About TIA's Network of the Future
TIA Network of the Future is the go-to event for those whose business is the network and for those who rely on the network to connect with customers, increase revenues and identify new profit pools. At TIA Network of the Future attendees can expect future-oriented talks and collaborative discussion on the new technologies, new business models and dynamic regulatory environment that will shape the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry over the next three to five years.
What's Special about TIA 2015?
- Dates: Monday, June 1 (Pre-Conference Day) to Thursday, June 4
- Location: Hyatt Regency, 300 Reunion Boulevard, Dallas, Texas
TIA’s Network of the Future Conference, being held June 2-4, 2015 in Dallas, TX will address the emerging business models and next—generation technologies that network operators, service providers, equipment providers, integrators, and over-the-top providers will deploy over the next three to five years. With the growing convergence of communications networks – moving from purpose-built, hardware-driven networks to converged, all-IP, agile and scalable software-centric networks – new service offerings, innovations in technology, and unfamiliar business models will define the network of the future.
To compete within this industry transition, unfamiliar partners and business models must be explored. For service providers looking to maintain profitability, Quality of Service, Quality of Experience and the creation of additional revenue streams through new Value-Added Services will be the key differentiators for success. For equipment providers, differentiation within a marketplace that is seeking vendor-agnostic interoperability will require greater collaboration with partners from across the supply chain and the upselling of new Managed Service offerings.
TIA 2015 will engage all of the players within this changing industry landscape through a highly interactive and future-oriented conference experience that captures actionable outcomes so that today’s communications professionals can ready themselves for the new technologies, new business models, and a dynamic regulatory environment that will shape the industry over the next three to five years.
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