Arnaud Caron

Arnaud Caron

Head of Architecture & Orchestration, Video Processing & Delivery Portfolio, Ericsson
Arnaud Caron is responsible for defining the architecture transition of the Ericsson Video Processing & Delivery portfolio to components in line with the microservices and cloud approach accelerating Media Innovation and enabling orchestration for operations. From the Envivio acquisition, he joined Ericsson 2 years+ ago. Arnaud's 15 years in the Media and Video industry include roles as Solution Architect and Innovation leader within Accenture, Nokia Siemens Networks and Technicolor, covering IPTV, broadcast, mobile and OTT domains. Throughout his career, he has helped his clients and colleagues look to the future and embrace innovation. With more than 15 years of experience, he has conceived, planned, and executed large-scale initiatives and transitions enabling continuous evolution of the solutions and the market the next generation. He usually thinks outside the traditional but very committed to making the reality happen.
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