LONDON, August 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Representatives from across the telecoms industry are joining Capacity Europe 2015 (2 - 4 November, Paris), the meeting place for over 1,400 attendees, coming from more than 380 companies across 70+ countries. To accommodate the 20% year-on-year growth of attendees from the past 5 years and a sold out exhibition in 2014, the event is now moving to Paris for the first time.
With the European Commission call for a "connected continent", Capacity Europe looks to facilitate a better collaboration and learning within the telecoms industry, brings together carriers, submarine and terrestrial cable operators, data centres, regulators, OTTs and consultants.
Over the course of the three days, the event offers access to over 140 exhibition booths, meeting rooms, meeting tables and a C-level conference. As a new feature for 2015, the event will host an informal networking session for women in telco, focused on navigating the social dynamics of the industry.
What is the next big thing in telecoms?
With traditional voice revenues declining, carriers need to explore new revenue streams. Thus, there is a growing interest into where future investments should focus on to bring the best ROI. This year's agenda explores this and other pressing challenges facing wholesale carriers, such as M&A, Net Neutrality, future of voice and data services, cloud developments, enterprise partnerships, IoT and relationships with OTTs. Speakers include senior-level executives from AT&T PARTNER SOLUTIONS, BT GLOBAL SERVICES, HSBC, NETFLIX, ORANGE CARRIERS, SONY EUROPE, TELECOM ITALIA SPARKLE, VODAFONE CARRIER SERVICES and many more.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary, the opening keynote will be hosted by Michel Combes, CEO of ALCATEL-LUCENT, who will present a visionary session on the end-user of tomorrow, discussing how telecommunications and technology can be united.
Talking about what to expect at Capacity Europe, Cengiz Oztelcan, CEO of TÜRK TELEKOM INTERNATIONAL said it is "the ultimate platform for first-hand information exchange on the latest achievements, biggest challenges and riveting opportunities for the wholesale telecom industry. It provides an excellent mix of valuable panel discussions, presentations and networking opportunities."
Capacity Europe takes place on 2 - 4 November in Paris and is organised by Capacity Conferences. For more information about the event, visit http://www.capacityconferences.com/Capacity-Europe.
SOURCE Capacity Media