There are others that are put in place like nyack. The national information assurance partners And they focus on common criteria and then companies also put in the rigors into their supply chain so supply chain management is critically important because it starts really at the idea of a solution or a product or a service all the way down the chain to implementation at offering so especially with the bad actors that are trying to penetrate networks companies have to Maintain control and put in a security standards that are second to none and if you look at the best technology companies the most successful technology companies security is always top of mind and and i think it will be top of mind for a long time.
"nortel" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Coach Pizzeria Everybody having a good time today. I love being in the studio with you guys. It seems we always have a smile on our faces. It's always fun to be here. I mean, you know, we guess we could call it in. But who wants to call and talk to him? I have seen your face is in every conversation talking. I I love getting into the stocks and just, uh and knowing what percentage growth there's going to be, But I also know that it's not where you want all your money and just have a plan. So many choices out there in the stock market and some good ones and bad ones. Unfortunately, everyone knows someone who said it rich in the market. They got lucky, and they put a whole bunch of money and one stock and it went to the moon. Just think what would happen if it didn't go the moon, though, and we've seen we've seen. Unfortunately we see the other side that story when people put hundreds of $1000 and Maurin one stock and the stock goes away, Thomas and run a good example that member and running them, Ron, but Lucent Technologies Nortel those kind of companies back of the day when they were going to the moon and And they weren't Cisco Technologies still hasn't really recovered from the year 2000. It's gone up a little bit, but not much the same time. Cisco S Y S C E O The food company has gone to the moon. Because what do we do? Every single day we wait, E c. The tractor trailer trucks on the road all the time s Y s C e O okay, they deliver all foods of most of the restaurants. A lot of really They really have a great hold on the food market. And so they pay a dividend as well, But they're, but they're constantly If you look at the stock truck, they're constantly going on. And as you pointed out, energy performs well, energy as well to now, but again, going back to Sisko. Just cause we're talking about Cisco doesn't mean you buy Cisco today. I'm just telling you that it's outperformed that Cisco food companies. I'll perform the Csco this or csco assemble Csco. Technology government, But we still use their technology and everything the problems. They just had way too many shares. And so when you have a whole bunch of shares of stock has a whole bunch of shares doesn't matter how good the news is. You can't go up that much because we have too many shares, right? Yeah. Yeah, because it split a lot of time. So when you keep splitting on the forward split, which is Let's say this is good. This is good example. They use here on the show to see people can get their arms around This forward split like Apple Head forward, split last year to the Tesla had one. I think one of them had 4 to 1 and one had 5 to 1 I forget, which is which they tested was fired. One apple is 4 to 1. What does that mean? That means for every one share you have You have four. Let's say apple was $1000. It wasn't but let's just say it was and you didn't four for one split. So now you have four shares instead of one. But now each year is only worth 25 $250. They all stay still adds up the same. It's psychological warfare, so that way it is, But you've got more shares now. So now it's gonna be harder to move that back up to the $1000 from the 2 50 because you've got four times more pull going down. That's something I just realized as well in my head is you can look at a stock. That's Ah, maybe $100 stock. Three different companies each valued at $100. There's a certain moment, um, in anticipation behind each one of those values were $100 sure they're all $100. But what Direction. Are they going to be based on so many things? Then you look at the market cap, and that's what a lot of people forget. You know what the market cap is? You take the number of shares outstanding and multiply that by the share price. That becomes a market cap. So you could have a stock with. Let's say it only has 100 shares outstanding and it's worth the $1000 and you have another company has 1000 shares outstanding. And it's where the $1000 which which companies more valuable, probably the one that only has 100 shares outstanding because it has a better It's got a smaller Matt market cap, but has got a better room for growth in okay. Yeah, sure. Yeah, but who knows, man, and in the market does momentum investing really has has led the way the last couple years. I think people jump in the here. Kramer talk about something they jump into. The buddy tells about everybody wants to be in Don't want to be left behind. All right, Let's say you keep splitting forward forward forward. Anybody, really one of the situation where you can't move the stock's value when he worked. You have way too many shares like we're talking about what Cisco You know what another option is available. It's an option that I don't like, but it's available to the companies and the board's if they want to. Reduce the number of shares they do what's called a reverse split. Is that a buyback? No, it's a reverse reverse splices through job, Thomas. Here's what they do. Let's say you have 1000 shares of company. What say you started new. I can adjust you started with 100. They split 10 for 11 time. Okay, So now 10, for one means you. You grew up with 2000. Let's say they had way too many shares outstanding. That's $1000 a share. Cos there's no way we keep this here. We need to. We need to reduce the number of shares because they're starts not moving that never moved, and thousands stayed here, which is good, But usually this happens with small companies. I'm just using examples here on the radio company says We're gonna do a 5 to 1. Reverse split what they call the 1 to 5. So for every five shares you have now you have one. Whoa. Okay, But then there s so it was $1000 a share. And now you, uh, you had let's say 1000 shares now they did a five for one reverse split. Now you have 200 shares, but each share is now worth 5000. And the same the same part. Whatever the same price ratio, so right they take they take your shares away. But the stock suppose it goes up in value in proportion of what they took away. But what I've seen with most reverse splits is once they do that, then the stock goes back down again. The psychology of it because the people are just Z really means bad management have to reverse split. Yeah, Just be careful, and that's interesting. We see these terms and all that now. If I haven't officially confused everybody up, But we like forward splits, even though forward splits get all the attention. They really aren't a score. If I they should be. They shouldn't be the only end all Cadillac kind of thing that people make him when Apple announced he was splitting last year that same with Tessa when they announced that, they said, Like in a couple months, we're gonna split 5 to 1 of four for one stock runs into this week was way up after the split it It doesn't really do much after that, so it's It's so much momentum and Theo by on rumor sell on news in the market. Yeah. Now let's talk about the Dave. You put together a funky road trip for us, didn't you? Yeah, They said that when you want to go to see the big ball of twine cheesy trips. It's your.
