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Telco Big Data Summit

Wednesday, 12 November 2014

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Building on the success of last year’s inaugural show, Telco Big Data returns in 2014 with a bigger and better programme and more operator case studies than ever before. The Telco Big Data Summit 20134will provide key insights into the challenges and benefits of exploiting Telco Data. As the volume, velocity and variety of data traffic travelling on operator networks rises at an exponential rate, telcos are facing a bigger challenge than ever with regards to capturing, storing, processing, analysing and extracting value from their data. The question of how to maximise the value of this data is a huge one, with a myriad of perspectives, priorities and solutions to consider. Including a wide range of case studies from operators around the globe capturing the latest innovations in the big data industry, this is an event not to be missed.

For more information:

http://telcobigdata.com/

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