17 - 18 October 2017
Millennium Gloucester Hotel London Kensington,
BENCHMARKING BEST PRACTICES FOR SON DEPLOYMENT AND NETWORK OPTIMISATION
About the event
Despite the technical challenges associated with initial integration, SON revenue is expected to grow to more than $4 Billion by the end of this year. This significant increase reflects the pressure to cut costs and streamline processes, as operators actively invest in automation technology to improve the efficiency of their networks. Self-organising networks offers the perfect solution, delivering automated technology that will improve the quality of service along with the consumer experience whilst drastically cutting costs in the long term. Join us for the only conference dedicated to in-depth SON discussion, operator led use cases and technical analyses.
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2016 Event Higlights
O2’s CTO, Brendan O’Reilly, offered an inspirational keynote exploring the benefits of SON to the user experience and the potential for future advancements
The critical C-SON AT THE CORE OF NETWORK STRATEGY’ PANEL delved into how SON can help MNOs implement effective network management strategies, with contributions from Three, Telefonica UK and Telecom Italia
The interactive SERVICE CAPABILITIES PANEL, with Viavi solutions, EE and University of Glasgow, thoroughly identified the benefits for customer centric solutions for next generation SON architectures
The forward thinking INNOVATOR’S PANEL pinpointed the potential for SON for Cloud and 5G, with key insights from Telecom Italia, Orange, Elisa along with host moderator Nokia
Use cases from industry innovators such as Orange, Vodafone, and BT explored the operator experience with commercial deployment, identifying the technical implication and lessons learned
The C-RAN Summit focus day highlighted operator perspectives from Elisa, Bell and Three along with the technical opportunities and challenges associated with cloud RAN solutions
The event was illuminating and provided excellent insights into how the different service providers approach SON and Customer Experience.
Comprehensive conference, encompassing many aspects from different players’ point of view.
Senior SON Engineer
The SON conference contained an impressive number of presentations and use cases from - and networking sessions with operators and vendors. It gave us a lot of new insights in the world of SON.
Radio Network Engineer
An advantageous point of the conference was that it addressed real-world problems for operators.