"nortel" Discussed on Anime Podcasters
"Last clip is so it is. It is so bro. I will say this i will say this. I think i think this. Instance is the angriest. I've ever gotten giant on the podcast is saying something. Play the clip. Oh gosh give context now until jerusalem podcast hotshots final pick. We select one out of time but some people on the podcast don't like doing that. Which is stupid because their lists kathy. That freaking long picks everything wounded thousands. Damn i'm cheating a little bit here but you're just going to have to deal with it. I'm taking ross. Sang on and the mother reading. The reason i'm cheating is you're thinking every single or think on he no. Yeah no no no no. You can't pick every single. Yes i can broken. I said you're going to have to deal with it. I'm not changing my mind. You're not gonna. i'm not explaining every single one. Don't worry that's not what i'm doing. Well in that case. How are we going gonna pick them if you're not gonna explain them so we have the basic which was actually talking about and then we have the flame relying on what's actually taught by then rather cherokee nortel uses on his fight with the akatsuki to save chicken squad. What a bunch of waves. And then we have the hang on barrage that not uses when he's fighting the nine tail fox and then we have. The water are saying gone. But i don't think even exists and then we have the rainbow wrestling gone which actually is used by one of the movies and then we have the before taking on the four hundred target uses it against his with a toby and everyone else. I'm not fast for in the audience. So yeah they're saying how exactly every single stain on brief submarine it totally. Let's go over there by the way. Broken secure yuki shooting exam. Shit this is what makes them blasts token y'all wings the podcast own. Can.
Threat Hunting Offsets the Technology Gaps
"We're not get my start. I would say to take back to a military law enforcement days. So physical security of course close protection Details so i've been in the space probably since seventeen in some form or fashion security I transitioned into cyberspace. Actually in early. Two thousand Working class i was part of the first development team of launching windows two thousand Iky server l2tp vpn server I was there at the fortunate. I guess you could call it Experience with bill gates and launching that in february of two thousand and the sony centre. It was the first appliance based vpn service powered by windows. And then i working for class. That time i also help build out the first cloud based vpn. Your cloud firewall service. Powered by chastised at the time was nortel cosign so that dates me a little bit And then building out. What was the first. Mp l. s. environment building out using twenty five forty seven would universe building out that the virtual router typist and so insecurity for a long time transitioned into more of a layer seven environment layer for like they're know with level three and building out the an mssp practice with inside a service provider will relaunch diaz Real so as part of the two thousand fourteen. Ntp attack with using Yola rod wears away to combat the two thousand fourteen biggest dos attack at that time Building out also Various types of security environments from secure email to secure access tumbling so In in building out the first Threatened telling as a service Taking intelligence encouraging that intelligence and turning it back and enriching that in empowering and into people sims decline sim so Been into space for quite some time and done everything from being on the keyboard to you're developing and strategizing and bring it to market some of the most robust and i would say sophisticated security services that south today and still active today when you look back on some of those earlier days you know thinking back to something like the launch of like you're saying windows two thousand two mean can give us some insights as to the evolution that you've you've experienced the growth in the the sophistication and capabilities of these tools. Mean when you think about the evolution of this i it's it's it's my body linked to see how we have evolved so much From the tumbling type activities more cloud base sas environments you no longer. Are we required ito to to actually launch a client on your device when we're using software as a way to connect using example as a celsius recently about a year and a half ago. I built out a appliance based service at allow us to run your ssl connections and using open vpn to a source gateway and then out to the cloud and basically all in two zero touch provisioning to say so to to evolve from having someone manually. You'll help you set up your tunnels establish tunnels you know. Establish appreciate keys. And connections that these major to automatically enabling that is just it's crazy to see how we've involved in. It's actually quite you know exciting to see where we're going to go because of covid. Nineteen right kobe. Nineteen has taught us so much that the next evolution of cybersecurity. And you know this would call borderless You'll environment is is going to drive us to more cloud around monitoring the compliance configuration changes things that we did not do in the past that we're going to be obligated to do in the future. Yeah i mean that's a really interesting point how we i mean I suppose it could be looked at as a as an upside. This push this You know we we pushing this outside of our comfort zones into new areas. While i mean you have to. Nail henrik conference on. Cybersecurity has never been Comfort right it's always been complex. It's always been hard to. Let's just call it like it is wanted to communicate to people to help you understand the value of it and three and i think the foremost is actually enabling it right because too often what i've learned over my years as a people it's still a compelling event meaning that a unless something happens to me i don't worry about it and it's so much like law enforcement is it's a lot around activities you know. Let's just take a home environment if the house around the street got broken into prior to that happening. You didn't do anything but now that it got close to home. What are you going to do. you're going to either. Go get a big dog. You're gonna put cameras up. You can put an alarm system. The problem we have today is that we're reactive versus proactive and cybersecurity has been that way for last year. I would say ten years of not fifteen years as very reactive and we're still reactive today. Even though we're being pushed outside of our comfort zone i mean. Think about kobe. Nineteen it was reactive right. We had to move quickly to To accommodate a remote workforce bauer coming back and doing what trying to figure out what holds that. I open to enable that from that reactive aspects. so it's a very interesting you'll bell curve that. I see that goes on where we're going up and down up and down and it's it's hard to keep out in front really is
