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Unveiling brand new industry data and accompanying insights, IHS Markit will examine the key trends shaping cable’s future. This evaluation of the sector’s performance and strategic direction will be framed by analysis of a wider telecoms-and-media market that is more competitive and dynamic than ever.
Join us for an exclusive interview with Sean Bratches to hear why he’s reinventing the fan experience for the world’s biggest motorsport. Why is there a need to do this and what drives a successful commercial relationship for the most prestigious names in sport?
The past decade has seen the rise of some great innovative technologies. Amongst them, big data, analytics and artificial intelligence have been generating a significant buzz, resulting in much speculations and investment made across the media and entertainment industry. Extracting real business value from those technologies is far from trivial. It is only by defining clear business objectives, aligning key organisational and infrastructure parameters and focusing on what matters that the AI magic can happen. The session will aim at helping the participants gauge where their organization stands and determine their next best strategic move.
It's All About the Network: Optimise
Now that the gigabit service to the edge of the home is a reality, the in-home experience is exposed. Currently, WiFi remains the major driver for call support but increasingly “television” connects to more than TV sets. How can service providers deliver on the multi-gigabit home promise and improve overall customer satisfaction? We go in-depth on issues including densification, low latency, the in-home network and service provider operations.
The Path to the Consumer: Our Services - Comunications
We’re always worrying about the competition – competitive platforms, OTT, other incursions. Who is our true competition today? What are the risks and opportunities for operators and content producers?
The triple-play was yesterday’s competitive silver bullet. With the explosion of mobile devices that give us access to all of our content anywhere we want it, what is the “secret sauce” for operators to attract – and retain – customers today?
Who has triumphed in the Project Kairos Pitch-Off? See the nail-biting conclusion. Then celebrate industry excellence as Cable Europe names its fellow for 2018
Innovation is ubiquitous, touching every aspect of our lives and businesses. For content creators, changes in the larger arena mean that while some things necessarily have to change, other areas remain as true as they’ve always been. While every viewer is unique and consumes content in many ways, great content is timeless and innovation and storytelling thrive together in this amazing time we live in.
For a long time, B2B was an unspecified income stream on many P&Ls. Not anymore. B2B is a key part of any operator’s product portfolio and has very different metrics from the ‘bread and butter’ B2C business. What are the key considerations that operators should be aware of when it comes to B2B and who is leading the way?