Webinars And Events
Volt Active Data hosts webinars and sponsors events year-round. See what we’ve been up to below.
Upcoming Webinars & Events
Layer123 World Congress 2022
Layer123 World Congress 2022 will take place December 5-7 at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London, United Kingdom.
Layer123 World Congress is the leading event in Europe dedicated to network transformation and the exciting applications it makes possible. Together, network operators and owners, telecommunications industry associations, the analyst community, and solution providers to the largest thought leadership and networking platform of its kind in Europe. The congress provides a high-profile leadership platform where a common understanding of business reality and important technology directions are assessed, debated and mapped out for the market.
RCR Wireless – MEC: Key 5G architectural considerations when milliseconds matter
Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) is foundational to 5G services to drive the next wave of innovation in enterprise and manufacturing: low-latency, massive device density, and more. Optimizing the telco cloud to deliver these new services starts at the 5G Core and goes to the farthest edge. This webinar looks at the current state of MEC to understand how to get the most out of the edge when milliseconds matter.
TM Forum – MEC: Operators on the edge
Edge computing – and more specifically multi-access edge computing (MEC) – has been identified by telecoms operators as a major opportunity, particularly when used in conjunction with 5G. While there is no shortage of 5G MEC use cases there is a distinct lack of business cases. This webinar explores the plans that operators have committed to edge deployments and the business models and partnerships behind them.
RCR Wireless – 5G Standalone: What does the move to cloud-native mean for operators?
5G Standalone (5G SA) gives operators new agility and scale, unlocking the full range of 5G services. Going cloud-native presents a myriad of technical and operational challenges, and operators globally have been slow to deploy 5G SA networks. This RCR Wireless and Acentury webinar examines what moving to cloud-native means for network operators.
STL Partners – 5G orchestration: a critical enabler of new revenue streams
New revenue opportunities (e.g. 5G, edge computing) are emerging for telecoms operators, but their technology ecosystems are becoming more complex. To realise maximum benefit from these opportunities, operators must prioritise efforts and optimise how they orchestrate their increasingly interconnected underlying systems. This STL Partners webinar explores where operators could grow and orchestration’s role in making this growth a reality.
VanillaPlus & Flytxt – How can AI and Edge Drive Profitable Customer Experiences?
This VanillaPlus webinar with FlyTxt discusses how AI and Edge are creating new revenue opportunities from hyper-personalization, along with key considerations for optimizing your customer engagement strategy to maximize CX and Customer Lifetime Value.
RCR Wireless – How to sell 5G: Will an ecosystem approach open up enterprise opportunity?
This RCR Wireless webinar aims to address one of the biggest questions around 5G: How do you monetize it? Thanks to technological advancements, spectrum access liberalization and changing user habits and demand, there are emerging opportunities — and challenges — for operators to transform their business from a connectivity provider to a holistic end-to-end solutions provider.
STL Partners – Making network slicing a reality: how should telcos transform?
Network slicing promises to provide new ways for telcos to monetise their networks by enabling innovative, tailored solutions for customers in key industry verticals. However, to maximise value from this, telcos will need to take steps now to prepare their technology, organisation, and revenue models. This STL Partners webinar, explores the network slicing monetisation opportunity.
Getting Ready for 5G Service Delivery With PCF
This joint HPE–Volt webinar explores how, and why, Policy Control Function (PCF) has evolved from Policy and Charging Rules Function (PCRF), how communications service providers (CSPs) are beginning to adapt their policy and charging functionality for use in new 5G use cases, and why acting on data in real-time is critical for CSPs to meet Quality of Service (QoS) SLAs for enterprise 5G customers.