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Big Data Kicks Off Light Reading's 2014 Calendar

Ray Le Maistre
1/10/2014
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Light Reading is to run a series of written, pictorial and video features focused on the topic of telco big data and analytics during January 2014 in the first of a series of hot topic focus months that will set the editorial calendar for the year ahead.

Each month, Light Reading, in addition to its regular reporting on all that's hot in the communications sector, will focus its attention on a particular topic that will generate a number of special features, including video blogs, service provider and analyst interviews, reader polls, slideshows, a live message board chat, and more.

The aim of these hot topics focus months is to draw attention to different aspects of technology or services trends that are affecting network operators globally in 2014 and beyond.

January will see a focus on telco big data and analytics issues: See the full list of topics for the first half of 2014 below, with details of the Light Reading editor who will be leading and coordinating the coverage each month.

Table 1: Light Reading Editorial Calendar H1 2014

Month Planned Topic Coordinating editor Email Tel.
January Big Data and Analytics Ray Le Maistre lemaistre@lightreading.com +44 7712 898715
February Small Cells Dan Jones jones@lightreading.com +1 212 600 3264
March Packet/Optical Transport Dan O'Shea oshea@lightreading.com +1 773 490 7709
April OSS Evolution Carol Wilson wilson@lightreading.com +1 847 933 1340
May The Future of Communications Services Sarah Reedy reedy@lightreading.com +1 913 486 9358
June Carrier SDN Ray Le Maistre lemaistre@lightreading.com +44 7712 898715

If you believe you have some information that would be of interest to the relevant lead editor ahead of time, please send an email with a subject line that references the month and topic of coverage.

— Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading

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