Sunday, August 23, 2015

Spectrum Futures, Singapore, Sept. 10-11, 2015

What will it take, who will lead, and what new opportunities will develop as part of the effort to connect a billion or more new Internet users across South Asia? That is focus of Spectrum Futures, a conference sponsored by the Pacific Telecommunications Council.

Hear from executives at Facebook, Ericsson, Qualcomm, Cisco, Ciena and other leading firms about the immense changes that will enable widespread and powerful access.

Discover from Reliance Communications and Global Cloud Xchange how mobile, access, data centers and computing architectures are now a seamless fabric, and what that means.

Learn about new backhaul platforms that will allow mobile and other ISPs to serve new customers affordably.

Understand how ISP, mobile and capacity suppliers, networks and revenue streams will evolve.

Find out how 5G, SDN, cloud computing, new backhaul networks and app promotions play a role.

Listen as innovators in spectrum and business models share their thoughts on what will drive Internet adoption.

See who wins, and why.

Those are a few of the reasons to attend the Spectrum Futures conference, to be held 10-11 September 2015 at the M Hotel in Singapore.

Attendance is strictly limited to 150 attendees, with priority for national communications regulators and their staffs. Register here.

Regulators and sponsors will gather on 9 September for dinner. The conference officially begins on 10 September with an all-day program and evening reception open to all registered attendees, and continues on 11 September with a half-day program followed by a regulators-only symposium. View the complete agenda here.

Can you afford to miss it?

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