The rise of OTT content and services has been a bittersweet affair for network operators. On the one hand, OTT content is what has driven the demand for mobile data subscriptions which have provided the only growing data source in an era of dropping voice revenues. OTOH, OTT content soaks up most of the networks capacity, and increases CapEx and OpEx for carriers. Making matters worse, network operators are being cut out of "owning" the customer relationship, being the provider of new services, and building churn-reducing loyalty.
Resistance is mostly futile, so entrenched players need to select, partner, and compete. Companies are looking for areas they can be a top player, and compete to win a portion of the OTT business. Partnerships are key to this strategy, so in today’s meeting, we will examine strategies such as that of Telefónica Digital, look at a variety of potential operator partners like Cloudscaling, and look at carrier-consortium efforts such as Joyn. We're going to examine this from both a mobile and fixed perspective.
Join 100 of your telecom colleagues as we dissect the progression of this segment and talk about what's next - in true Telecom Council style, this is sure to be a very interactive discussion with top-notch networking to help you build your relationships in this segment.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley
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