Modern Telecoms Bootcamp
This comprehensive programme explores the changing world of modern telecoms, focusing on new and emerging technologies and how they are being implemented within both existing and new-build networks. Capabilities, limitations, operation, implementation and deployment options, as well as likely time-lines and evolution paths are all presented in a logical and clearly defined structure.
The commercial implications and impact on business models, overall technology mix, customer proposition and competitive landscape is discussed at length – using relevant data and analysis from the Informa Telecoms Analysts and Research team.
The programme incorporates periods for discussion and critical analysis, and using the exercises and case studies, allows participants to apply their knowledge to their own organisation and competitive environment.
The overall aim is to bring participants fully up to date with relevant telecoms technologies, systems, and business practices so their decisions and contribution within their organisation is as informed and commercially-grounded as possible – helping to minimise costs, de-risk and future-proof technology investments, and maximise opportunities.
Participants will develop or be able to:
- A solid foundation in modern telecommunications technology, systems, and business practices
- An excellent appreciation of the capabilities, limitations, operation, deployment options and impact of modern communication technologies, – including access (fixed, mobile, converged), core (legacy, IP-based and EPC), service delivery systems, and support systems (real-time billing, policy and charging)
- Contribute much more effectively to decision-making and planning processes within their organisation
- Better evaluate implementation options for new and emerging technologies, referencing the wider business environment and the impact of the technology on both the competitive position and on the customer experience
- Confidence to develop a commercially-grounded technology roadmap An excellent understanding of the risks associated with the various technologies
- Overall – to make decisions on technology implementation and procurement that are commercially viable, minimise risk, and in line with the strategy and goals of the wider organization