Webinar: 2015: The Service Provider Agenda. 2PM London/9AM New York
Sponsored by: GlobalData
Date: 10 December
Time: 2PM London/9AM New York
What does the year ahead promise in terms of carrier networks, services and technologies?
Circa 2015, telecom service providers face many challenges. How to serve increasingly demanding customers with new technologies? How to deploy those technologies? How to remain competitive in the face of OTT threats and price wars? How to think about innovation beyond traditional service offers? At the end of 2015, we won’t have answers to these questions. We will, however, see attempts to answer those questions via new service offers and network solutions, along with technology and device portfolio evolutions. Those attempts, in turn, will define the themes, topics and trends we spend the year talking about. They will shape the telecom competitive dynamic.
Current Analysis and Pyramid Research analysts spent 2014 working with diverse players across the telecom value chain, gaining a front row seat to the myriad changes shaping the market, and developing a view of what’s coming in the year ahead. In the first of two webinars to discussing 2015 predictions, our analysts will outline their view of what lies ahead, featuring:
Even if you already think you know what 2015 looks like, you’ll want to join us for a lively discussion of what those trends and themes mean, how they will impact you, and how you’ll need to respond.
Vice President, Consumer and Infrastructure
Peter is Vice President for the Current Analysis Consumer and Infrastructure services. Peter and his analyst team monitor and evaluate activities in the markets for Consumer Services and Devices, Digital Media, Fixed Access, IP Services, Mobile Access, and Transport and Routing Infrastructure, Telecom Vendor Services, and overall coverage of the Mobile Ecosystem. Additionally, Peter reports on developments impacting mobile infrastructure and mobile networking: 2G, 3G and 4G RAN and packet core along with mobile TV, metro-scale WiFi operator monetization strategies.
Service Director, Consumer Services - Global
Emma is Service Director for the Current Analysis Consumer services. Emma and her analyst team monitor and evaluate activities in the markets for wireless and digital home services, and devices in the United States and Europe. Additionally, Emma reports on developments in fixed-mobile converged services, mobile voice and data, applications, content and media services.
Emma has been quoted in articles and columns published in national and trade magazines, such as The Times, The Herald Tribune, The Economist, The Independent, The Financial Times and Total Telecom.
Service Director, Service Provider Infrastructure
Jason is Research Director for the Current Analysis Service Provider Infrastructure service. Jason and his analyst team monitor and evaluate activities in the markets for Digital Media, Fixed Access, IP Services, Mobile Access, and Transport and Routing Infrastructure, Telecom Vendor Services, and overall coverage of the Mobile Ecosystem.
Research Director, Consumer Platforms and Devices
Avi is the Research Director for Consumer Platforms and Devices at Current Analysis. He is responsible for the Mobile Devices and Digital Home Devices groups, including CurrentCOMPETE (market, company, event, and device competitive analysis) and Wireless Tracking (pricing, promotions, availability, and device feature data and analysis) content.
Research Director, Pyramid Research
Ozgur Aytar oversees Pyramid's Strategy and Innovation Analysis Team. Ozgur has over 12 years of experience in providing advisory and consulting services to telecom operators, regulators and leading equipment vendors, focusing on new technologies, services and business models as well as emerging markets. Ozgur has also conducted market and financial due diligence assignments for investors and operators. Ozgur has presented at numerous industry conferences, and is regularly quoted in publications including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and Total Telecom.
Key Learning Objectives
- What telecom themes and trends shaped 2014? What do they tell us about the year ahead?
- What technology and service evolutions will operators roll-out to meet customer demands in 2015?
- What technology and network solutions will define the key 2015 telecom vendor battleground?
- How will structural market shifts – regulatory, corporate, economic – impact telecom in 2015?
- Product Management
- Competitive Intelligence