Capacity Eurasia 2018
September 11-12, 2018, in Istanbul, Turkey
International wholesale carriers looking to rekindle existing partnerships in Turkey or generate new ones have no better opportunity than Capacity Eurasia, the leading event held at the gateway between Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The event takes place on September 11 and 12 at the InterContinental Istanbul, Turkey.
The Middle East, CIS, & Caucasus regions are well represented, making the event an ideal venue for wholesale companies to network with a wider range of carriers, ISPs, IXPs, data centers, cloud & content service providers, and voice solution providers.
Highlights from the conference agenda include:
- EXAMINING WHOLESALE TRENDS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN TURKEY
- EVERY CLOUD DOES NOT HAVE AN IMPENETRABLE LINING - EVALUATING CYBER SECURITY FOR DATA CENTRES AND CLOUD SERVICE PROVIDERS
- PROFIT-PRODUCING PLATFORMS - ANALYSING THE ROLE OF OTTs AND VALUE-ADDED SERVICES IN THE TELECOMS ECOSYSTEM
- A SNAPSHOT OF THE WHOLESALE TELECOMS MARKET IN AFGHANISTAN AND IRAQ
- Establish partnerships in one of the most important hubs connecting Europe, Asia, and the Middle East
- Join the fast-growing Balkan IP ecosystem with representatives from Greece, Romania, Slovenia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Albania
- Meet online gaming representatives and CDNs who increasingly use Istanbul as a regional hub
Utilize the excellent opportunities for networking and business to talk to our Internet & Transport expert, Miles McWilliams.
You won’t want to miss him at the following panel discussion:
DAY TWO: WEDNESDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 2018
11.35am - 12.20pm
Miles McWilliams, Head of Global Sales, IP Transit & CDN will take part in a panel discussion:
PROFIT-PRODUCING PLATFORMS - ANALYSING THE ROLE OF OTTs AND VALUE-ADDED SERVICES IN THE TELECOMS ECOSYSTEM
As the wholesale market becomes more saturated, the focus is increasingly on diversifying the range of services, to obtain and retain customers and develop new revenue streams. OTTs are heating up the competition for operators, but now operators are catching on and the balance could shift again.
- How are operators co-operating with international partners to increase revenue streams from OTT services?
- How are OTTs adapting to operators' development of OTT services to remain competitive?
- What are OTTs doing to ensure quality of service for the end user?
- What lessons can telcos learn from OTTs?
- What are operators doing to avoid becoming dumb pipes?
- How can content and traffic be held in Turkey?
- How do censorship and regulations apply when content leaves Turkey?
- What are the benefits of some value-added services over others?