Broadband World Forum is globally recognized as the meeting place for senior executives from fixed, mobile and cable operators all around the world, to congregate and discuss the future of the broadband industry.
We invite you to explore this site and learn more about our presence at the Broadband World Forum 2016.
We look forward to meeting you there!
Please join our most experienced network industry leaders during the event:
13:50 Women in TMT Knect The Importance of Gender Diversity in Technology – Gary Heffernan, Accenture EALA Lead for Communications, Media and Technology
14.30 Open Source Orchestration: Maximizing SDN's Value for Operators - Aurelio Nocerino, Accenture EALA Lead for Next Generation Enterprise Services (Keynote)
9:50 Migrating to a Software-Defined Infrastructure - Amol Phadke, Accenture Global Lead Network Virtualization (Keynote)
16:00 Operationalizing SDN enabled self-provisioning services for enterprise customers Demo @Connected World Area
Supporting and Promoting Female Leaders
Be part of the Broadband World Forum's Women in TMT KNect Networking Initiative
When: Tuesday, October 18th, 13:00 - 16:00
Where: South Gallery Rooms, The ExCeL, London
Welcome from Accenture followed by Networking Lunch
Welcome & Introduction to Women in TMT KNect: Carolyn Dawson, Group Portfolio Director, KNect365
The Importance of Gender Diversity in Technology: Gary Heffernan, Senior Managing Director for Communications, Media & Technology, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Latin America, Accenture
Challenging Industry Perceptions and Attracting more Women into STEM Careers: Lisa Neale, Director UK West Region and Business & Corporate Delivery, Openreach
Coffee & Speed Networking
Interactive Discussion - Enhancing Careers by Sharing Experiences:
End of Session
Helping CSPs maximize ROI in mobile networks using Digital Network Deployment solution and services, supported by a cloud-based construction management platform, managing the complexity of the deployment and driving excellence in the supporting workforce and supply chain.
As today’s communications service providers (CSPs) work to deliver digital video and other high-bandwidth applications, network quality is ever more critical to delivering on customer expectations. Accenture Service Experience Engineering & Management (SEEM) transforms traditional monitoring into a more service-driven methodology. It’s an integrated approach that enables CSPs to address customers’ increasing quality requirements in real time, while maximizing the value of network investment.
For CSPs, network customer service is key to customer satisfaction and reliability. But the frustrations with field force service just keep on growing, leading to dramatically growing churn. Field Installation and Repair Services Transformation establishes a Command Center supporting CSPs’ transformation process in this area, running the installation and repair process from customer care through field operations.
Operationalizing SDN enabled self-provisioning services for enterprise customers
When: Wednesday, October 19th, 16:00
Where: Connected World Area
New networking hub, fully equipped with a stocked bar, located at the center of the exhibition not only provides a space to meet and mingle, but also a live demo stage bringing a range of broadband products to life.Learn more
ExCel boasts 3 onsite DLR stations, is two minutes away from London’s underground, five minutes from London’s City airport, has onsite parking for 3,700, plus an onsite station for the Emirates airline cable car – linking the Thames clipper River Services and the London Underground.
ExCeL can be accessed via two DLR stations but for BBWF please use Custom House (for the west entrance). ExCeL London, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria DockLondon E16 1XL
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