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Archived Webcast'17

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Fifth Convergence Summit 2017

First  Convergence Summit

Second  Convergence Summit  2014

Third  Converegence Summit  2015

Fourth  Convergence Summit  2016









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Venue

ITC Maurya 

Hall : "Kamal Mahal" 

Diplomatic Enclave, Sardar Patel Marg, New Delhi 110 021

Time

0830 -1700 hrs

 

Ph. +91-11-26112233   Fax. +91-11-26113333

 


ITC Maurya, New Delhi

in the Heart of the City


Nestled in greenery in the heart of Delhi, ITC Maurya – a premier luxury hotel in the capital city of India, is acknowledged as the preferred ‘Residence for World Leaders and Global Icons’ for over 35 years. The 437 room property encapsulates the luxury hotel experience with exemplary service and warm hospitality soaked in Indian traditions. ITC Maurya has ordained industry benchmarks in safety and security; It offers a wide choice of premium rooms and suites with world renowned restaurants including the iconic Bukhara, banqueting facilities, spa and wellness- terming it under the finest decisions that any explorer would take!



General Information of Delhi :

» Capital - New Delhi. Area: 491 sq km.
» Population - 9370475.
» Language - Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, English is equally in the use.
» Touring season - Sep, Oct, Nov, Feb and March. However, winter is severe and long from Nov to early March.

 

Climate :
The summer season begins from April and ends in the month of June. During the summers the average maximum temperature is 40°C and minimum temperature is 25ºC. The monsoon arrives the city in early July and continues till the end of September. The winter extends from late November to February. The temperature in winters varies between 21°C to 5°C. January is the coldest month when the temerature drops to a minimum of 0 °C.

 

Best Season :
For Sightseeing, the best season to visit Delhi is between September  to March. Summers in Delhi are very hot and it is not recommended to visit it during May, June or July.

   

   

Digital : 5G Technology for the Future

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New frontiers for connectivity and ability to provide differentiated services is driving innovative business models. Roles are opening up for intermediaries both upstream and downstream to telecom service providers. Prevalent use cases of changes in business models and potential for creation of new “merchant” markets in the telco value chain in the Indian context.

With faster speeds, reduced latency and higher bandwidth 5G would support a plethora of application. 5G is enabling digitalization of vertical markets and enhancing and building new service capabilities across sectors. How business across industry verticals are planning on leveraging on this technology disruption for new service innovation?

Massive IoT

With Low-Power Wide-Area (LPWA) technology, narrowband IOT and LTE-M (M2M) telecom service providers are enabling networks which can support massive IoT. Which massive IoT use cases we see wider commercialization in India? Will massive IoT deployments enhance telecom service provider role in Smart Cities? Combatting the security threats across connected devices, securing compliance and efficiency.

Challenges & way forward - 5G

Strategic considerations for modernizing infrastructure and acquisition of resources to unleash potential of 5G. Drivers and obstacles predicting commercial deployment and readiness of network and services. Recommendations and way forward to prosper 5G landscape across markets.

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