Capacity Eurasia: Overview
200+ Senior-Level Attendees
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The Eurasian telecoms market is at an exciting point in the road to digital transformation. As a key transit point between Asia, Europe and the Middle East, Istanbul provides the perfect location to catch up on the latest developments in 5G deployment, innovation strategy, enterprise services and cable deployments.
As such, the eighth Capacity Eurasia will act as a crucial meeting place for carriers, data centres, cloud & content providers, IXP’s, vendors and enterprises from the entire Digital Silk Road.
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What's happening in the Eurasian region?
The Eurasian telecoms market has never been more exciting to explore. Capacity Eurasia sits at the geographical epicentre of this activity, and is therefore the perfect opportunity to connect with senior-level executives from across the region to facilitate business opportunities and establish new industry connections.
Here's just a glimpse of what's been happening in the region as of late.
New optical fibre link to connect Balkans >>> Infotelecom becomes IGW for Burundi and Angola Movicel >>> Equinix reveals $2bn data centre expansion >>> TTI picks DE-CIX Istanbul as its IXP in Turkey >>> OTE says ‘no talks’ about selling Telekom Romania to Vivacom controller >>> FTTH/B subscribers increase by 21% in Europe >>>
Why attend Capacity Eurasia?
EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLES: During Capacity Eurasia 2019, executive roundtables will discuss advancing trends and key developments within the regional and international telecoms market.
ENTERPRISE FOCUS: Day One will feature presentations and a panel discussion focused on the future of the enterprise-telco relationship and enterprise service offerings.
EASTERN EUROPE FOCUS: Day Two will see an Eastern European panel discussion focused on the development of the market in this region and how digital transformation and innovation is changing the market.
SPEED NETWORKING: This structured networking session is an opportunity for attendees to connect with other regional and international delegates. Attendees will have three minutes to introduce themselves and to exchange business cards.
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Networking at Capacity Eurasia
From networking breakfasts and coffee breaks, to lunches and the official networking reception on Day One (17 September); there is an abundance of networking opportunities at Capacity Eurasia 2019.
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From speaking and exhibiting, to just attending as a delegate or hosting a drinks reception, there are many exciting ways to get involved in this year’s Capacity Eurasia.
If you would like to learn more on who has previously attended, please download the 2018 post-event report here.Learn More