Network Automation & AI, defining the roadmap for the Telco of the future

At FutureNet World in April and Webinars throughout the year we discuss the strategic and commercial priorities in today’s digital world and the considerations for the future of the network. Dedicated to driving the agenda around ‘Network Automation and AI’, a key foundational pillar for the next wave of growth in the telecoms market.

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2021 Speakers:

Introducing > Industry Directions > Online campaigns to illuminate how the hottest Network Automation & AI topics are shaping the direction of Telecoms. Throughout 2021 we will bring you content that you won’t find anywhere else, featuring podcasts, CXO interviews, industry webinars, CSP roundtables, and more. 

  • January – Autonomous Networks, Enabling the future of the Telco industry, Collaboration, Co-opetition & Co-creation – Register
  • February – Automation & AI driving Operational Efficiency 
  • The remainder of 2021 to be announced – Participation Opportunities

The beautiful thing about FutureNet World is it is razor focused on digitisation, automation and Artificial Intelligence”

Ibrahim Gideon CTO, TELUS

"AI & Automation are critical to the success and profitability of the communications industry, we had so many global operators actively partaking at FutureNet World”

Ari Banjeree Vice President Strategy, Netcracker

It was very refreshing to see an event that focused primarily on AI, whilst considering other key topics, such as Virtualisation and Edge. This makes FutureNet World unique”

David Boswarthick Director of New Technologies, ETSI

Industry Recognition

In its new virtual form and timing for 2020, does FutureNet World still deliver?

Over the last few years, the FutureNet World has established itself as a solid fixture on the telecom event calendar, attracting an impressive collection of senior operator and vendor speakers from around the world. In its new form and timing for 2020, does it still deliver? From its beginning, FutureNet has been distinctive in making revolutionary themes central to its agenda, rather than a sidetrack. In particular, AI and Automation. Read More of the Appledore Research Review

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