Breakfast Briefing: Emerging Markets Another BRIC in the Wall?
10 April 2012, 8:30 - 11:30am, 76 Portland Place, London
For operators looking to exploit options outside their domestic market, BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) are not the only emerging markets to watch. We examine the hottest markets and regions, and how opportunities vary by location.
World Vendor Awards
26 April 2012, Jumeirah Carlton Tower, London
The third annual WVA are centred on the theme ‘designing the future.’ This reflects the way in which hardware, software and solutions providers for telecom operators are fundamental in driving innovation in global communications. In many respects, they are responsible for how the industry develops and delivers new products and services. They are literally designing the future. Entries are now closed.
Breakfast Briefing: Cloud Security
3 May 2012, 8:30 - 11:30am, 76 Portland Place, London
Cloud has become one of the hottest topics in telecoms, but the biggest concern is security. Hear from leading proponents in this area, and discuss with those who are actually addressing the issues.
Total Telecom Wireless World
12-13 June 2012, London
Building on the success of our first conference, Total Telecom World, Total Telecom are delighted to announce the launch of Total Telecom Wireless World, a new 2 day conference addressing the fundamental issues faced by the mobile communications industry. Produced by Total Telecom, the leaders in news analysis and insight for global communications, this event is editorially driven and founded on 15+ years of experience. Total TeleVision will be on-site providing exclusive coverage and executive interviews at the event.
Asia Communication Awards 2012
20 June 2012, Singapore
The Asia Communication Awards recognise the achievements of Asian telecoms companies and the individuals responsible for the innovations, achievements and great new services that are helping to build tomorrows industry. The Awards are open to all telecommunication businesses; whether they are providers, traditional carriers, service providers, multimedia content providers, vendors, or another organisation providing a communication service.
Breakfast Briefing: Wholesale Market Update
4 July 2012, 8:30 - 11:30am, 76 Portland Place, London
The business is changing from just selling capacity to offering countless services to enable the entire telecom market. We will bring together leading carriers, emerging players and wholesale thought leaders, to look at what is happening in this fast moving sector.
Breakfast Briefing: Olympics – A Gold Medal Effort?
13 September 2012, 8:30 - 11:30am, 76 Portland Place, London
The games are over, so how did communications fair? Was it a gold medal effort, or did telecoms fall at the first hurdle?
Breakfast Briefing: Backhaul Solutions for Service Providers
18 September 2012, 8:30 - 11:30am, 76 Portland Place, London
As volumes of data continue to grow on mobile networks, backhaul remains front of mind for service providers. Of late small cells have come to the fore as a viable method of backhaul, but even here lots of solutions compete for attention. Breakfast with Total Telecom examines the issues and the alternatives for service providers looking for backhaul solutions? Breakfast Briefing: M2M
9 October 2012, 8:30 - 11:30am, 76 Portland Place, London
From remote monitoring to healthcare, advertising, and fleet management, the scope of M2M is extensive and according to Machina Research will increase 12-fold in the next decade. Although the addressable revenue opportunity is estimated at €210 billion in 2020, mobile operators are expected to take just €40 billion. We discuss why this is and how mobile operators can take their fair share.
Breakfast Briefing: The Data Centre Opportunity
1 November 2012, 8:30 - 11:30am, 76 Portland Place, London
Cloud computing, the rise of big data and the demand for analytics is driving renewed interest in and demand for data centres from telecoms, content, and enterprise users. Service providers are well placed to capitalise on this opportunity as they seek to explore new business models.Total Telecom World
13-14 November 2012, Royal Lancaster Hotel, London
Total Telecom World identifies future challenges and gives practical guidance on how to tackle them, leaving you equipped for the road ahead. It is the perfect opportunity to discuss the short and long term future of the industry and to network with senior level executives. If you want to know where communications is heading, this event is not to be missed.
World Communication Awards
13 November 2012, Royal Lancaster Hotel, London
The World Communication Awards recognise the companies and individuals responsible for the innovations, achievements and great new services that are helping to build tomorrows industry. The Awards are open to all communications providers, whether they are traditional carrier, service provider, multimedia content provider or another organisation providing a communication service. The World Communication Awards maintain their fiercely protected independence and focus on the big issues, while encouraging more entries from communications providers across the globe, both large and small, to ensure the awards can truly claim ’world’ status.
Breakfast Briefing: Content – Location Based Services
29 November 2012, 8:30 - 11:30am, 76 Portland Place, London
Operators have the relationship with the customer and a multitude of unique data assets. Join us to examine the opportunities surrounding Location Based Services and discuss how to monetise the opportunity, rather than it becoming another part of the content discussion where operators are bit-part players.
Breakfast Briefing: Capitalising on Copper – the opportunity for service providers
11 December 2012, 8:30 - 11:30am, 76 Portland Place, London
New technologies are offering service providers the chance to get more life out of existing copper infrastructure. Compared to deploying fibre, this saves money, is relatively quick and easy, and isn’t subject to the same regulatory influence.