ITW 2019
7,000 delegates | 2,000 companies | 135 countries
Dear Colleague,

The key to success in today's fast-paced telecommunications industry is to adapt quickly to change, and provide cutting-edge solutions in order to grow.

Now in its 12th year, International Telecoms Week provides a platform for you to stay ahead of the curve. Join the discussions on 23-25 June in Atlanta, Georgia, and understand the opportunities and challenges facing the industry today.
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Highlighted Panel Sessions
Sunday 23 June:
?Messaging & SMS Network
ITW kicks-off with a day dedicated to the Messaging & SMS ecosystem, with panel sessions exploring opportunities in A2P messaging, and how the rise of Rich Communication Services (RCS) will change the messaging landscape.
Monday 24 June:
?Women in Telecoms: Creating a Practical Pathway to a Diverse Workplace
There are still challenges in female engagement when it comes to male dominated industries. This panel discussion will provide an opportunity to promote incentives on diversity and share experiences of how to overcome day-to-day challenges. 

?Mitigating Security Threats as a Wholesale Carrier 
With DDoS attacks on the rise, and carriers and cloud hosting services as the most vulnerable for attack, discover how the carrier community is preparing for the next wave of threats. 

?The Carrier Role in Forging the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, defines the Fourth Industrial Revolution as a fusion of technologies that blurs the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres. Uncover the ways in which carriers see their role, and the key services they can offer, within this new digital age.

?Achieving Frictionless Commerce
The Global Leaders' Forum will present their updates and insights on the journey to capacity on demand.
Tuesday 25 June:
?The Final Frontier: Launching the Opportunity in Low Earth Orbit Satellite Connectivity
This session will explore how the position of Low Earth Orbit satellites is evolving and the impact on the wholesale carrier ecosystem.

?Global Connectivity: Servicing International Subsea Demand
With a data intensive future on the horizon, subsea carriers and big internet giants are all competing for a piece of the data pie. With demands in capacity only predicted to increase, understand how this will impact the industry. 

?Transforming Inter-Carrier Settlement
The Global Leaders' Forum will launch their development on DLT-enabled settlement platform.
If you have any questions or require any assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us at or +44 (0)20 7779 8646. 

We look forward to seeing you in June!

Kind regards,

ITW Team

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