ICE 2017: NFV, WiFi, and Improving Network Performance

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What’s the current state of network virtualization? What wireless strategies should you be considering? And what could you be doing right now to improve subscriber quality of experience (QoE) and stay ahead of the competition?

These are just some of the big questions facing service providers today — and they aren’t always easy to answer.

This May, we’re bringing together some of the best minds in the industry to discuss the big questions that can future-proof your network at Incognito Community Exchange (ICE). You’ll have the chance to learn from industry experts and discover new strategies for:

  • NFV and Community WiFi
  • Enhancing the Customer Care Experience
  • Extending Network Capital
  • Deploying DOCSIS 3.1, fiber, and new access technologies

You’ll also gain an insider’s perspective on best practices for Incognito solutions at the popular hands-on Boot Camp and from customer case studies outlining real-world deployments.

This year, I’m excited to announce an early preview of our new wireless management platform at ICE 2017 — it’s a must-see for anyone interested in learning more about how network function virtualization can help you deploy (or improve) public WiFi hotspot management.

There will also be opportunities to relax and network with peers and Incognito product managers and executives. Speakers from previous years include experts from CableLabs, SCTE, TMForum, Suddenlink, Starhub, Cox, Brighthouse Networks, TW Telecom and many others.

The best part? If you work for a telecommunication service provider, attendance is completely complimentary. Join us in sunny Orlando, Florida from May 9–11 for ICE 2017.  

Reserve your spot today »

I look forward to seeing you at ICE!

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