Network X: Telco leaders gather to drive industry innovation

Network X returns this October. Credit: Network X
Taking place later this month, Network X will explore key trends & challenges facing telcos like the growth of Techcos and convergence of 5G and fibre

Returning from 24-26 October 2023, Network X is a matter of weeks away.

A premier industry event, the gathering at Porte de Versailles, Paris, will see telecom titans celebrating industry milestones while offering insights into what the future may hold. 

5G advancements, broadband innovations and cloud transformations will be shared via keynote presentations held by industry leaders including the likes of Mari-Noëlle Jégo-Laveissière, Deputy CEO at Orange Group, who will be running Capitalising on Fibre and 5G investments across Europe to Drive New Revenues.

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“With just a few weeks to go, the Network X team and our esteemed speakers are gearing up for what promises to be  the most successful year to date,” Christopher Lycett, Portfolio Manager at Network X shared. “This year’s programme focuses on the critical issues around infrastructure investments and monetisation that currently face telcos, and sessions will provide attendees with actionable insights and guidance for navigating this fast-moving landscape.”

Network X highlights for TMT leaders

More than 150 leading solutions providers confirmed to exhibit, including Nokia, China Telecom, Mavenir and CommScope

Along with Jégo-Laveissière’s keynote, must-see sessions at Network X include the panel, Journey from Telco to TechCo with the Help of Cloud, including speakers such as Colin Bannon, CTO at BT Business and Madalina Suceveanu, MD of Mobile & Cloud at Liberty Global). This session deep dive into what it means to become a TechCo and how progress can be measured, as well as what telcos can learn from Big Tech in order to differentiate themselves in the industry.

JB Rousselot, CEO of Chorus, will also take to the stage for the Investing in the Fibre Frontier to Bridge the Digital Divide session, which will have a focus on the challenges around the nationwide fibre rollout and the importance of copper decommissioning to ensure future-proof connectivity for all residents. 

Network X 2023 themes and sessions

With a key focus on celebrating success industry-wide, the conference will boast workshops alongside its core speaker sessions, as well as the Network X awards. Taking place at the historic Hotel de Ville in Paris, the awards will celebrate the top achievements and innovative moments from the industry over the past year. 

The themes guiding audiences through this years’ event include 5G development, broadband infrastructure and cloud transformation. The key trends and challenges currently facing telcos, including the growth of Techcos, the convergence of 5G and fibre, and green networks, will be at the forefront of the event.


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