Digital Transformation World

May 14th - 16th 2018

We help network operators around the world enhance their operations to effectively cater to the digital enterprise. With real-time location intelligence and predicative analytics, our customers are able to map strategic network routes to maximize sales resources and serviceability.

Key Discussions at Digital Transformation World This year’s conference will go down several paths addressing key disruptions in the telecom space, including the operators shift to digital, network functions virtualization (NFV) and software defined networking (SDN), and how to serve increasingly digital customers. A few of the key discussions will be around these themes:

Competing in the Digital Economy The infrastructure of internet service providers and network operators has allowed over-the-top providers, those who sell streaming content directly to consumers over the internet, to thrive and earn the largest share of digital transformation profits. Discussions at Digital Transformation World will focus on how telecoms can more effectively participate in the digital economy to earn a greater share of profits through partnerships and enhanced services.

Delivering Relevant Service at the Right Time Network operators are serving enterprises that are becoming increasingly digital, constantly requiring more bandwidth. This need for connectivity provides immense opportunity to operators, but only if they are aware of, and participating in the changing market. Conversations at this conference will focus on answering the question of how to use data driven strategy to deliver the right services at the right time.

SDN & NFV These technologies that enable network virtualization will be major topics of conversation at this year’s conference as operators seeks to modernize their service delivery methods, specifically, talks will direct operators in how to move out of the planning stage to deploy this technology.


Start : May 14th

End : May 16th

Venue: Acropolis Convention Center, Nice, France