Sunday, October 20, 2013

My agenda at Broadband World Forum 2013

I am looking forward to present and chair a few tracks at the Broadband World Forum next week in Amsterdam.

Here are a few of the slots I will be presenting / moderating / chairing:

October 23rd:
I will present in the 5G workshop and participate in a panel:

Future Possibilities: Managing and Monetising Video on a 5G Network
Patrick Lopez, Founder & CEO, Core Analysis, Canada

What are the Requirements of 5G from a Service Provider and User Perspective?
Mike Wright, Executive Director, Networks & Access Technologies, Telstra, Australia
Patrick Lopez, Founder & CEO, {Core Analysis}, Canada
Takehiro Nakamura, Director of the Radio System Design Group, NTT Docomo
Steve Unger, CTO, Ofcom

October 24th:
I will chair the Wireless Broadband Innovation day comprised of  Smart Cities of the Future and Video and Traffic Management: 

Smart Cities of the Future

The Promise of the Internet of Things & The Road to Successful Smart Cities
 Taïsei Miura, President & Director General, M20 Smart City, France

Smart Energy Innovations for Smart Cities of the Future
 Peter Molengraaf, CEO, Alliander, Netherlands

Building a Smart Airport Experience
Matthew Hall, Chief Commercial Officer, London City Airport, UK

Dublin’s Smart City Initiatives
Councillor Naoise Ó Muirí, Dublin City and Former Lord Mayor of Dublin

Improving the User Engagement Experience: Harnessing the Opportunity
Daniel Danker, Chief Product Officer, Shazam, UK

Firefox OS: The Web as an Open Platform for Innovation and Consumer Choice
Tristan Nitot, Principal Evangelist & Founder of Mozilla in Europe, Mozilla 

Spotify and Telco Partnerships: Bundles of Joy 
Michael Abbatistsa, Global Head of Telco Partnerships, Spotify 

Cooperation Vs Competition Between OTT & Operators to Deliver Innovative Services to Consumers
Gunnar Sellæg, SVP & Head of Commercial Development, Telenor Digital Services 
Michael Abbatistsa, Global Head of Telco Partnerships, Spotify
Mark Newman, Chief Research Officer, Informa Telecoms & Media, UK

Video and Traffic Management
Managing the Effect of Video on the Network

How will Heavy use Video Systems Co-Exist in the Future?
Eric Klinker, CEO, BitTorrent, USA 

Giving Video Special Treatment on Broadband Networks
Nemanja Ognjanović, Head of Section for Network Planning, Telekom Srbija, Serbia

Creating a Great Data & Video Experience to Drive Mobile ARPU
Jaskaran Sangha, Director, Product Marketing, Citrix

How can we Minimise the Effect of Video Traffic on the Network?
Dominique Delisle, Program Director for Content Delivery Network & Services Transformation, Orange, France
Eric Klinker, CEO, BitTorrent, USA
Matt Stagg, Senior Manager of Network Strategy, EE, UK
Yossi Atias, GM Mobile Business Unit, PeerApp

Redefining the Video Delivery Value Chain in the Multiplatform Environment
Ivar Slavenburg, Manager, Product Manager & Marketing, Ziggo, NL 

Profitable Video Delivery
Adam Ford, Principal Solution Architect, Ericsson

How can Operators Close the Gap between Broadband Used and Revenue Gained?
Bernhard Hafenscher, Head of Sales & Business Development, Red Bull Media House, Austria
Matteo Gatta, VP Group Strategic Questions, Belgacom

LTE Traffic Management for Proximity Services
Thomas Henze, Head of Mobile Access, Deutsche Telekom, Germany

Traffic Management in the World of Unlimited
Dave Tomlinson, Senior Product Specialist, PlusNet, UK

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