Date: Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Time: 10:00 am ET / 3:00 pm GMT / 4:00 pm CET
With many recent new launches and more to come in 2014, VoLTE is finally moving center stage for mobile network operators. In principle, VoLTE can help operators both to control costs and to meet competition from both conventional and Web-based communications service providers. But there are significant challenges too, both business and technical. In this Webinar, we will:
- Look at LTE deployments and progress with VoLTE, video and rich communications services
- Analyze technical vs. monetization challenges
- Identify critical factors in assuring real-time QoE
- Present use cases that deliver value based on VoLTE analytics
About the Speakers
Graham Finnie, Chief Analyst, Heavy Reading
Graham has been researching telecommunications for more than 20 years, formerly as a journalist and latterly as an analyst and consultant. Since joining Heavy Reading in September 2004, following a ten-year tenure at the Yankee Group, Graham has been responsible for a wide range of research, focusing primarily on next-generation broadband services and IMS. He became Chief Analyst of Heavy Reading in February 2007. He has also hosted numerous Webinars and Live events for Light Reading, and is a regular speaker at other major industry events. As a journalist, Graham was formerly editor-in-chief of the award-winning industry paper Communications Week International and has edited several other leading trade publications. He is based in the U.K.
Daniel Joseph Barry, VP Marketing, Napatech
Daniel Joseph Barry is VP of Marketing at Napatech and has over 20 years experience in the IT and Telecom industry. Prior to joining Napatech in 2009, Dan Joe was Marketing Director at TPACK, a leading supplier of transport chip solutions to the Telecom sector. From 2001 to 2005, he was Director of Sales and Business Development at optical component vendor NKT Integration (now Ignis Photonyx) following various positions in product development, business development and product management at Ericsson. Dan Joe joined Ericsson in 1995 from a position in the R&D department of Jutland Telecom (now TDC). He has an MBA and a BSc degree in Electronic Engineering from Trinity College Dublin.
Eias Daka, Head of Strategic alliances, Ipoque
Eias Daka is Head of Strategic Alliances at ipoque, responsible for the global OEM sales and building strategic alliances with key global technology partners. He combines over 15 years experience in sales, business development and market research. Before joining ipoque, Eias was at Intel Corporation managing the strategic relationship with Oracle in EMEA. He also spent three years at the University of Freiburg in Germany working on his PhD research focusing on International Marketing & Politics. Prior to moving to Europe he was Planning & Strategy Manager at the largest Telco Company in Israel.