Meet STL at FutureNet MENA 2023

Book time with our team at FutureNet MENA 2023 to discuss the following topics:

Amy Cameron: Future of telcos, AI, Automation and Business models

  • What do next generation telecom operators look like and how will the dynamics change as the ecosystem evolves
  • Hyperscale cloud providers and telcos: defining the relationship for future business models
  • Will automation and intelligence really deliver the network requirements of tomorrow?
  • Moving towards lights-out / zero-touch operations through intelligent, proactive service assurance functions
  • Service Assurance transformation: The pathway to intelligent, autonomous networks

Emma Buckland: Cloud, Edge, 5G, IoT and AI

  • How telcos leverage hyper-scale services such as AI, ML, security, analytics, and IoT to provide new and innovative offerings to customers
  • Understanding the potential of AIoT to transform businesses across industries, creating a new economy to power the fourth industrial revolution
  • Delivering ultra-reliable, low-latency mobile connections and power new capabilities, from predictive maintenance, autonomous machines, and factory robotics
  • How can we reduce the costs of service assurance and create more real-time responsiveness through automation? What are the steps to transform the network and service performance through closed loop assurance and AI?
  • What is the best way of enabling new services and products to be ordered and deployed efficiently?

Amy Cameron, Principal Analyst

Amy works with world-leading operators and tech companies to define opportunities and strategies in the B2B and AI fields. She leads STL Partners’ research into application of AI in telecoms, as well as the Growing Enterprise Revenues research stream. Before joining STL in 2017, she was Head of ICT Research at Fitch Solutions. Amy speaks French and Mandarin and holds an MSc in Chinese Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies.

Emma Buckland, Senior Analyst

Emma has worked in the TMT sector since the end of the 1990s. In the past ten years her role has focused on quantitative analysis (market sizing and forecast). Since joining STL Partners, she had developed forecast models for digital health, telco cloud, including Open RAN, and edge computing. She holds an MSc Engineering from Ecole Centrale de Lyon.