Threat Hunting Offsets the Technology Gaps
"We're not get my start. I would say to take back to a military law enforcement days. So physical security of course close protection Details so i've been in the space probably since seventeen in some form or fashion security I transitioned into cyberspace. Actually in early. Two thousand Working class i was part of the first development team of launching windows two thousand Iky server l2tp vpn server I was there at the fortunate. I guess you could call it Experience with bill gates and launching that in february of two thousand and the sony centre. It was the first appliance based vpn service powered by windows. And then i working for class. That time i also help build out the first cloud based vpn. Your cloud firewall service. Powered by chastised at the time was nortel cosign so that dates me a little bit And then building out. What was the first. Mp l. s. environment building out using twenty five forty seven would universe building out that the virtual router typist and so insecurity for a long time transitioned into more of a layer seven environment layer for like they're know with level three and building out the an mssp practice with inside a service provider will relaunch diaz Real so as part of the two thousand fourteen. Ntp attack with using Yola rod wears away to combat the two thousand fourteen biggest dos attack at that time Building out also Various types of security environments from secure email to secure access tumbling so In in building out the first Threatened telling as a service Taking intelligence encouraging that intelligence and turning it back and enriching that in empowering and into people sims decline sim so Been into space for quite some time and done everything from being on the keyboard to you're developing and strategizing and bring it to market some of the most robust and i would say sophisticated security services that south today and still active today when you look back on some of those earlier days you know thinking back to something like the launch of like you're saying windows two thousand two mean can give us some insights as to the evolution that you've you've experienced the growth in the the sophistication and capabilities of these tools. Mean when you think about the evolution of this i it's it's it's my body linked to see how we have evolved so much From the tumbling type activities more cloud base sas environments you no longer. Are we required ito to to actually launch a client on your device when we're using software as a way to connect using example as a celsius recently about a year and a half ago. I built out a appliance based service at allow us to run your ssl connections and using open vpn to a source gateway and then out to the cloud and basically all in two zero touch provisioning to say so to to evolve from having someone manually. You'll help you set up your tunnels establish tunnels you know. Establish appreciate keys. And connections that these major to automatically enabling that is just it's crazy to see how we've involved in. It's actually quite you know exciting to see where we're going to go because of covid. Nineteen right kobe. Nineteen has taught us so much that the next evolution of cybersecurity. And you know this would call borderless You'll environment is is going to drive us to more cloud around monitoring the compliance configuration changes things that we did not do in the past that we're going to be obligated to do in the future.
"nortel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You know, I was working with companies such as, like Nortel Networks, which is not around anymore. But 20 years old. I had a lot of different influences and and had a chance to talk to a variety of different individuals from light industrial moved into engineering and now financial executor. Of sight. I speak with CFO's CEOs from the tax, treasury and audit side. So there's just a lot of growth through this. But what the reason why you've stayed in this profession for so long is because I get to continue to learn. I speak with different organizations and very fascinated about culture and cos the way that people work and it really Segways into who I am, because because I've learned so much through these conversations over the years. I think that's another great reminder that we're not static people. We don't come out of university for some of us and suddenly do one job. The rest of our lives like you used to be. You know, 40 or 50 years ago, I think now we transition we move around around. It's funny. You bring that Nortel because as Muchas Nortel was a big coming back today, I would say that my favorite company workforces go. Crush them. Sorry about that. But you know, that's the thing. A lot of those Nortel folks ended up. Francisco ended up another company is and I think that it's especially powerful right now, in the time and the moment living in We have no idea what the future of our work is gonna look like, but we have the ability to in some ways. Of steer our own ship and go in. Risk your passions when we get back because we're out of time in the segment. Have Cathy give us her tips and advice for job seekers and for employers given that we are, in essence Hey, a shift in how everything's working in the employment world. And that's why I really appreciate having Kathy Trine partner at Logic Consulting and the author of the Journey. Mastering the art of slowing down, Kathy really quick. How do people get ahold of you? Yes, you can find me on Facebook at Cathy Trend official as well as my email address. It's Kathy twi at Cathy trend dot com. Great entrant is t r I n h any questions? You can always email us at info tas beyond that is and find us on Facebook, Twitter and linked in it would be like for questions or comments on today's program. Call 1888828 78 46. That's 8888 to 8. S V I n Don't go away. Keith will be right back with more Silicon Valley insiders side you get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get the farmers signal happened that could get you up to 15% off your auto policy. That's just for using the happened driving like the normal speed limit very full. Stop making lane change, signaling human being you are Get.
