Amsterdam RAI, Netherlands
This dedicated event will bring together professionals representing the operators, vendors, enterprises, devices and academic communities, to discuss the future of the 5G network. Join us and hear the latest updates in standards & legislation along with operator case studies.
Faigrounds Koelnmesse, Congress Center East, Cologne, Germany
Exhibition and Congress for Broadband, Cable & Satellite provides a broadband focused market place for network operators, vendors and content providers all over Europe.
Key topics are Next Generation Networks, Content Delivery, Smart TV, Multiscreen, Video on Demand and Connected Home.
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
At CommunicAsia2015, the latest innovative technologies from Big Data, Business Analytics, Cloud technologies, IoT, to Zigbee will be unveiled. These advances are poised to change the way we live and work.
Hyatt Regency, Dallas , Texas
The Network of the Future is the platform that will power the digital revolution.
Cipriani Wall Street, New York City
The "anti-tradeshow" industry networking event designed to navigate enterprise and carrier network operators through all carrier hotels and colocation houses available in the US and globally.
Our core event philosophy is simple: to connect networks with the people behind these networks while maintaining a true, neutral playing field where all can meet, be inspired and conduct business.
The original Data Warehouse architecture of the 1980s separated decision support from day-to-day business operations. This supported Decision-Making needs at the time and was easily implemented on then emerging technologies, such as relational databases. However, todays Business needs fully integrated processes, closely linking information and activities from all areas of the Enterprise. Decision-Making and Action-Taking are tightly bound. Business cycles are dramatically shorter and span company boundaries. So far, Enterprise IT, including Business Intelligence, has responded slowly and incoherently.
TORONTO (Reuters) - The Canadian government said on Tuesday it had raised C$755.4 million ($627.77 million) in a 2500-megahertz spectrum auction set to boost telecom coverage in rural areas across the vast country.
Telus Corp, one of Canada's three biggest telecom companies, emerged as the big winner from the auction. It paid C$478.8 million for 122 licenses across the country, snagging over 40 percent of the licenses sold through the auction.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China has included cybersecurity in a draft national security law, the latest in a string of moves by Beijing to bolster the legal framework protecting the country's information technology.
China has recently advanced a wave of policies to tighten cybersecurity after former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden disclosed that U.S. spy agencies planted code in American tech exports to snoop on overseas targets.
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Chuck Robbins, the veteran salesman chosen by Cisco Systems Inc to succeed legendary CEO John Chambers, must prove he has the technical knowledge to chart a new course and lead the network equipment maker into the new world of cloud-based computing.
Cisco, like tech stalwarts Hewlett-Packard Co and IBM, is trying to branch out from its core business into software, security and datacenters to capitalize on the explosion of remote computing.
MADRID (Reuters) - Telefonica's move to hike prices in Spain is a bold bet that could finally draw a line under a six-year slump, cut the firm's reliance on Latin America and give it a leg up over rivals on the lucrative premium telecoms market, sources and analysts say.
The telecoms giant, whose revenues have dropped 13 percent worldwide and 42 percent in Spain since 2008, has focused on fewer markets, cut debt and invested in new high-speed networks and exclusive television contents to try and regain its mojo.