Paul Greendyk is responsible for the architecture, design, and delivery of AT&T’s Mobile Core and Network Services, delivering the network capabilities and services across the AT&T Communications business, including Consumer, Enterprise, Internet of Things, and Government sectors. Paul has been a leader in designing and delivering AT&T’s Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) strategy, and is also leading all 5G core development.
Paul has an expansive set of experiences and responsibilities in his accomplishments spanning his 32 year career at AT&T, including AT&T’s Mobility Evolved Packet Core Design and Development, AT&T’s IP/MPLS Core Network Design & Development, Strategic Operations and Reliability Planning, Network Architecture Planning, Network Quality and Reliability Planning, Internet Services Technology and Operations Planning, Transport & Switching Technology and Operations Planning, and Data Network Synchronization Design.
Paul holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering fromColumbiaUniversity. He has numerous awards and patents, including the prestigious AT&T Labs Science and Technology Medal for his work in IP network reliability and maintainability.