Service Assurance and the Cloud: Pragmatic Implementation Strategies for CSPs

Date: Thursday November 9th Time: 4.00 p.m GMT /  11.00 a.m ET Service Assurance (SA) like many other network capabilities is undergoing a period of profound change as it adjusts to the realities of the cloud era. These realities stem from a shift where services will be delivered, as well as even a shift in […]

Revenue Management: Enabling the Digital Service Provider Evolution – CSP Survey Analysis

Date: Wednesday, November 08 Time: 09:00 AM GMT The ability to monetize new services quickly and reliably has always been the focus for Revenue Management teams within Communication Service Providers. However, the digital transformation of their businesses is now challenging existing capabilities and driving a whole new set of expectations for revenue management. As an industry we […]

BSS is Being Re-Imagined – What Does this Mean to Your Business?

BSS is being turned on its head. This is being driven by telcos changing their business models and vendors evolving how they develop and offer solutions. But how does this effect the current BSS and IT operations of a telco? How can they manage through this change and meet the daily challenges and never ending requests from marketing and the business?

MoCA Access™: Multi-Gigabit and Beyond

With data speeds accelerating across the globe, service providers are embracing gigabit-to-the-home as the mantra of their broadband access network design and implementation. However, there are numerous paths to the gigabit future and all the available technologies are all quite rich in their benefits and quite vulnerable in their deficiencies. The Multimedia over Coax Alliance, MoCA, best known as a home networking standards body, introduced MoCA Access in June 2017 so that operators can leverage the technology’s inherent and well-known performance, reliability and use of existing coaxial cabling, all of which have become key requirements for broadband access design and implementation.

How to fall in love with VoLTE!

Date: Thursday, October 12, 2017 Time:  3pm UK BST/ 10am USA EDT How to fall in love with VoLTE! Easy for you, unforgettable for your customer! In this webinar we will draw on Nokia’s global experience with VoLTE technology and discuss best practice deployment and optimization methodolgies for operators that want to achieve fast, trouble-free service launch. […]

Wireless & Wired – Building a Converged Network

Date: November 7th Time: 3pm London, 10am New York 5G is coming, and service providers are building extensive fiber access networks to reach small cells, radios with CRAN fronthaul and other wireless nodes at the network edge. Our previous webinar, “Network Convergence, the Future of Central Offices,”  looked at the consequences of convergence for the […]

Customer Experience in Telecommunications: Defining the Gaps & How to Close Them

LogMeIn recently worked with Forrester on a research study into the telco industry on what drives satisfaction and dissatisfaction for their customers in Europe. We surveyed over 3,500 customers and interviewed a number of senior members of the telco industry to gain an understanding of what the telco industry thinks versus how the customer feels when it comes to customer experience. Join us on this webinar to hear from Dan Bieler, an analyst at Forrester, as he gives an overview of the key findings from the research.

Network Convergence & the Future of Central Offices

C-RAN deployments are gaining momentum, and 5G is on the horizon. To maximize asset utilization and simplify infrastructure, service providers are considering the convergence of their wireline and wireless networks.In addition, the development of software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) may mean big changes for the Central Office. How big? Explore the impact of network convergence and the approaching passive infrastructure challenges on your Central Office.

Instant Gratification with Open Source: A Video on Demand Odyssey

In this webinar, we will discuss how the diversity of content and popularity of high-definition video have caused an exponential rise in demand for media services delivered by telecommunication and media organizations alike. Subsequently, this development has paved the way for cloud-ready content delivery systems that allow users to view videos on-demand across a wide range of mobile and stationary devices.

Smart Cities: Analyzing the Opportunities & Threats for Telcos

Despite all the hype over the Internet of Things, consumer-based IoT applications have not exactly captured the public’s imagination yet. But IoT is already making a notable impact in the smart buildings area as industrial applications begin to curry favor with both large cities and real estate developers. In this webinar, we will look at the opportunities that smart buildings and other smart cities infrastructure projects offer for telcos and the challenges they face in pursuing such industrial IoT deployments.

Building edge to cloud IoT solutions with Red Hat

IoT presents great opportunities but challenges abound as multiple players, led by cloud service providers, are already delivering compelling IoT solutions. Telcos can bring unique value to IoT by offering services close to the edge of the network. Learn how Telcos can deliver this unique IoT solution using commercial grade open source software from Red Hat.

VSAT system Challenges 2017-2025

This webinar will go through the dramatic evolution that the Satellite Broadband market place is undergoing with HTS satellites, pointing out the new challenges, as well as the new generation SATCOM technologies developed to fully exploit HTS satellite capabilities, in order to deliver new generation broadband satellite services.

Identifying and Eliminating Interference in Mobile Networks

This webinar will examine the different sources of interference in mobile networks and consider their impact on capacity and subscriber Quality of Experience. The focus will be on external interference, and how to identify, locate and eliminate it. Real network measurement data will be shared and a definitive procedure for interference hunting including demonstrations of test equipment in field use provided.

What lessons can telecoms learn from DevOps and IT?

In this webinar, Chief Technology Strategist, E.G. Nadhan, Global Chief Architect for Telco, Ian Hood, and Principal Solution Architect EMEA, S.M. Shaaf, will engage in an interesting dialogue on how telcos can conceptually apply valuable IT concepts, such as DevOps, to position themselves to be more agile, flexible and competitive in the near future.

Boosting mobile video quality with analytics

Nokia Predictive Optimization for Video uses patented algorithms to analyse how network performance impacts video delivery and quality of experience. This industry-first service helps mobile operators determine the most profitable way to handle exponential video traffic growth and increasing subscriber expectations.

75 Use Cases To Boost Your Business

A service provider’s business support systems (BSS) are crucial in enabling innovation, increasing revenues and reducing churn. Everyday new ideas and use cases are developed on how to use these systems to win new business. Openet will be presenting these ideas alongside operator examples of these use cases.

Open Standards – Enabling NFC Convergence

http://telcoms.s3.amazonaws.com/Webinars2015/InfineonOct2016.mp4 Nowadays, cellphones are increasingly being used as transaction tools – and not just as ways to communicate. Near Field Communication (NFC) is one of the key technologies supporting transactions via mobile phones. NFC is extending the concept of personal mobility by bringing contactless applications like payment, transport ticketing, access control, loyalty, eID and many […]

How NFV, SDN and Cloud Can Reinvent The Datacentre

Networks today are described too often as closed, proprietary, complex, operationally expensive and inflexible. In a nutshell, they impede innovation rather than enabling it. NFV, SDN, and the elasticity of commodity cloud is the premise behind CORD (Central Office Re-architected as a Datacentre). Aimed at bringing datacentre economics and cloud agility to the Telco Central Office, CORD allows operators to manage their Central Offices using declarative modelling languages for agile, real-time configuration of new customer services.

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