BCE Inc. is Canada’s largest communications company, consistently investing more than any competitor in innovation to provide a comprehensive and ground-breaking suite of broadband communications and content services to consumer, residential, business, not-for-profit and government customers in Canada.
Setting the industry pace in investments in advanced networks and media content – $3.77 billion in 2016 alone – Bell offers services under the Bell, Bell Aliant and Bell MTS brands. These include fibre-based IPTV and the country’s fastest high speed Internet services, 4G LTE wireless that delivers unmatched speed, robust home phone services as well as business network and communications services, including data hosting and cloud computing through the country’s largest network of data centres.
We are quickly expanding our leading broadband Fibe network, including our Gigabit Fibe Internet footprint in Ontario, Québec, Atlantic Canada and, soon, Manitoba where we plan to make capital investments of $1 billion over the next 5 years. We also continually expand our 4G LTE and LTE Advanced mobile networks to provide access for more Canadians even as we increase network capacity, enabling speeds up to 750 Megabits per second to meet the growing demand for data.
Bell Media is Canada’s premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio, out of home and digital media, including CTV, Canada’s #1 television network, and the country’s most-watched specialty channels.
The Bell Let’s Talk mental health initiative promotes Canadian mental health with national awareness and anti-stigma campaigns like Bell Let’s Talk Day and significant Bell funding of community care and access, research, and workplace initiatives.
Tamer Shenouda, Director of Network Transformation, Bell Canada
Tamer Shenouda is director of Network Transformation at Bell. He leads Bell’s Network 3.0 initiative in the Network organization and is responsible for end-to-end network architecture, overall program management and network service orchestration. Network 3.0 is a transformation initiative addressing people, process and technology aiming to drastically improve service and operational agility as well as reduce costs in order to improve customer experience.
Tamer is co-chair with Facebook of the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) People & Process group. This group’s purpose is to help Telco’s through their transformation initiatives by enabling knowledge sharing and visibility into cultural, skills and process transformation efforts.
Tamer is also a member of the governing board for the Linux Foundation’s Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) project which provides a comprehensive platform for real-time, policy-driven orchestration and automation of physical and virtual network functions.
Tamer holds a bachelor degree in Computer Science and Software Engineering from Université du Québec and a mini-MBA from McGill University.