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7-8 November, 2018
The Montcalm Marble Arch,

Enabling Automated & Efficient Network Operations to Support NFV & SDN

A unique thought leadership event in the telecom industry where, over two days, experts in operations and automation come to discuss real world examples of how new technologies, methodologies and ideas can bring about transformational change.


Registration now open for Software Defined Operations & the Autonomous Network! Save $450 with our super early bird rates. FREE to attend for all service providers, cable operators and more.

About the event

Key themes for 2018

What lessons can be learned about operationalizing NFV from the early adopters?

Best practices for OSS transformation from big bang projects to tactical upgrades

What progress are operators making in moving beyond virtualization to cloud-native network functions and a modular, cloud-native OSS

How must Service Assurance evolve to support new technologies and services such as NFV/SDN, 5G and IoT?

Which open source projects are making the biggest contributions to software defined operations?

Where are the biggest opportunities to deploy Robotic Process Automation in telecom operations to reduce costs, improve data quality, boost customer service and drive significant improvements in operational efficiency?

How can CSPs exploit AI to reveal new insights enabling operators to run their networks more efficiently and reliably (e.g. route optimization, capacity planning, traffic prediction and dynamic optimization)?

Which processes and workflows present the most immediate automation opportunities for CSPs today – and which should be avoided?

What are the best strategies for critical culture change and skills updates, required to create the workforce of tomorrow?

Why the advent of private LTE networks will drive accelerated automation