Wednesday 29th February, 2012
1:45pm to 3:15pm
Many developed telecoms markets are struggling against static or declining ARPUs, while operators in emerging markets typically serve low-ARPU customers from the start. Cutting the cost of deploying and managing infrastructure is a valuable profit enabler. However, demand on the networks is growing throughout the globe, making cost reductions harder to effect.
In today’s environment of austerity, operators are rethinking business models, searching out new solutions and revisiting old ones to deliver lower-cost networks. This session highlights some of the most outstanding examples of ingenuity and shows how operators around the world can employ similar measures.
CTO, Aircom International
CTO, MTS Russia
VP & Head of Product Area Managed Services Business Unit Global Services, Ericsson
VP Wireless Marketing, Huawei
VP, Kineto Wireless
CEO, Ruckus Wireless
VP Global Technology Policy, Cisco
3:45pm Networks: Delivering Quality of Experience, Despite Capacity Constraints by Khalid Al Kaf, Dan Warren, Jeffrey Glueck, Labib Shalak, Van Jacobson, Atul Bhatnagar, Marc Zionts, Jongtae Ihm, Jeff Gordon and John Aalbers
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