16th June 2023 | The St. Regis|Mumbai
The ultimate goal of network automation is to create "zero-touch" or autonomous networks. By implementing automation in 5G networks, telecom operators can address three key operational issues, including reducing human errors in network management and operations, reducing service provisioning time, and improving time-to-cash. Additionally, closed-loop network assurance helps reduce time-to-resolve network and security issues.
Telecom operators' networks are becoming dynamic and heterogeneous. Constantly changing network parameters and configurations to meet customer expectations create a significant amount of complexity. Therefore, efficient network operation without high levels of automation is impractical. Automation improves every aspect of service provider operations, from error reduction in network operations and service management to accelerating tasks.
We invite all stakeholders to participate in this event and understand the collective needs of network automation for telecom operators. The event is committed to providing a complete 360-degree view of network automation progress in India. This platform will bring together industry top executives to discuss and deliberate on network automation, paving the way for a more efficient and reliable network
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Delegates are comprise from Telecom & Enterprise: CEOs, CIOs, CTOs, CFOs, COOs, Chief Technologists from competitive carriers, VPs – (Business Strategy), Head - IT, Network, Technology, Network Planning and Management) Directors, Head of Strategic Planning Head of Corporate Development, VP- Digital, Head – Digital Transformation,, Head of Engineering, Head of Operations, Head of Business Development, Head of Networks, Head of Programme Development, Govt. officials, Analysts, DOT, TRAI, TEC, Association, Universities, etc.