Look 10 years into the future at Broadband World Forum…


Predicting the future is no easy feat. Especially in the ever-evolving world of telcos where customer behaviours are constantly changing and technologies advance at an insane pace.  That’s why this year Broadband World Forum will be home to its very own time portal!

Transporting you 10 years into the future, speakers in our Road to 2025 theatre will explore how operator’s role will change in the coming years and what the future holds for network infrastructure, virtualization and consumer services.

In Partnership with Ovum, analysts will be giving exclusive insight from their soon-to-be-published research on what’s in store for the telecoms, technology and media industry in 2025. They will be making predictions and estimates on how the rapidly changing consumer landscape will develop and how operators will be able to deliver flexible and seamless bandwidth-on-demand broadband networks for everywhere services and applications.

Road to 2025 highlights include:

Consumer Services 2025: The Rapidly Changing Consumer Landscape
Michael Philpott, Consumer Practice Leader, Ovum
16:00 Wednesday 21st October

Live Interview with nbn Australia
Conducted by Telecoms.com
Bill Morrow, CEO, nbn Australia
14:40 Wednesday 21st October

Building Broadband Networks in 2025
Julie Kunstler, Principal Consultant, Optical Components, Ovum
14:00 Tuesday 20th October

How can we Prepare for the Future Demands of our Customers?
Thorvardur Sveinsson, Executive Director, Vodafone Iceland
16:20 Wednesday 21st October

Telecoms.com will also be interviewing some of this year’s keynote speakers LIVE, including Vasyl Latsanych, Group CMO of MTS Russia, Bill Morrow, CEO of nbn Australia and Berit Svendsen, CEO, Telenor. The audience will be able to watch as they quiz the keynotes on their visions and plans for the future, as well as delving further into their presented keynote.

Check here for the full agenda and be sure to reserve your FREE exhibition pass to visit the Road to 2025 theatre, located towards the back of the exhibition, near the Keynote room.road to 2025


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