Monday, 25 September 2017

Webinars

FEATURED WEBINAR
The Building Blocks of Telco Transformation
Thu, Sep 28, 2017 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM BST   
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.
 
The webinar will cover:
 
1. Market and consumer forces that are driving the Gigabit chase across the world 
2. Symmetric Gigabit, 5th generation access technologies and the service implications of these technologies
3. SD-Access architectures and standards that form the foundation of flexible, programmable, and open access networks 
4. Principles and economics of the “Platforms Economy” that define how service providers can compete and succeed with next-generation access services.  

 

RECENT WEBINARS
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

 

 HOST YOUR OWN WEBINAR
 Webinar’s with Total Telecom provide a number of benefits for sponsors, including:
1. Driving leads
2. Positioning you as the leader in your field
3. Experience of industry experts
4. Cost and time efficient
5. Customer interaction
6. Brand exposure
7. Promotes green business
8. Provides stage for delivering complex information
 
To find out more email ads@totaltele.com
 Recent webinars have been created for: Amdocs, Anritsu, Dialogic, Juniper Networks, Mitel, Oracle, RAD, TalkTalk