The Telecom sector is on a revolutionary journey that is challenging the traditional operating structures and business models. As enterprises and consumers are gearing up towards unlocking the possibilities of a high bandwidth-low latency experience; the telecom service providers are moving faster to ensure that they are well prepared to face the change of the future. Upgrading existing networks and planning new networks that are flexible, scalable, reliable, intelligent and sustainable have become leading priorities for Telecom companies across the globe.

Decommissioning and migration are the key factors disrupting the telecommunication space and its adoption, is enabling operators to provide better networks, operations, and connectivity. Removal of obsolete equipment and networks are driving new innovative use cases across both revenue acceleration and cost optimization. Deep-rooted collaboration between the Telecom ecosystem of operators, equipment manufacturers, and system integrators is key towards building and scaling the network of the future that will be driving the next era of growth for the telecommunication industry.

Key Discussion Areas

  • What are the key focus areas for telecom operators as they transform legacy networks and build greener future-proof networks?
  • How a greener network would benefit environment, as well as company business/profit?
  • What are the challenges of network decommissioning, migration and modernization?
  • How digital technologies such as cloud, IoT, AI etc. are helping operators in this transformation journey?
  • How should the ecosystem (Operators, Equipment manufacturers, Start-ups, System Integrators) collaborate closely to build a network of the future?



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