China and the US are battling for control of 5G
"China is really a leader in five G. Right now, they launched. Their network earlier than expected last fall, and they've really been going gangbusters in terms of deployment and racking up subscribers, and they have a big technological advantage, too, because they have some of. The the best technology for five g. that they've been developing with some companies. In House. Yeah, that's that's a real change. From previous generations A to three four G. allow. The stuff was led by Europe, or here in the US four was big leader in four G. L., T., technology There's been a shift curious how the approach to technology differs from between how U. S. and really the the western countries invest in the stuff versus China's doing it and how they're able to kind of. Move or advance so quickly for basically nothing to a leadership position. Yeah, so China really over the last several years. You know this fits into a bigger initiative. From the government to to have some advantages and technology it's part of their strategy to go out and try to develop is much technology in country as they possibly can in so they you know it's part of this push of wanting to get away from being just a a low cost manufacturer of commodity goods and you know. Folks who are just sort of always following technology and just trying to do it cheaper and really being a leader so they see this as a very strategic. Part of their development of their their national policy, and so with that that means that the government is investing a ton of money and is sort of all. N! It's a different structure than the US right so the the. The government has a lot more control to funnel money into sort of get. A more focused approach, whereas in the US, our technology development is really completely done by the private sector and so it's just a different approach, but it has allowed China to rapidly catch up. In a lot of areas like five G. to to the US and other Western. Insane reports the thing we saw report for last week that the White House had considered intervening on five G. whether that's offering tax credits or inducing companies to acquire other companies overseas. That might have intellectual property like network makers like. Eriksson or Nokia, which is funny, because a lot of that stuff actually originated here in the US and then got cobbled up or bought by European countries, so it's it's a weird. Mix or shift in the dynamic things now. Yeah, I mean it's really i. mean that's like a whole nother story that I should probably do. You're giving me another story idea, but to SORTA. Go back historically and look. You're absolutely right. I mean there was a lot of innovation way back. Out of at, and T. and which became Lucent Technologies and we had a lot of companies in the US at one point, who were developing this technology, and then over the years you know through acquisition and business decisions and poor management frankly. We lost it, and so now we are in a situation where none of the core technology for the networking equipment is really developed by an American company. I mean we've got CISCO, but they're not doing A lot of the stuff that while way, end, Ericsson Nortel or I'm sorry, Nokia and Samsung Zamzam exactly so. It, it's you know. I think it does sort of put us at a disadvantage that we didn't really. Maybe fully appreciate. You know ten fifteen years ago when a lot of this consolidation was happening for the US has made some moves to try to preserve ship position to basically attacked the the five G. Innovation. Going on here, look you run through some of steps take. Yeah, and you know it's interesting because it's. It's sort of you know trying to protect the market, but it's also kind of Intertwined with this fear of some security risks which are legitimate, so so basically, what's happening is we've got the US government and a lot of folks in the security world who are saying that they feel that China's dominance is a security risk, and so the US has developed a lot of policies around basically trying to keep out some of the core technology. That's coming out of China and we don't want it in the US networks because there's a fear that there could be backdoors. Put in there and that you know China is an. Authoritarian. Government and Things are done. There than in the US and so there's this fear in that sort of also gets intertwined with this idea of how I guess in a way. How can we slow China down? And so there have been some restrictions? Put on a quick, -ment sold here in the US so there's a ban on. Government purchasing any core equipment for a deployment five G. Gear in the US. There's a movement to try to get. Any Wa wait year that's in some small carriers sort of ripped out and replaced and then there is Some bans on selling intellectual property and technology to while away from American companies that they can use to advance their five G. Technology, so there's a lot going
"nortel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"nortel" Discussed on KOMO
"Slowing Nortel five and like would run seventy second street and we have told him that is finally started on the nineteen ninety a total so be aware of that our next couple traffic is a seven forty four channel Donald checks the forecast well we managed to get away with dry conditions for the big MLS Cup victory at CenturyLink field on Sunday but we're not going to be quite as lucky as we head into the celebrate Tory parade on Tuesday between now and that it dries out look for a lot of thick fog overnight into Monday morning so that's how we'll kick off our day eventually though partly sunny to mostly sunny skies not about veterans state all upper fifties to low sixties a great day for getting back outdoors and honoring those who have served by Tuesday though we're heading right back into a rainy pattern especially right at noon that's when the victory parade is going to be happening here to the city by the sound at least with the rain moving in the right are will be sporting a beautiful shade of rave greens in the coming weather center I need a religious Shannon o'donnell cloudy skies remaining fifty degrees currently in downtown Seattle only is heartbroken tonight after a deadly tragic accident a father husband and a man love by its neighbors is dead after falling more than sixty feet in Pierce county Thomas Cole Miller has the latest from Victor falls in Bonney lake all we know is that he fell I'm not sure why he was out there yesterday tonight a family desperate for answers after fifty six year old Steve hair plunge to his death at Victor falls kind of fence off what you owe back there and you can you can see it last night body like police along with beast peers fire and rescue took that call someone.
"nortel" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The Holland at fifteen minutes you will see slowdowns Nortel Bronx river parkway collation by gun hill road that's been there for awhile heavy from Pelham parkway our next topic updates and fifteen minutes of take a look at the W. O. R. weather channel forecast quite a bit cooler force out there today mix of clouds and sun upper sixties to near seventy this afternoon a good ten plus degrees cooler than yesterday low sixties tonight increasing clouds during the day Saturday mid seventies showers even a few rumbles of thunder Saturday night partly cloudy Sunday upper seventies currently fifty eight A. W. O. R. I'm urologist Ken boon for what ten sports is brought to you by Douglas in London please see the Mets how that Arizona completing a four game sweep by eleven to one the Mets and felt that six homers a grand slam and a two run shot from one a garrison the Mets still to back in the wild card the Yankees suck a double header in Detroit a one ten for into the second game six four and jets quarterback Sam Donald will miss Monday night's game against Cleveland yes mono could miss several weeks ago when do morning topping the news Joe Biden survived a rough and tumble democratic presidential debate Felicity Huffman facing sentencing in the college cheating scandal and a New York Catholic diocese declares bankruptcy because of the cost of settling child sex abuse allegations details at eight thirty on seven ten W. all walk mark Simone but I can't sit there watch watches of golf match for four hours and to. thank you. normal people. New York marks alone he's always headline. news seven two and W. O.. if you're ready to find an affordable and reliable vehicle from a reputable company that cares Sir with eastern automotive group you already know Easter is out of out of has a tremendous legacy having service over one hundred and fifty thousand customers over the last thirty years they are part of the fabric in this community giving back to the DMV through all sorts of charities and outreach plus eastern always has thousands of vehicles to choose from and every vehicle at Easter is goes through a rigorous multi point inspection process this process is part of the reason why every eastern's vehicle is backed by a seven day return policy and a complimentary thirty day warranty tired of the guy she dealerships eastern's is different there one price promise means you can be confident in the price of a vehicle no gimmicks or hidden fees the price you see is the price you get simple fast and transparent visit eastern dot com to start shopping.
