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Olga Shapiro
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Olga Yashkova-Shapiro is Program Manager for the Frost & Sullivan Communications Test & Measurement practice. She focuses on next generation services monitoring and analyzing emerging trends, technologies and market behavior in the telecommunications test & measurement industry.

Since joining Frost & Sullivan in 2005, Olga Yashkova-Shapiro has completed several research studies and consulting projects on M2M Wireless Test, Wireless Test Equipment Market, Service Assurance Market, World Multi-play Test and Monitoring Equipment Market, World LTE Test Equipment Market, 40/100 GbE Test Equipment Market, World Network Monitoring & Management Solution Market for Enterprises, World IMS Test & Monitoring Equipment Market, World DPI Test Equipment Market among many others.

 Prior to joining Frost & Sullivan, Olga conducted several market studies for Portland General Electric, a leading electric company in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. She performed quantitative research and marketing analysis of the company's business customers. Also, she assisted in the development of effective market strategies by providing strategic analysis.

Olga Yashkova has received acclaim for her research through articles and quotes published in various publications.

To connect with Olga, contact Jeannette Garcia, Frost & Sullivan, Corporate Communications at Jeannette.Garcia@frost.com or 210.477.8427.



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