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About ComSoc

This committee (CNOM) focuses on network and service operations and management. It encourages the exchange of information on the operational and technical management aspects of public and private networks for voice, data, image, and video, and organizes and sponsors publications and discussions of these topics. Specific technical interests include automation of network operations, customer network management and control, knowledge-based technologies, real-time management of networks, network-operations architecture, service management, and end-to-end management across several jurisdictional boundaries.

Chair | Filip De Turck
Vice Chair | Laurent Ciavaglia
Technical Program Chair | Carol Fung
Secretary | Carlos Raniery
Standards Liaison | Marcus Brunner
Student Competition Program | Abdelkader Lahmadi

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