Flex, SAP, Avaya and Dell all feature in February’s Gigabit Magazine – now live

By Tom Wadlow
February’s edition of Gigabit Magazine is now live and available to read. This month’s first feature is an exclusive interview with CTO of tech gia...

February’s edition of Gigabit Magazine is now live and available to read.

This month’s first feature is an exclusive interview with CTO of tech giant Flex, Dr Kevin Kettler, who talks all things disruption. “5G will be a big disruptor and if we look back eight years from now, we won’t be able to imagine life without what it has enabled,” he tells Tamsin Oxford.

Other insights on AI come from experts at NVIDIA, SAP, PwC and more, while in-depth interviews with Dell and Avaya can also be found in this packed issue. Find out how Avaya has completely overhauled its supply chain operations, transforming it from what it dubbed ‘worst-in-class’ to best-in-class, largely thanks to smart implementation of technology through a carefully-managed network of vendor partners.

This month’s top 10 looks at the most important CIOs and CTOs from around the world, while our updated events list will inform you on what dates to book out in your diaries.

On top of this, our deep-dives into the digital transformations shaping real businesses this month come from ZTE, Avaya, Flowserve, Aecon and more.

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