Capacity Middle East 2018 will once again be the largest meeting uniting all Tier 1 carriers in the Middle East with international Tier 1 carriers and service providers. With high attendance from Tier 2 and Tier 3 carriers looking to gain visibility and fast-track their services and networks, Capacity Middle East offers a platform to buy or sell voice, data, cloud, peering, data center, content, and SMS services.
Focusing on new business in new market segments, the event promises two days of engaging discussions in addition to plenty of time to network with existing or new business partners.
At this year's event, more than 1,700 senior level executives from around 550 companies in 85 countries are expected to come together in Dubai.
With more than 30 thought-leaders and experts sharing industry updates and delivering exciting, new investment opportunities, the conference agenda covers several inspiring topics:
- BREAKING NEW GROUND – INNOVATIVE OPPORTUNITIES AS THE CARRIER MARKET ENTERS THE DIGITAL AGE
- EMBRACING THE CLOUD - FACILITATING GREATER REGIONAL CLOUD ADOPTION
- EXPLORING POCKETS OF OPPORTUNITY IN WHOLESALE IN THE SURROUNDING MIDDLE EAST
- NEXT GENERATION NETWORKS – MANAGING THE SUCCESSFUL ROLLOUT OF SDN
- SMART CITIES WORKSHOP: THE MIDDLE EAST ADVISORY
Take advantage of Capacity Middle East’s excellent networking and business opportunities and join our ICSS experts for individual discussions.
On day three, Thursday, March 8, from 11:30pm to 12:00 pm:
Miles McWilliams, Head of Internet, Content and Security Solutions, at Deutsche Telekom ICSS, will participate in the panel session “BUILDING A SECURE NETWORK ARCHITECTURE FOR THE IOT DIGITAL REVOLUTION”
- Pinpointing the critical vulnerabilities that IoT devices expose to global networks
- By prioritizing security on the C-suite agenda, what can industry leaders responsible for network protection do to drive greater industry collaboration around security?
- What can be done at the government and regulatory level to strengthen both networks and devices through legislation?
- How can carriers, manufacturers, and solution providers work together in pursuit of truly secure networks?