"nortel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Did you have to make a move I assume you had to make a move to to clear a spot for Tyler we did we had to option black down which would be always tough to do because we've uses pitching a lot but we just felt like with her outfield situation would Slater he's sick and Dickerson needs another day he could bench at you know that we're going to try to get through this without may have been dexter picture now tomorrow things could change but right now we need use French yeah right field and and so anyway that move was made and hopefully BT gets is deep in the game where we can get some guys arrest yeah last time out to either be probably at its best start certainly one of his best starts what has he been doing in the intervening almost a couple weeks I guess up to to stay fresh well when he was option he he went to his stepfather's of services when he passed he had a he had a place to work out there and then use option to Richmond club and he took a bull pen and keep them in shape and and so he he's been doing all the things that we want him to do an age for as she's good to go and he's been thrown ball while in it we need him today he mention Austin Slater so he's just under the weather yeah I know why he was sick yesterday he this when it came on but he was available and which you saw what he did come up the bench huge hit there and too big hits and but today showed up with a fever and he's washed out so he cannot go to David Mayo if we need a pinch hit parents from home yeah I'm sure you could do that all right what more with giants manager Bruce Bochy right after this Nortel Honda.
"nortel" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"NorTel. That's great Saint Louis is nice too. I had two questions actually any experience for can with someone that is born blind had no concept and how they drain and second when someone is born blind. When they start going through the dying process ever, bam reported that I saw lots of Asians or anything, then thank you. It's an interesting question. So people who have lost sight when they're very young which is different from born blind still in their life dream like have visual dreams that colors in their dreams. They see things people who are born blind do have dreams. But hardy what's difficult is that they don't know. What seeing is so trying. Assess whether they're seeing things in their dreams is very difficult because they don't have a basis, you know, it's like trying to explain to somebody what chocolate tastes like if they'd never tasted like even try to Spain. What anything tastes like if they've never tasted anything. I mean, it's impossible. But we do know that people who who lost when they're very young still continue to have visual dreams. So the idea that people who were born blind might might be able to see things in the dreams seems entirely possible. Now in terms of people who are blind when they're dying again, there have been some of these stories where people who are who are blind do feel like they're going towards some you know, what we what for us might be a bright light experience. People do have those kinds of experiences, but certainly even. When I was talking about earlier, the fact that people go are in hip Nagata when they're going naturally going to death processes, and that's that's very very recent kind of discovery. I mean, and in fact, a lot of people even people who are who are running hospices aren't necessarily hip to this yet. So it's a it's a it's a good question. But it's it's very difficult to know the answer. Jennifer word of the dreams begin in the physical brain or in consciousness. There's a big question. I mean, what is consciousness? That's right. You know? That's that's the hard people who are unconscious. Studies call that the hard problem. The you know is consciousness something that's a byproduct of the physical brain is consciousness of field that we are just falling into. I mean, the, you know, this is this is a great matter of debate amongst scientists and philosophers, and you know, so where dreams start. I mean, they're part of consciousness are they just physical zapping. Are they some sort of in touch with it in a Syria world, I said earlier that the the realm of like with questions like this. I I find it. So difficult to talk about what somebody believes something something else because it's very impossible to know. Scientists are beginning to believe that when you physically die the brain is still alive for a little bit. And somehow the consciousness tape that takes over in that you might even be aware that you're dead. But you're stuck in your body. Yeah. Had dreams where I died. And then I was dead. And I'm there with my dad body, and I'm studying next to it. I'm like, oh, look there. I am dead. I'm shooting flies away from my dad south. You know? So I I know that experience from you know, being in dreams. Yeah. I mean what what is consciousness? It's that's that's the that's the million dollar question. Isn't it really is next up? Let us go to our wildcard line. Joe's with us in Monterey, California. Joe go ahead. Hi, george. Hi Ganophone Joe show. I'm working on that in between state hip Garden State. I'm trying NO delimited that in between state when you wake up that's more fun. That's a lot of. Safest way to start dreaming and being lucid dream conscious. Dreaming and traveled, but in the hip Ngong state, nicer take hypnotherapy courses in all the types of courses that they that you learn from a if I'm the alpha ended fada, but if the delta state that I'm trying to master to be conscious of the physical and dream. I wanna watch dreams as if I'm watching another world to MU I found through experimentation that if I'm very tired, and it's a great way to leave the body or the have dreams if you open your heart center, it will open your third I and that you could have an out of body experience. And and you know, it's an out of body experience. Because when you come back, it's like you hear a bang like a door shutting you're into body again. So do you ever experiment between? Experiment with these in between states. Oh, and his some techniques that you might like way if whenever you're during