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Armando Pauker is a general partner at Apex Venture Partners focusing on enterprise and networking infrastructure. Here he discusses what he sees happening in the next few years.
Tom Lee, a product developer for U.S. Cellular, here he discusses three "customer need" areas that will drive telecom innovation.
Dr. Adam Cohen, who overseas research and operations as a lab director for physical sciences, here discusses the future of nuclear, solar and electric power.
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