Wednesday, 21 November 2018

Webinars

 

FEATURED WEBINAR
How Airtel Helped Operators to monetize A2P messaging 
Over the last few years’ leading ISV’s, Content companies, e-commerce firms and organizations from other varied industries ranging from automobiles to transportation to healthcare have increasingly started using SMS as a platform to communicate with their customers. This has resulted in an explosion in the adoption of SMS as a medium of choice for sending one-time passwords (OTPs), two-factor authentications (2FA), transaction alerts, promotional marketing messages, and delivery confirmations, to name a few. According to research firm Ovum, the number of A2P messages sent is expected to touch a staggering 2.2 trillion this year.
 
However, operators are losing a substantial chunk of the revenue from A2P messaging to entities which use grey routes to terminate the traffic. 
 
Join Airtel to learn about how to monetize A2P SMS traffic with robust SMS firewall solution points. 
 
You will learn:
 
- Explosion of A2P Messaging
- A2P Ecosystem and Recent Trends
- A2P Messaging Fraud
- Managed SMS Firewall Solution to the Rescue
- How Airtel Helped Operator’s to monetize
 

 

 

RECENT WEBINARS
Getting to gigabit with unlicensed mmWave 
Obstacles get in the way of achieving 100% coverage with fiber and the industry has responded with copper, coax and Fixed Wireless Access solutions to extend gigabit services to areas where no fiber has gone before. The promise of 5G has  brought Fixed Wireless Access into the forefront again.  But what about operators that have not invested in spectrum? One of the most promising wireless technologies is WiGig (60Ghz 802.11ad) which can drive gigabit speeds to end users. Since it uses unlicensed spectrum, WiGig is available to any operator including traditional fixed operators that don’t currently own any licensed spectrum.
 
 

 

Validating the SD-Access Promise: Operator Use Cases 
Service providers are desperately trying to stay relevant as over the top (OTT) content providers vie for subscriber mindshare. At the same time, due to competitive price pressures service providers need to reduce the cost of deploying and operating the new technologies they require to support subscriber demand for bandwidth.
 
 

 

The Building Blocks of Telco Transformation
Featuring: Ronan Kelly, CTO EMEA & APAC Regions at ADTRAN and Michael Dargue, Principal Consultant at Cartesian   
The telecommunications industry is changing as new access technologies and open, software-defined architectures allow for a more flexible and scalable access infrastructure. At the same time, the CSPs are realizing the power of the “Network Effect” and looking to new approaches to monetizing their network investments.
 
This webinar focused on some of the key elements that will influence telco transformation in the near future, and will determine which operators bathe in success, and which ones being consumed in the pool of consolidation.

 

How professional services play an essential role in service provider digital transformation
recorded Jan 20, 2017   
Michael Sullivan-Trainor: Executive Strategy Analyst, Technology Business Research 
Emmanuel Amamoo-Otchere: CMO - Carrier Software Service, Huawei 

 

Commercializing NFV – is vCPE the first step
Recorded 22 November 2016
Featuring:
Ilan Tevet, Head of Service Provider Line of Business for RAD
Elizabeth Bavin, Solutions Marketing Manager for Amdocs

 

Learn Why Hyper Innovation is Critical for 5G IoT Success
Recorded 3 November 2016
Steve Corcoran, Head of Strategy, Mitel Mobility

 

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