Addressing the Challenges of Deploying Efficient LTE Networks and the Future of Backhaul
During the LTE and Backhaul Forum presenters discussed best practices, challenges, and solutions for these two technologies. LTE focused presenters discussed the latest advances in LTE and how this all-IP architecture continues to revolutionise current network designs, providing challenges and opportunities for network operators. While Backhaul focused partners presented topics such as technological advancement, capacity, network build and roll out, QoS optimization, financial investment, and the favorable combination of technology.
Better Connected, Efficiently Connected – LTE Best Practice
Global LTE deployments have increased in 2013 with mainstream deployments in North America, Europe and Asia. While LTE is contributing to the economy and social development worldwide, it poses a dramatic capacity challenge on the mobile networks. To succeed, Operators have to build more efficient, robust and smarter data networks.
In this LTE & Backhaul session, operators and vendors will shared their best practices on LTE deployment and management, along with tips on how to meet and exceed customer expectations, how to get the most out of existing assets and how to build future proof networks in a unique global event.
ACCELERATE SERVICE VELOCITY WITH MOBILE
Mathew Oommen, President Strategy, Network and Products, Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited
Heikki Makijarvi, SVP, Group Business Development, Venturing and Strategic Partnerships, Deutsche Telekom
Thorsten Robrecht, Vice President Portfolio Management, Mobile Broadband Business Unit, Nokia Solutions and Networks
Nav Chander, Research Analyst, IDC
Juniper Networks engaged the audience with a series of presentations on the opportunities presented by the rapid growth of the mobile industry. They explored how to deliver a compelling user experience and accelerate service delivery using SDN/NFV with innovations in the Mobile Service Edge and LTE Security, coupled with an agile mobile network and backhaul infrastructure.