It’s that time of the year… The Network 2020 Programme’s Webinar Series is here. We are delighted to announce that this year’s Webinar Series comprises of 4 webinars commencing on January 15th and finishing in mid-March, giving you the opportunity to listen and engage in a range of hot topics delivered by industry experts.
The first two January webinars are fast approaching, so let’s give you an insight into what topics will be covered:
Webinar 1, 15th January: Achieving IP Communications Interoperability – Global Industry Update:
As this is the first in the Series, it aims to address where the industry has got to in terms of IP Communications launches and interconnect. We’ll provide a global update and review the opportunities and challenges that operators are facing as well as highlight the ways the GSMA can support operators to maintain the momentum for RCS and VoLTE launches.
Webinar 2, 28th January: ‘Green Button Promise’:
What do we mean by the ‘Green Button Promise’? Ultimately, it captures the industry vision to deliver ubiquitous, reliable and rich IP communication services that just work regardless of devices or network. In this webinar, Mobile operators will explore and share their perspectives on how they will deliver a ‘Green Button Promise’ to their customers.
Webinars 3 and 4 will build on the ground covered in by webinars 1 and 2, focusing on the All-IP Communication Services Roadmap and the benefits for operators of Interconnected Mobile All-IP communications.
The Series moderator is a former telecom and technology correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, David Pringle, who provides content development and editorial services to organisations in the telecoms, media and technology sectors.
All webinars will be live, however if you cannot attend, you can view the recording at your convenience. More details relating to each webinar and how to ‘Register’ will be sent to you in due course.
The webinar series are strictly open to operators only, if you would like get involved please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org