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SlideshowPhoto Review: Operations Transformation Forum 2017
Ray Le Maistre
9/28/2017
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Transformation has been a key buzzword in the communications networking industry for some years now but it's starting to have a dramatic impact on the people, strategies and financials of communications service providers the world over.

Some of the early transformation movers amongst the network operator community headed to Hong Kong recently to share their experiences and views: We shared some of the initial insights in a slideshow uploaded from the conference show floor and in a couple of video blogs:

Now click on the picture below to dive deeper into the different perspectives shared by leading industry executives who converged on the Hong Kong event.

 

Business Case Flexibility Is Key
Different services require different operational and digital capabilities to suit the needs of the service providers and their end users, noted Ryan Ding, executive director of the board and president for the carrier business group at Huawei, but there are already many case studies and experiences to share with major operators such as Deutsche Telekom, China Telecom and Telkom Indonesia.
Different services require different operational and digital capabilities to suit the needs of the service providers and their end users, noted Ryan Ding, executive director of the board and president for the carrier business group at Huawei, but there are already many case studies and experiences to share with major operators such as Deutsche Telekom, China Telecom and Telkom Indonesia.

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Michelle,
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9/30/2017 | 11:31:36 PM
Fun trip
It looks like this was a successful event. These photos are excellent. Thanks for sharing!
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