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Birdstep, a global technology company developing HetNet optimisation tools for operators, has commissioned a research study connecting with over 40 operators around the world, looking at how they view a HetNet strategy and how they feel they can monetise HetNets.
With the explosion in mobile data traffic and the large and growing role of Wi-Fi, a HetNet strategy seems imperative for any operator – to minimise network capex, retain high
ARPU and reduce churn.
______________________________________________________________________________‘MVNOs will monetize HetNets by 2017 with analytics as a key enabler…’
For example, according to a previous Rethink Research study, seamless quality of service across multiple networks can shave an average 2.2 percentage points off a typical annual churn of up to 20% – generating an additional $40m in revenue and $22m in profit over three years for a typical top operator.
Key questions addressed by the speakers will include:
Key study findings include:
The webinar will cover in detail the key first step: understanding how users are really behaving through intelligent application of big data analytics. This is the foundation for network, device and content policies that enable Intelligent Network Selection and mean an optimal, seamless experience.
Who should attend?
Operators in Asia and Europe looking to develop or strengthen a true HetNet strategy, based on near-real-time data.
Operators and service providers looking for the best way to combine Wi-Fi and 4G effectively to achieve maximum coverage with high quality of service (QoS) at the least possible cost.
Lonnie Schilling brings 20 years of experience of equity investment, strategic business development, architecture sales and marketing within the international communications market. He was most recently Director, Mobile Service Provider Sales & Business Development, at Cisco and he has also held leading management positions in other global companies such as Motorola, ITT, Worldview Technology Partners, Bolt Beranek and Newman (BBN). Schilling holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland. He completed graduate and postgraduate studies at the Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology, the International Institute for Management Development, INSEAD and the Marshall School of Business at USC.
Caroline Gabriel co-founded Rethink Technology Research in 2002 to focus on emerging mobile technologies. Rethink recently combined its published research activities with those of fellow 4G analyst company, Maravedis, to focus on LTE and operator strategies.
Caroline has been analysng and reporting in the hi-tech industries since 1986 and has a wealth of experience of technology trends and how they impact on business models. She started her career as a technology journalist and then took senior roles in online publishing and research before focusing full time on wireless industry research and consultancy.
Maravedis-Rethink focuses on the network deployments and strategies of the top 100 4G operators round the world. It assesses their business cases and investments in wireless infrastructure and associated software, with particular focus on LTE. This research underpins the RAN Research Service as well as bespoke and consultancy work with operators, vendors and investors.
Justin Springham – Managing Editor
Justin manages the editorial content for the Mobile World Live portal and award-winning Mobile World Live TV service. In the last few years Justin has launched and grown a portfolio of premier media products, which include the Mobile World Congress Show Dailies (Mobile World Daily), the daily e-newsletter Mobile Business Briefing and the Mobile Apps Briefing news service (these latter two are now integrated within Mobile World Live). He started his career in telecoms journalism in 1999 as deputy editor of Mobile Europe. Since then he has launched and edited numerous telecoms publications, most recently serving as senior European editor of Unstrung (now Light Reading Mobile). Justin has a BA (Hons) degree in Journalism from the University of Sheffield.