Capacity Latam: Agenda
Capacity LATAM 2020
09-11 March 2020 | Brazil São Paulo
PECHA KUCHA 20x20 – DO’S AND DON’TS OF PEERING IN LATIN AMERICA
3 leading international experts will share updates on peering across the region trough dynamic presentations. The Pecha Kucha presentations are linked to the general topic so that experts can provide an update on do’s and don’ts of peering across key countries in the region. Countries represented include Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Panama and Colombia. Pecha Kucha sessions are 10-minute short lightning presentations (Pecha Kucha 20x20 Style). In each presentation, the presenter shows 20 slides for 20 seconds each. After this, the presenters will answer pre-prepared questions in relation to their presentations.
REGIONAL PEERING UPDATE: EVALUATING THE EVOLUTION OF MULTILATERAL PEERING IN LATIN AMERICA AND DISCUSSING NEW UPDATES
TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY GROWTH - CONSEQUENCES FOR THE IoT
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: BRAZILIAN TELECOMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT – MARKET UPDATE
Brazil undergoing infrastructure expansion provides the Telecommunications industry with a unique playground in Latin America. Artur Coimbra has had a central role in developing policies and industry frameworks towards full country digitalization. In his presentation, the Director will provide an outlook of national market advantages, institutional support and identified challenges faced by Brazil’s Telecomms in 2020.
CEO EXPERT PANEL: HOW ARE LATIN AMERICA’S TOP TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROVIDERS MEETING THE DEMANDS OF WIDESPREAD DIGITAL CONNECTIVITY?
Facing up to meeting the demands of digital connectivity is a continuous challenge for the telecoms industry. In the age of everything-as-a-service, telecommunications providers must undergo dramatic transformation to meet the demands of widespread connectivity. This period of transformation comprises business restructuring, expansion, infrastructure investment, business model transformation and product redefinition. This session will explore how CEOs are adapting and transforming their businesses to meet the demands of digital connectivity.
PROJECT UPDATE EXCHANGE: EXPLORING NEW AND PLANNED SUBSEA CABLE SYSTEMS
DISCOVERING THE TRANSFORMATIVE TRENDS DRIVING THE TELECOMS INDUSTRY IN LATIN AMERICA
Industry leaders discuss the key market trends that are transforming the telecoms industry across the region. From disruptive technologies to the ‘race to 5G’, these trends are indubitably not only shaping how carriers, data centres, OTTs and service providers operate but how they are redefining their products and solutions. Trends discussed in this session include: the rise of on-demand content, the impact of ultra-low latency, edge computing, AI for network optimisation, machine learning in telecoms, the evolution of IoT, big data and keeping data secure.
VIDEO-PRESENTATION. ASSESSING INVESTMENT IN LATIN AMERICA: 2020 UPDATE
SPEED NETWORKING SESSION
DATA CENTRE OUTAGES: TRENDS, CAUSES AND COSTS
ENABLING THE ON-DEMAND DIGITAL FUTURE: THE PATHWAY TO 5G IN LATIN AMERICA
5G is poised to transform telecoms, redefine business models and boost the digital economy. Amongst the vast array of benefits, 5G unlocks the true potential of self-driving cars, VR technology in medicine and IoT devices for example. 5G is certainly set to revolutionise telecoms, however service providers might face several risks in implementing this new offer, related to efficient implementation, security and specially in capturing an effective return on investment. The key challenge for the telecommunication industry is how to leverage an increase in financial performance by moving services to 5G and IoT. According to a recent GSMA report, IoT connection will reach 25 billion in 2025. This session will discuss trends of how new technology adoption might be converted into revenues.
WHAT ARE THE CHALENGES TO MEET THE BOOM IN DEMAND FOR DATA CENTRE AND CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES?: UNDERSTANDING THE ROADMAP TO SUCCESSFUL EXPANSION
This session will address the drivers for data centre growth and cloud computing services, whilst identifying the key challenges for growth and successful expansion across the region. Furthermore, this panel will assess how hyper scale data centres are transforming the digital infrastructure panorama in Latin America and why they are key to meet the current content demand.