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With the growing convergence of communications networks – moving from purpose-built, hardware-driven networks to converged, all-IP, agile and scalable software-centric networks – new service offerings, innovations in technology, and unfamiliar business models will define the network of the future.
To compete within this industry transition, unfamiliar partners and business models must be explored. For service providers looking to maintain profitability, Quality of Service, Quality of Experience and the creation of additional revenue streams through new Value-Added Services will be the key differentiators for success. For equipment providers, differentiation within a marketplace that is seeking vendor-agnostic interoperability will require greater collaboration with partners from across the supply chain and the upselling of new Managed Service offerings.
TIA 2015 Network for the Future will engage all of the players within this changing industry landscape through a highly interactive and future-oriented conference experience that captures actionable outcomes so that today’s communications professionals can ready themselves for the technologies, business models, and regulatory environment that will shape the industry in the next three to five years.
Participants will have the opportunity to meet, learn from, and collaborate with:
- Network operators who are exploring ways to maintain profitability, Quality of Service, Quality of Experience and the creation of additional revenue streams through new value-added services and cloud-based platforms.
- Manufacturers and suppliers who realize that to differentiate themselves within a marketplace that favors vendor-agnostic interoperability they must find routes for greater collaboration with partners up and down the supply chain and the upselling of new managed services and offerings to network operators and enterprise clients.
- Enterprise innovators who are ready to take advantage of opportunities for transformation enabled by Information and Communications Technology (ICT) – connecting people in new ways, improving efficiencies and increasing margins – and made more accessible as the availability of open source solutions and network convergence continues to reduce barriers to adoption.
For more information, please visit TIA 2015 Network of the Future.