Andrews O. NyantehPhD. Researcher at Brunel University London
A network infrastructure architect and developer and a PhD. Researcher in computer engineering at Brunel University London whose research interest includes areas such as Internet of Things (IoT), Software Defined Networking (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization, cloud networks unification and 5G networks. He has developed and implemented a host of network architectures and working algorithms to optimise resource utilization, reduce operational cost and cost of expenditure. Mr. Nyanteh has contributed to the development of a number of software defined cloud networks by integrating some properties of both software defined networks (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) in a single network infrastructure. These infrastructures leverage the co-operate advantages of SDN and NFV to reduce service level agreements (SLA) violations between cloud service providers and their service users.
Other contributions to development of the 5G technologies from Mr. Nyanteh include implementing artificial intelligent algorithms to predict future network resource utilization in datacentres for mission critical industries and developing a network virtualization hypervisor platform which has the capability to unify heterogeneous datacentres on a single platform. He is a member of British Computer Society (BCS), Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) and Society for Petroleum Engineers (SPE).
Areas of Expertise:
- Business Intelligence (BI) & Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Software Defined Technologies (SDN, NFV)
- Network Slicing and Virtualization
- Data Analytics
- Cloud Network Technologies