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Bringing together the complete Policy Control ecosystem under one roof!
Policy Control & Data Pricing will return for the 4th time next year, 8th-9th April 2014 in Berlin.
THANK YOU to all delegates, speakers and sponsors for attending the 2013 show and for ensuring the forum remains the no.1 place for all things policy. Here's what you had to say:
“Great tool to understand the current market context and future trends for PCC theme” - Huawei
“Excellent event, great presentations, panel discussions and opportunities to meet with people from across the industry; excellent organisation of the event & great venue choice” - BT
“Puts Intelligent Policy Control on the map” - Oracle
“Good to have such a focused topic within broadband traffic management. It is the right time to discuss these topics now, because standards and customer needs have become clearer” - Telenor Norway
"The presentations and discussions really hit on the big issues of what policy means to operators" - Roke
“Very good event covering a broad spectrum of the policy control field” - Huawei
Now in its 3rd year, the evolution of Policy Control & Data Pricing continues to mature from an effective instrument for traffic management into a valuable multifaceted tool for marketing.Operators are beginning to utilise their policies to not only deliver a personalised quality of service but also as a means for revenue generation. Importance of policy has never been greater as more data than ever is on the network through the deployment of LTE and the number of connected devices. Managing and monetising data is a key challenge for operators and I am delighted to present a programme that analyses just how policy can be used for both marketing and managing data traffic.. For 2013 we welcome over 50 leading industry experts to the forum providing global case studies of varying levels of policy deployment ensuring that no matter what stage you are at, this is the right forum for you.
With interactive panel discussions, a vendor shoot out, 2 day breakfast boot-camps and our largest range of operator case studies from around the globe, 2013’s forum is set to be our best yet!
Here is a snapshot of some of the great discussions and networking undertaken at Policy Control 2013. Thank you to all attendees and to pre-register your interest for Policy Control 2014 please email firstname.lastname@example.org
See you Next Year!
Policy Control & Data Pricing may have ended for another year but discussions have continued in our LinkedIn group. With over 1000 members and counting, join our group to discuss the key messages from this year's forum - by joining you will also receive details on Policy Control 2014 when they become available.
"Reaching a thousand members in our LinkedIn Policy Control group is a real milestone, but numbers aren't everything. The knowledge and expertise of the membership is extraordinary and the group has become a forum for in-depth discussion on all aspects of policy control and a repository for some very detailed technical information."
- Peter Dykes, Senior Analyst, Informa Telecoms & Media
Broadband Traffic Management Congress, 12-13 November 2013, London.
BBTM returns bigger than ever with a focused agenda looking at the impact of LTE on network traffic. The evolution of policy is a big focus this year as we analyse policy in the context of VoLTE and M2M.
If you would like further details please email email@example.com or visit www.broadbandtrafficevent.com for more information
It was worth attending and networking with operatorsCorine Suscens, Marketing Manager, Openet
Very good for focus and networkingJoanne Steinberg, Director Strategic Marketing, Tekelec
Captured the pulse of the industry on PCCAlan Quayle, Owner, Alan Quayle Business & Service Development
Interesting; relevant content, educational and entertaining!Stephen Patton, Product Manager, Telesoft
Good Exposure to the industry trends; operators problems and solutions being offeredNorbert Naveen, Senior Project leader,Tayana Software Solutions
The dynamic is "open"; meaning delegates are very engaged in the conference dialogue; both in formal and informal terms.Kishen Mangat, BroadHop
“Good content and good networking opportunities”Alexander Henner, Senior System Architect, Aptilo Networks