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Mission-Critical Broadband – The Mobile Network Operator’s Vital Role
Date: 6/21/2018 11:00 a.m New York / 4:00 p.m London
Sponsors:
Nokia
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Many governments around the globe are seeking to take advantage of mobile broadband technologies to improve the capabilities of emergency services communications. Several deployment models exist in which mobile network operators (MNO) and governments are partnering to provide network services and applications that will help meet the increasing demand to give first responders better situational awareness and improved responsiveness.

In this webinar, AT&T, CritComm Insights and Nokia examine the opportunity as well as the challenges around the delivery of mission-critical communications.

The agenda includes three major topics:

  • CritComm Insight will cover information about the importance of mission-critical data communications, technology status, global trends and the increasing role of MNOs.
  • As the public-private partner selected by the First Responder Network Authority to build and deliver FirstNet – America’s first nationwide communications platform dedicated to public safety – AT&T will provide a view into serving public safety and meeting its rigorous requirements.
  • Nokia will highlight some of the business considerations of interest to both MNOs and public safety agencies with regard to network deployment and operations.

The Evolution of Identity Management – What Does It Mean for Service Providers?
Date: 6/26/2018 11:00 a.m. New York / 4:00 p.m London
Sponsors:
HPE
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Efficiently managing the identity information of subscribers has always been a priority for telco operators. However, the evolution toward multi-devices and multi-services experience have forced Service Providers toward a more holistic approach of managing identities across different domains and technologies.

Accordingly, this webinar will examine the evolution of identity management documenting the drivers and timeline for service providers to expand their identity management network capabilities. In addition to network considerations, the webinar will also focus on identity management from a service delivery perspective capturing how progressive service providers are turning to an open management identity structure to enable them to move beyond a pure telco model to become facilitators of cross-device, cross-service personalized experiences in the digital identity age.

Topics to be addressed in this webinar include:

  • The drivers and timeline for service providers to expand their identity management capabilities.
  • Today’s hot use-case examples: T-Mobile’s Digits, V-by-Vodafone, GSMA’s Mobile Connect, Apple Companion Devices, GDPR identity capture
  • Identity management techniques - key functions required to implement a future -looking framework for Open Identity management.
  • 5G ready networks - The era of 5G-powered experiences starts today with Intel® technologies.

Segment Routing: The Unified Tunnel in the Future Network
Date: 6/27/2018 9:00 a.m New York / 2:00 London
Sponsors:
Huawei
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Currently, the development of network technology is driven by two main directions. First, the development of SDN technology; and second, the development of cloud, especially the trend of the integration between the cloud and the network. These are both driving the rapid evolution of network technology.

In traditional network technology, the first stage is native IP, with the goal being connectivity, and the second stage is to base the MPLS technology, it’s goal is for it to be multi-service bearing. Many technologies have been developed for tunneling and service. However, as the requirement changes and the service automation and other aspects are increasing, the traditional MPLS-based technologies become unsatisfactory. In this case, the segment routing technology is coming. It has the advantages of simplified network, high reliability and support for large-scale networks.

This talk will present the problem faced by traditional technologies in the new network requirements, and how segment routing solves these problems. At the same time, we introduce the latest progress of segment routing technology.

Specific Topics include:

  • The pain points of classic bearing network technologies
  • What is segment routing?
  • The next hop of the MPLS segment routing: SRV6

Turning Enterprise Network Transformation Into New Value for Service Providers
Date: 6/27/2018 10.00 a.m New York / 3.00 p.m London
Sponsors:
Citrix
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Digital transformation is having a profound effect on how organizations are re-evaluating their future networking needs. This not only impacts how they will deliver their own internal IT requirements, but also the approaches they need to take with any consumer facing services, especially given inevitable emergence of IoT technologies.

Enterprise CIOs are demanding a new security framework, one that provides a consistent approach to application and access security for both employees, consumers and Things. Citrix will demonstrate how its networking services can be quickly harnessed by service providers to create a powerful set of joint secure networking services that can break down the barriers to enterprise digital transformation and extend their relevance with customers in the future.

In this webinar, we will discuss:
- How digital transformation is impacting the future needs for networking – what this means to current capabilities and solutions, the challenges and opportunities from a service provider perspective

- How the shift of enterprise workloads to cloud and SaaS has a profound impact on networking architectures, economics and security – what attributes should next- generation networking services possess?

- How the fabric of the next-generation enterprise workspace cannot be distinct from the underlying network – what new collaboration opportunities emerge to extend service provider value beyond traditional services?

The CIO's Guide to OnGo for Private Enterprise Networks
Date: 6/27/2018 12:00 p.m. New York / 5:00 p.m. London
Sponsors:
CBRS
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Wireless networks have been essential for industries for many years. Now, in a world in which new software-driven operating processes have the potential to revolutionize productivity across virtually all industrial sectors, it’s becoming more important than ever to connect people, machines and assets to business logic. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how OnGo, formerly known as CBRS, offers connectivity without compromise for CIOs in sectors with industrial use-cases, either as they seek to refresh existing WiFi and private land mobile systems or install new networks to automate and optimize their operations.

The Telco Edge Is Coming: Are You Ready? Hear How Schneider Electric & ITS Fiber Are Preparing
Date: 6/28/2018 11:00 a.m. New York / 4:00 p.m London
Sponsors:
Schneider-Electric
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The telco edge is emerging as the next frontier for data center compute environments. This webinar will discuss why telco companies are uniquely positioned to take advantage of the emerging edge compute phenomenon, as well as, the solutions and challenges facing edge compute environments. Finally, we will discuss the use cases for the deployment of an edge compute data center in a telco central office. Ready or not, the edge is coming to a telco near you. Join us to learn how you can take advantage to this emerging opportunity.

DDoS Defense: Implementing Effective Mitigation Strategies
Date: 6/28/2018 12:00 p.m. New York / 5:00 p.m. London
Sponsors:
A10 Networks
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DDoS attacks are one of the most devastating types of cyberattacks. While organizations strive to improve their defenses to prevent the next multi-vector attack, they must now also meet GDPR requirements to protect sensitive data.

Join us on this webinar with Jim Hodges, principal analyst at Light Reading, and Ahmad Nassiri, security solutions architect at A10 Networks, to learn about the current challenges of mitigating DDoS attacks and the most effective methods of detecting and preventing them.

This webinar will address:

  • Why some DDoS mitigation solution implementations fall short
  • What are the most effective DDoS prevention techniques
  • Real-world examples of organizations that have detected and mitigated DDoS attacks

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