The world is consuming more data every single year. The accelerating rate of change puts tremendous pressure on the telecom industry to continually innovate how it delivers more data faster and reliably in a hyperconnected world. As a result, the race for 5G deployment is ON, starting from using the existing 4G core infrastructure and rapidly moving towards 5G SA. The stakes have never been higher, especially with geopolitical uncertainties and cross-industry supply challenges.
During this roundtable, we would like to discuss:
Are operators truly maximizing 5G deployment speed, efficiency & service levels while minimizing costs?
How does better planning enable better NPI/EOL transitions in a rapidly changing technology landscape?
How can operators collaborate better with suppliers to secure core components (e.g., base stations, fiber cable, RF equipment) and allocate them strategically across the network?
How do AI/ML forecasting, scenario planning, and integrated business planning help businesses evaluate and choose the best end-to-end plan to achieve growth objectives and mitigate risk from near-term disruptions?
The roundtable will take place on June 24, 2022, at 11:00 am EST/17:00 CET and will be facilitated by Krishna Kulankara, EVP Services & Vikram Parvataneni, SVP Services at o9 Solutions.
We keep the agenda simple:
Setting the scene
Why should I register?
If you’re missing the collaboration and conversational elements from a webinar, then a aim10x Roundtable might be a great option for you. Be ready to deep-dive into different topics related to digital transformation and have a high-quality discussion with your peers. We host both industry-specific and cross-industry aim10x Roundtables so there’s always a topic to interest you.
Who is it for?
This roundtable is for supply chain professionals in the Telecommunications industry.
A aim10x Roundtable is an informal knowledge-sharing session that brings together a diverse group of professionals to share their knowledge, discuss their challenges, learn new insights, and make new connections. We keep the group small (less than 12 participants) to give everyone the space to participate and contribute in deeper-dive discussions.