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Robin Automation Platform Cracks the Shortlist for 2020 Global Telecoms Awards

Blog | 10.12.2020 | 2 min read

Fernando Cerioni, VP of Product Management

Fernando has more than 20 years of experience in IT & Telecom with market leading companies, including Cisco Systems, Starent Networks, Motorola, Affirmed Networks and Parallel Wireless, being exposed to both VC-backed startups as well as established big companies. He joins Robin from Parallel Wireless where he led the Product Management team for the company’s virtualized RAN solutions. Throughout his career, Fernando held Product Strategy, Product Management, Business Development and Marketing roles for Cable Access, Voice over IP, Mobile Networks Packet Core and RAN / OpenRAN. He worked with global Tier 1 carriers on their network strategies and deployments. Fernando has an MBA from Babson College and MSEE from ITBA Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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The Robin Automation Platform is gaining traction with network operators worldwide and industry thought leaders are beginning to take note. We are thrilled to announce that the Robin Automation Platform has been named to the shortlist for the Automation Initiative of the Year at the 2020 Global Telecoms Awards. The GloTel Awards will take place online on Friday, November 6, and will recognize “innovation and excellence from any company involved in advancing and transforming today’s telecoms industry.” Given the judging panel, which consists of independent, senior industry experts, and the other innovators in the category, it is an honor for Robin to be considered and a significant accomplishment for our team.

For the Automation Initiative of the Year, the GloTel judges are evaluating the business and technology benefits of the Robin Automation Platform, which accelerates the deployment of complex applications as a service, such as 5G, RAN, big data and Databases, with easy, one-click deployment, scaling and life cycle management. Robin is proud to say that its Automation Platform is far from conceptual – it is actively in use and achieving results on behalf of a number of customers, including a large multinational mobile network operator, whose use case showcases a valuable real-world deployment for the GloTel judges.

We wish the best of luck to the other finalists in the Automation Initiative of the Year category and to all of the organizations involved in the upcoming GloTel Awards. Hope to “see” you on November 6th!

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