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The 5 Graphs You Meet in Telecos

09.03.2013
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Communication companies are an obvious fit for graphs, as so many of the critical data sets in telecommunications are graphs. From the network graph, to the social graph, to the call center graph, and the master data graph, Telcos worldwide have begun to use graph databases to achieve competitive gain. Neo4j provides thousand-fold performance improvements and massive agility benefits over relational databases, enabling new levels of performance and insight. Join us for a webcast, presented by Philip Rathle, that discusses the five graphs of telecommunications, and how companies like Deutsche Telekom, Maaii, Telenor and HP are now using graph databases in their everyday business.

Speaker: Philip Rathle, Senior Director of Products, Neo Technology
Philip spent over a decade as a solution architect focusing on data warehousing and BI strategy, building IT solutions for some of the world’s largest companies. He started his career at Accenture, and joined Tanning Technology as a Lead Consultant. Tanning was one the world's most highly regarded database consultancies of the time, ranked #1 globally among SIs by Forrester.

Philip’s work in Telecommunications includes large-scale data warehouse implementations at Ameritech (now AT&T) and MCI Worldcom. As Senior Director of Products for Neo Technology, Philip has a passion for building great products that help users solve tomorrow's challenges, leveraging the connections in their existing data to provide increased insight and operational performance. His prior product management experience includes metadata management tool ER/Studio, the InterBase database, and a Customer Data Integration startup.