ON DEMAND WEBINAR: Telecom privacy and security: how to do the math

    Join  Positive  Technologies’  telecoms  expert  Michael  Downs  for  a  thought-provoking  webinar  on  the  processes  and  best  practices  all  operators  should  be  following  to  ensure  their  networks  are  secure. 

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    Mobile interference hunting: a unique approach

    Date: Tuesday 24th March

    Time: 15.00 (GMT)

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    An insight into Wifi-Offload technology and lab testing solutions

    Date: Thursday 2nd October 2014

    Time: 14:00 - 15:00 (BST)

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    Join Mobile Europe and Anritsu for this webinar as we look at wifi-offload technology and lab testing solutions.

    Modernising Networks: Best Practices for Simplification of the Top of the Tower

    Date: Thursday 26th June 2014

    Time: 15:00 - 16:00 (BST)

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    Join Mobile Europe and CommScope for this webinar as we look at modernising networks and best practices for simplifying the top of the tower

    Small cells: The best ally against density

    Date: Wednesday 21st May 2014

    Time: 10:00 - 11:00 (BST)

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    Join Mobile Europe and Exfo for this webinar as we look at small cells: the best ally against density.

    The Critical Role of OSS to Enable the Smooth Introduction of NFV & SDN

    Date: Wednesday 2nd April 2014

    Time: 16:00 - 17:00 (BST)

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    Join Mobile Europe, Oracle and Analysys Mason, for this webinar as we look at the critical role of OSS in enabling the smooth introduction of NFV & SDN.

    LTE – will operators reach their destination?

    Date: Wednesday 12th March 2014

    Time: 15.30 - 16.30 (GMT)

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    Join Mobile Europe and Alcatel Lucent as we reveal for the first time the results of new pan-European operator focused research into the LTE marketplace.

    Core network virtualisation to catalyse new business models

    Date: Tuesday 26th November 2013

    Time: 16.00 - 17.00 (GMT)

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    Network functions virtualisation (NFV) allows CSPs to evolve their technology and business models by bringing the benefits of enterprise IT to telecommunications networks.

    These benefits include the use of commodity hardware platforms and open ecosystems, the ability to rapidly scale resources up and down and the ability to quickly introduce new services. Core network functions, such as SIP and Diameter session delivery as well as policy and charging systems, are especially well suited for NFV.

    In this webinar, learn how core network virtualisation helps CSPs:

    • Enable flexible network streams for different types of services
    • Reduce capital and operational expenditures by creating more flexible network architecture and deployment options
    • Fundamentally shift the way they improve network scalability and flexibility to meet the dynamic needs of their subscribers

    Small cells mobile backhaul – is smaller good enough?

    Date: Monday 11th February 2013 Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (GMT) Click here to view the webinar recording Small cell is considered as one of the...

    New data demand, new network? Deliver Het Net performance now

    Webinar now available to view

    Mobile broadband demand is increasing at an astonishing rate. At the current rate of adoption it will not be long before operators with legacy network architectures will lack the performance needed to deliver adequate Quality of Experience for consumers and the financial performance needed for operators to prosper.

    The panel discuss:

    Webinar now available to view: Next Generation Customer Service Powered by CEM

    Leverage Real-Time Device, Service, Experience, and Network Analytics to Transform your Customer Service Strategy

    The past year has seen the intersection between Customer Experience Management, customer service and real-time analytics. However, this has not yet resulted in dramatic improvements in customer service - most CEM initiatives are siloed and have not yet reached the device level.

    In addition, a vast quantity of network and service management data continues to be under-utilised. This webinar will discuss: