Director of Service Provider Thought Leadership Vice President of Global Technology Policy
Today’s headlines indicate that we are experiencing exceptional levels of rapid change within the telecom industry and adjacent markets.
Airtel launches free voice-calling packs for broadband customers (source: The Economic Times)
Google Unveils Wireless Service Called “Project Fi” (source: Forbes)
Here's How YouTube Is Making It Easier to Watch 4K Video (source: Endgadget)
Netflix Gets Star Treatment from Broadband Firms Abroad (source: Wall Street Journal)
During the May 27 Visual Networking Index (VNI) Complete Forecast webcast, we will discuss the projections for global IP traffic growth, primary influences on bandwidth demand, and major transitions in broadband technologies, as projected by our annual VNI Global IP Traffic and Service Adoption Forecasts for 2014–2019.
Join Cisco executives Thomas Barnett, Director of Service Provider Thought Leadership and Dr. Robert Pepper, Vice President of Global Technology Policy, as they present the major findings and discuss the implications of this year’s forecast. Among other topics, they will discuss:
Global and regional IP traffic growth projections for 2014–2019
How devices and connections (smartphones, tablets, M2M, and so on) affect IP traffic
What effect faster broadband speeds will have on IP traffic growth
How video viewing is evolving (for example, 4K and spherical video)
The increasing demand and role of Wi-Fi networks globally
The reality of Internet of Everything (IoE) applications today and projections for the future
Register Now for our webcast on May 27 at 9 a.m. Pacific Time (noon Eastern Time) to learn more and participate in a live Q&A. We hope you can join us.
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