the waking state if you tell yourself this is dream, and then be aware of your conscious of be conscious of your environment bazooka conscious of your environment. And and force yourself to be more aware what you're doing is programming your sub conscious. You're dreaming side view to wake up and be conscious of yourself in lucid dreaming and another technique that I found that really works. Very well. I thought naming things when I know I'm lucid dreaming, and I wanna stay there. I thought naming objects around me because I get focused on my environment. Like you said, and I also become aware of my varmint one time. You're the grounding in the dreamlike. So you're talking about maintaining consciousness through all of the different stages. And you said you're trying to learn it in delta, and that's really main advanced maintaining consciousness, some people some meditators too bad Buddhists, you know, ten Wilbur who started transportation psychology. Some people have said that they never lose consciousness. So the first trick to never learn consciousness is learning to stay aware through hit negogitated as you go in and staying conscious in the ram. That's the Luther Jing. But delta is for the sake of everyone else. Delta is the lowest sleep. It's the slowest brainwaves that we have point five to three bring as for second. And to be clear right now. You know, you're you're probably at like between thirteen or something. And delta is really really really deep sleep. It's kind of sleep. If you wake somebody up. They'll be very very confused dreams dreams happen in all sleep stages in delta is where for example, children have night terrors or Issam. Yes. Some sleepwalking and some seep talking, but it's the it's the deepest most difficult parts of the mental experience to stay conscious in. So you actually can maintain consciousness through your delta state. That's pretty that's pretty advanced keeping your wits about you. He's the Rockies, Allen's with us in Connecticut. Alan go ahead. Okay. Georgia could speak to you. I n here's a subject of interest to me, hopefully, others. I'm jennifer. Now, let me give you short narrative. I lost my job with my car in San Francisco on fisherman's wharf near fort Mason. And although I wasn't raised a Christian. I have many dreams of Jesus in profile holding up the holy Eucharist, which is install on Monday Thursday. Interesting point is I didn't see like in the first century break bread. And give it to you Postles. I been no Catholic church. But it wasn't a eucharistic is is there a part of the brain that gives a faith and religious experience that we receive at night. Context of what we wouldn't see today. It was like I say, whether you Chris and the Catholic church was which wasn't even installed at that. What creates that in the brain, Jennifer? What do you think? Good question. So talking earlier about Carl young, then we are talking about dreams of your culture. So Carl young thought that there has been called the collective unconscious that we have parts of our consciousness, it isn't just personal it's cultural. It's part of the people who are around your tribe, or your culture, or whatever. So that things can enter your dream space that aren't necessarily your personal story. Maybe you're taking something from the culture at large. Maybe it's something from your ancestors. Maybe it's powerful experience kind of happening near you young thought that we could have dream experiences of things that went beyond just our individual histories next. Of course, let's go to our wildcard line. We've got in Vancouver. British Columbia Lynn, go ahead. Thanks for taking my call. Welcome. This is just fascinating. And Jennifer, thank you. For basically, outlining some of the dreams that I've been having over the years, but the one I wanted to just anecdote glee share, especially to all the als out there tonight it in a serious health issue years ago. One of the things I had difficulty was eating and I would find and I wasn't able to sleep very well either. But in those moments where I did catch a few hours of sleep. I would have this wonderful dream, which was based on a on a profound memory of time spent with my grandmother when I would go and visit her kind of like the little red riding hood, you know, very young going on a train. Visit my grandmother by myself, and when I visited to her she would often take me to one of her favorite restaurant cafe type places. But it was a grill. It was very lovely Yorkshire pudding. Those kind of places, and we would have a marvelous time a marvelous meal a wonderful sharing. And so when I was sick and unable to eat. These would be the dreams because I missed food. I mean, I. And so I would have these dreams and somehow there was enough memory of eating healthy being in healthy company and a healthy environment. Having a great time. And as you say all the brain waves light up as if you're actually having the experience, and I believe these dreams visitations of the grandmother excetera with the food, blah, blah, blah, literally helped me get through the spaces where I wasn't able to eat, and and filled that and filled my stomach in in in that way, and was part of the healing process that I, you know, made it tainted my various tricks up the sleeve that often chatted about on this show. So I just wanted to just share that anecdote because this is it's very profound. And if there's people out there that have a health issue, hopefully, they can have a dream like this that will at least fill them. If not momentarily, but sustain them until they you know on the road to recovery. All right. Jennifer, get quick reaction because we got thirty seconds left. Okay. That's beautiful story, and the tradition of dreams being involved in healing is so rich and deep I could write a book just about that. Yes. You could Jennifer your website. Of course is dreaming dot com. We've got linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com and your book limited dreaming exploring consciousness at the edges of sleep. Well, done with the book, by the way. Thank you so much. All right. You take care yourself on our next coast to coast program. We've got some great surprises for you on coast to coast..
