Capacity Latam: Agenda
Capacity LATAM 2019
11-13 March 2019 | Brazil São Paulo
MULTILATERAL PEERING IN BRAZIL: HOW IS IX.BR DELIVERING GREATER EFFICIENCY AND HIGHER-SPEED NETWORKS ACROSS THE COUNTRY?
HOW ARE CONTENT PROVIDERS IMPROVING THE END-USER EXPERIENCE THROUGH PEERING?
CREATING THE NECESSARY FRAMEWORK FOR INTERNET PEERING AGREEMENTS
PANEL DISCUSSION: PEERING ACROSS LATIN AMERICA: EVALUATING THE CONDITIONS TO FACILITATE EFFICENT INTERNET EXCHANGE
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE WHOLESALE BUSINESS
This session will address the key initiatives that are driving digital transformation across the wholesale industry, both at a global and regional level. A leading operator in the region will share its own experience of how it has transformed many aspects of its business – the network, operational systems and processes, service portfolio and customer relationships – in order to stay ahead in the digital economy.
PRESENTATION: REMAINING COMPETITIVE IN THE ERA OF CONNECTED EVERYTHING: HARNESSING THE POWER OF THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)
KEYNOTE PANEL: EVALUATING THE UPSWING IN SUBMARINE CABLE CONSTRUCTION ACROSS THE REGION AND ASSESSING REVENUE GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES
The ever- growing demand for bandwidth in Latin America, has boosted a major increase of submarine cables to connect the region and satisfy the increasing international bandwidth demand. This new surge in investment in new submarine cables has helped improve latency and created new and alternative routes. This boom in submarine cables has positioned Latin America as a leader in submarine cable construction globally. With so many new cables, and many routes connecting South America with North America and Africa, how will this affect transit price? What is the strategy to develop a competitive business model? Are operators exploring alternative business models? This panel will assess growth opportunities and alternative business models to monetise submarine cables infrastructure.
COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK
PROJECT UPDATE: MAXIMISING ON NEW PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: EXPLORING THE BRUSA CABLE SYSTEM
It is evident that the explosion of data traffic demand across Latin America is driving the growth of submarine cable construction. Forging strategic alliances with key content players and data centres, can advance the potential use of capacity of new submarine cables. Furthermore, as a result of the increase in data traffic demand there is a need to connect closer to database hubs. Therefore, to grow it is important to capitalise on this trend. In this context, the BRUSA cable system is one of the most relevant routes for Latin America, it covers the route from Virginia Beach to Rio de Janeiro. This new route provides high capacity connections to data centres. This session will provide project highlights on strategic alliances and key updates on the BRUSA cable system.
WHY DARK FIBER MATTERS: DISCOVERING THE OPPORTUNITIES AND ASSESSING THE FUTURE OF CONNECTIVITY
INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: TERRESTRIAL ROUTES IN LATIN AMERICA: UNDERSTANDING GROWTH AND POTENTIAL FOR NEW ROUTES IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES ACROSS THE REGION
SPEED NETWORKING SESSION
COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK
INSIGHT SESSION: IDENTIFYING KEY TRENDS IN THE LATIN AMERICAN WHOLESALE TELECOMS INDUSTRY: A COMPREHENSIVE UPDATE
INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: BENEFITTING FROM THE GROWING DEMAND FOR OTT APPS IN LATIN AMERICA: HOW ARE CARRIERS AND OTTS WORKING TO OPTIMISE THE END-USER EXPERIENCE
The large capacity requirements from content providers is shaping the regional telecoms infrastructure landscape. Carriers need to adapt their infrastructure continuously to meet the over-the-top (OTT) services demand which continuous to grow year-on-year. OTTs are changing the industry dynamics and carriers and key stakeholders need to persistently meet the new growing demands and deliver better quality of service every year. Ensuring network robustness and resilience are relevant factors to ensure and low-latency connectivity. In this context, it is essential to understand how carriers can benefit from the growth of content consumption across the region. This panel will assess how OTTs are shaping regional infrastructure and how carriers are adapting to support the new growing demands.
INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: ASSESSING THE EXPONENTIAL GROWTH IN THE DATA CENTRE SECTOR: A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE
The demand for app, cloud-based services, mobile computing, IoT and more are driving data centre growth. Digital transformation across Latin America is also growing fast and this need for businesses to digitise their operations is accelerating the data centre expansion. This session will assess the impact of cloud services; explore future data hubs and leading factors igniting the data centre growth across the region.