Lee Rudolph and his team have responsibility for architecture, development, and delivery for AT&T’s mobility packet and voice core platforms, business VoIP core, as well as end to end Layer 4+ service architecture and delivery. Lee’s team is driving AT&T’s transition to the future through 5G and network function virtualization, on the way to fully cloud native platform and service architectures, distributed to the edge.
Previously, Lee served as Assistant Vice President Subscriber Product Engineering at AT&T, where he led a team responsible for the wireless product portfolio technical roadmap, development and certification of all devices approved to operate on AT&T’s wireless network.
Lee has almost 30 years of wireless and broadband experience, serving in numerous engineering, operations, program management, and planning roles over the years including AVP National RAN Engineering, and AVP West Region Engineering for AT&T. Prior to joining AT&T Lee led various technical teams and programs with Excite@Home, Verizon and GTE Mobilenet.
Lee holds a BSEE from The University of Michigan, sits on the board of 2 non-profit organizations, and enjoys traveling and spending time in the outdoors of the Pacific Northwest with his wife and 3 children.