Canadian ex-diplomat detained in China, official confirms
"At night. More from reporter Simon marks the arrest of mung one. Joe the chief financial officer of the Chinese technology company wallpa- has been met with anger by the authorities in Beijing that threatening while they called grave consequences if she's not freed by the authorities in Canada who detained her at the request of the United States where she's wanted on charges of conspiracy to defraud multiple financial institutions case has shown a spotlight on the company her father founded, so how big a deal is while way Nick filed says telecoms correspondent for the financial times in Europe while he's gone from being a company, I guess people had heard of in around two thousand three hundred four to basically, the largest supplier telecoms equipment. That's the stuff on my boss. The stuff that comes into the network through transmission at in some countries, not the UK stuff in the coal, which actually routes Kohl's licks subscribe to whether I need to go. And as I said, it's been an incredible rise. I think before. They won. What was a landmark deal with Bates? Hey for the twenty-first century network in two thousand and five you had very famous names Makoni NorTel Siemens over this. Mock wouldn't add doubts about three players mess, largely dancer wise. Pretty relentless rise to be honest. He spoke to F T dot com. Ms monks arrest comes right in the middle of that US trade war with China and some in the Trump administration have extraordinarily suggested that her freedom could be used as a bargaining chip by Washington with FSN spotlight. I'm Simon marks Chinese-American. San Francisco elected officials held a commemoration this morning of the seventy fifth anniversary of the repeal of the Chinese exclusion act in eighteen eighty two congress passed and president Chester Arthur signed into law the measure prohibiting the immigration of Chinese workers. Chinese workers were blamed for driving down wages and for being unable to assimilate US born Chinese Americans or also ordered to carry. Or face the risk of deportation. The act was repealed in nineteen forty-three officials organizing today's commemoration said that more than ever the diverse immigrant community must quote stand together. United in solidarity against the hateful rhetoric and anti immigrant policies emanating from the Trump administration unquote, more news to come. It is our mission to bring you as much news and information as we possibly during the evening news, each weekday at six for the half hour additional on the weekends. But it is also are obligate during a fund drive to try to raise some money. So that this news department can continue to function and overall. So our listener sponsored radio station KPFA can continue to operate eighty five hundred ninety percent of the funds expended to keep this radio station on the air be that. Staff salaries be that huge amount that goes to the electricity company, and we're going to have some news about that electricity company coming up in just a few minutes to keep the water flowing in the bathrooms and the kitchen sink. To rent service, the computers all that stuff. Eighty five to ninety percent of that money comes directly from you. Our listener, no one else. There's no middleman no middle woman. No mediating factor. There are no commercial announcements. There are no corporate underwriting announcements there are no foundations of the left. There are no foundations of the right? There are no foundations of the middle. There's no alien financing here. There's no rich people. Just listeners just listeners. We were the first radio station to attempt to do this, which is to do broadcasting. And then when we were done broadcasting asks the list, there's if they supported it enough to enable us to give us enough money to enable us to do some more broadcasting. And that's basically the way it's been for nearly seventy years now, and we hope it will be that way at least for seventy days we're trying to raise enough money to get us into the new year. We need four hundred fifty thousand dollars to do that. But that's our goal to raise by the end of the year right now, we're
"nortel" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast
"We're reading the tea leaves yes it's a second half story so there was a great article in the cf institute enterprising investor this week from slow nortel and it was a group of what eighteen different chart crimes which were this was amazing i wish i would have thought of this is one of those pieces that i really wish i would have written it was terrific it's so easy to use charts and statistics to back up any case that you want and in i think a lot of people actually agree with a lot of them which is which is kind of sad but this was perfect so one of the most pernicious chart primes we see this all the time i actually wrote about this recently is okay if you overlay to charts there's only three directions lines can go they can go up to go down they could go sideways so it's very very easy to line of two charts and come to the conclusion so one of the things that i did was i overly two lines it looked exactly like and one of them was like the dow the dow from the nineteen fifties and altria from the nineteen eighty s and boy do they look alike and yeah and they have nothing to do with each other that my favorite one is always of course the nineteen eighty seven in which someone puts out a chart that shows the year leading up to the crash nineteen eightyseven overlays a chart that is right on the precipice of that same in a tweet out just saying on average on average every three weeks we see nineteen eightyseven chart that's that's probably about right in the other good one is the the s and p five hundred versus the fed's balance sheet which thousands of crime because that's true that is be careful what you wish for my favorite and this this wasn't sloan didn't pull this from her post but it was the hours of work by the sp five hundred i love this one so the implication is that this pete in two thousand and of course there's a red circle and then a crash and then in two thousand sixteen whatever this is from there's a red circle and i think we all know what happens next we've seen this movie before yes.
"nortel" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Yeah that's that's the underlying thing right and you wanna protect yourself from people that's gonna come and take whatever yours and people want to you know try to arm themselves when data that mystical magical day happens which is trying to take shit away from anybody at all man you know and it's and we at some point and also daniel here's the other thing it comes down and we said it before it comes down to the nra now again money yeah nra is a lot yeah it's there there are a lobbying organization where it is a business it is a business to put guns and people's hands it is a business and keep the best interest and the people who are their best interests as a priority and so all these people say don't take shit away from me it's a threat to their business if they disrupt that even if it's at the even if it's at the loss of innocent children and i'm not talking about teenagers i'm talking about seven six five year old kids we don't get it fucked that's fun yeah not care what anybody says a nortel people always listen to adults follow what they say listen to reasonable adults because had the delta in this country a crazy and they don't give a fuck about kids women children anybody at a babies animals as long as my interest of being served that's the way it is i have never seen such a sickening time in history where people say hype hit hypocritically kit children off future america's about the people we don't give a fuck about people and that's just the way it is tested he let me just tell you that that's why you don't hey you kiss keep marching out there yuk keep sitting down for the national anthem.
