József BÍRÓ is a senior research engineer at Nokia Bell Labs.
He received his M. Sc. degree in electrical engineering from Budapest University of Technology in 1990, with specialization in Measurement and Industrial Control Technologies. He started his professional career at the Hungarian Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics where he designed embedded software systems for scientific spacecrafts.
He joined Nokia Research Center in 1998, where he first specialized in Java technologies (JVM in particular) and helped the adoption of Java for mobile platforms. From 2004 onwards he worked on high availability technologies for telecommunication platforms. His related activities included industrial specification work in Service Availability Forum. Starting from 2010, he turned towards virtualization and cloud technologies, particularly dealing with the deployment and management of complex applications in the cloud. During this period he participated in the EU FP7 project 4CaaSt, where he was a task leader within a work package.
He is currently the member of Nokia Bell Labs “Telco Orchestration and Platforms” research department and his current focus is advanced end-to-end orchestration for telco cloud platforms, NFV and beyond, with strong outlook towards cognitive 5G systems.
József has multiple patents awarded and filed.