The Great Telco Debate 2017: Telling it like it is
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The telecoms industry is a broad church. It supports some massive, sprawling global events, conferences and exhibitions and some much smaller highly-focused ones too where debate takes precedence over corporate orthodoxy. Since it's inception Lewis Insight's annual 'Great Telco Debate', held in London late in every year, has been the must-be-at/must-go-to forum where candid and challenging discussion between diverse industry participants takes place in an open and informal yet collegiate and mutually supportive environment. It is unique assembly where time and space is given to the robust exchange of views and, at a time when network transformation and the encroachment of OTT players onto territory long the exclusive province of the telecoms establishment is the cause of much angst and soul-searching by the industry into the continued validity of its very raison d'etre, open debate needed. As you can see, the Great Telco Debate 2017 was where that debate took place.
Featuring: BT, SAP, Ericsson, Nokia, Red Hat, Lewis Insight, Kantar TNS, Reliance JIO, Colt, BWCS, Disruptive Analysis and University of Surrey,