"nortel" Discussed on Absolute Advantage
"Okay um and then from barry kind of it was interesting because people always think well you know you probably do similar things as you start other companies well the next company i had was a telecommunications company cool thing about that one was it was right in the midst of all those all the ramp up of the internet so telecommunications companies like sprint reisen and sbc in loosened a nortel they couldn't get enough installers to install the equipment they needed for the internet it so literally we got in bobby hired really great installers and walked into these these companies and said just gives one just gives one job and will show you can do it on time and under budget and sure enough next time next time they they had worked for somebody they had they gave his twelve twelve jobs and then they gave us fifty jobs and then they gave us a hundred job so it was just it was an unbelievable ramp up it was just it was really fun is so then from there i really should really just taking some time off to decide what my next step was an a couple of my old clients kimun said we know you're bored pm we just know use of consulting for us and i did an so six other friends of mine came up and they said pm you know rules will start a company of consultants because we all do different functional area so we can all work together at a less nutrition idea never knowing that thirteen years later a.
"nortel" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"As i like it's about as saying that locally i know is big business there this is a throwback to a question i've asked on podcast but i came here that was university and say is universities say what makes to kyle's you can that in better taylor receive tmc martin does a guy the tv cal's yeah so if he made does nortel man i think we have talked about at once we have our cows and diversity to see it martin they're elsewhere to someone someone tweeted at us that there were elsewhere talked about in weird were they are bred with uh basically a hole in their side so that they can study how their five stomachs were five stomachs as four or five ya ya but anyway i ram guialdo hail now just one shitty one yeah i mean how is that not a fucking iis nets crazy you said our was it was like you just have a buck guy his your book are bug i always get our from frying honor i guess it's like in louisville up an industry pops up it is unregulated at first right that will never got regulation aatish they they just never got around to do it hamilton out i think it stayed so quiet because we as humans at least in america it won't fuck with all that and i think we are discreet naturally about dead body do you know what i mean it's like the faroe home is quiet you know what i mean like like that's one is interesting about new orleans hell out there dan funerals are going back to that but anyway i think if people were in the business of selling by a legit like we sell universities we get permission we do it above board.
"nortel" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark
"We strive to get those jobs but have amazon control those jobs we need to recognize that we have all of the capability in the talent and the infrastructure to strive for gold and business and we know we can do it we have done it before rim who is a global lee dominant company and the handset industry wires had now obviously the outcome is not what anyone us would like to have seen but nortel is another example and again not an outcome that we would like to have seen but we know we can do it when we set our minds to it so we just need to set our minds to going for gold and business so what does that looks like an eu talked bet a couple of really good examples like god shop if i and who tweet what does it take to take us to that next level i think that the aspiration gap is best summed up in the fashion that we've we've for a long time been a branch plan a in a colony and been a branch planned economy and so it's really a boat resetting are thinking at all levels and also corners of the economy and not just the innovation ecosystem but everywhere in the economy why as i said or the right on we have a canadian car that's what i mean by the aspiration gap there's no reason that i can find why that that is other than that we have this idea that uh being too loud too proud is is such an american thing and do sound obnoxious and and we cringe rage when when you hear a americans what we consider to be just over the top uh boastful since we don't do it but that modesty that we have really comes at a price at today's world were competing in a global marketplace and whether it's china or the united states or it's the emerging economies those people are going for the win and we just need to buckle on a go for the win our cells so finally what would you like to see happen in terms of the homegrown tech sector would it what do you think we need to.
"nortel" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"But how you find it consisting quo story the benefits from one of the most implacable secular transat their global warming a you may think the whole idea of climate change is a hoax cut love you but as i said earlier in the show the numbers are numbers when it comes to the heat to here's the bottom line i like copies of prosper thanks to big picture themes that's exactly what pool corpus doing plus shorter term the end of the drought in california couple with the beginning but could be a very long hot summer make this stock very attractive right here right now charles's south carolina charles don't carry moore bucked but through your unlike in that what's happening you'd better carnival than on a really nice the trend in the deal they by the bright all better than sings better than sing this nice little pull back there you go david lloyd gave moore will you know the nfl preseason has not even begun yet it already i am i all sean jeffries back can you arrange that well i i don't know man i when i get my talked team got off don't forget it's mac holland's he was marred ticket the draft the fourthround he wide receiver nortel he will ever be late because and i'll have to draft tim indeed in the slump particularly which of course is our fantasy program what's going on to my start today is scheduled to grow pure you liked to stack and saw plenty of runway ahead ideal tonic equipment sales on supply to support the growing medical marijuana business now approved in total state in the district of columbia last month the company reported q one results disappointing analyst estimates some both revenue and earnings surge to jim or should we address she was envidia can 'some g grow higher from here.
"nortel" Discussed on Ambition Today
"Intel hewlettpackard ever probably lesser canadian don't even know about this stuff so i went into engineering initially didn't actually really like it um but also ended up spend a lot of my time doing everything by class because the reality is especially the early years of engineer score pretty pretty boring um so i wrote for the student newspaper or i was on student government i went to the march to the bars i i did a lot of it off other than than the clauses which i really lesson really enjoying an ended up actually flunking at my second year of engineering while so would attracted use silicon valley than wire encounter did you move right after no after a afflicted out of engineering i transferred computer science major i got a so you know i didn't look like a complete look on high rebel loser and went to ottawa which was where at the times called the owner of the research which was the r d arm of nortel which no longer actually exists because in subsequent years eventually after the optical bubble burst they went bankrupt and were snapped up by by competitors didn't noon pieces but back in the day nortel wasn't eighty thousand person companies global telecom company headquartered in canada and was really sort of canada's hewlettpackard cisco intel all in one and i didn't really know that's looking valley i didn't really know but it start up so that just seemed like the place to go to work.