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The GSMA Wholesale Agreements and Solutions Group (WAS) is responsible for Operator-to-Operator and Operator-to-Hub interoperability (including Interworking and Roaming) to provide GSMA members with a consistent, reliable GSM service for members to offer their customers.

 

GSMA WAS#9 is now only two months away. Meet us in KL to discover our unique Signalling Solutions that cover Roaming Management and Signalling Security for mobile operators.

 

– Roaming Management with pinpoint control – meet demanding steering targets and give your subscribers high quality experiences.

– Roamflow – the workflow app that’s helping roaming department managers juggle less, and achieve more.

– Mobile Data Analytics – so you can optimise your data service offerings.

– Monetise A2P messaging with our next-generation SMS Firewall.

– Comprehensive signalling protection for your network and your subscribers. Our Signalling Firewall has been called “The Grandfather of Signalling Firewalls” by Karsten Nohl, Chief Scientist at SRLabs.

 

Our technology serves more than 600 million subscribers worldwide and we’re rated a top innovator and a Tier 1 vendor in independent researches.

 

See you at WAS#9 in Kuala Lumpur!

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Mobile World Congress has come around once again with the overriding theme of Intelligent Connectivity. The eight themes of 2019 straddle connectivity, AI, Industry 4.0 (a modified version of 2018’s 4th Industrial Revolution), Immersive Content, Disruptive Innovation, Digital Wellness, Digital Trust and the Future. Intelligent Connectivity marks the beginning of a new era of highly contextualised and personalised experiences, delivered when and where you want them. Cellusys in 2019 is at the centre of 2019’s Intelligent Connectivity them with offerings spanning Connectivity, AI, Industry 4.0, Disruptive Innovation, Digital Trust and of course the Future.

 

Connectivity is becoming more critical to everything we touch. 5G means speed, it means flexibility and means agility allowing more services and performance with higher reliability than is possible today. Connectivity aims to highlight the requirements needed to make 5G a reality.

How will it be implemented, what are the business models, what does it mean for spectrum allocation and regulation.

 

Artificial intelligence is already making its mark on the world with a transformative effect on consumers, organisations, and government. AI explores the potential of artificial intelligence, as well as how we manage the technological revolution it brings and its impact on us.

 

Industry 4.0 is a repeated theme of last year and encompasses IoT, cyber-physical systems, cloud and cognitive computing that constitutes Industry 4.0.

 

Immersive Content can mean Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and other forms of immersive content. Its growth and the impact on networks, events and overall consumer engagement grow. Immersive Content examines the challenges, the revenue models, as well as the relationship between consumption growth and network capacity.

 

Disruptive Innovation is woven into every aspect of the event as the speed of innovation and its diffusion continues to accelerate. Companies must be vigilant, as well as, agile to identify and then implement against constant change.

 

Digital Wellness encompasses the impact of digital and how it touches every aspect of our lives, mostly through our smartphones and, therefore, mobile networks. As smartphones have become pervasive, there is also rising concern about the addictive nature of technology, as well as, connections to mental health.

 

Digital Trust is becoming more critical and recent events such as security breaches have eroded trust in the digital ecosystem. Coupled with the growing introduction and interest in legislation around privacy and the ethics of data usage as we enter the AI era, we are at a pivotal juncture in the evolution of the Internet. Digital trust analyses the growing responsibilities required to create the right balance with consumers, governments, and regulators.

 

The Future takes a longer 10-year view on the technologies that will shape our world in 2028 and beyond.

 

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Cellusys at MWC this year is at the forefront of Intelligent Connectivity themes with offerings spanning Connectivity, AI, Industry 4.0, Disruptive Innovation, Digital Trust and the Future.

Please join us in conjunction with the Mobile Ecosystem Forum this year on IoT Tuesday at Cellusys Barcelona to discuss with our panelists from IoT companies, where we interact and debate the key questions to bring Mobile IoT to the next level: monetization, security, and network capacity.

 

Mobile IoT, The New Opportunity – Networking, Drinks, Discussion and Tapas
at
Cellusys
Plaça d’Europa 25, 08908 L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain

IoT Tuesday at Cellusys Barcelona in conjunction with the Mobile Ecosystem Forum during Mobile World Congress.

IoT is the most significant growth factor in the mobile world where 1 out of 5 IoT connections is expected to be mobile by 2024. Mobile IoT will be a big market in its own right. However, like all businesses it will not grow by itself, it needs the support of the entire ecosystem to create value and avoid pitfalls. Key participants of the value chain need to work together and build the future businesses of Mobile IoT – from networks to devices, from solutions to operators.

We will discuss with our panelists from IoT companies, where we interact and debate the key questions to bring Mobile IoT to the next level: monetization, security, and network capacity.

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Mobile IoT, The New Opportunity – Networking, Drinks, Discussion and Tapas
at
Cellusys
Plaça d’Europa 25, 08908 L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain

Speakers:

 

Benedict Bannister
Tata Communications

Director – Mobility & IoT Services

 

Dhiraj Wazir
ROCCO

CEO Strategy

 

Stephen Fitzpatrick
Cellusys IoT

Vice President

Thomas Noel
JT

MD International Division

 

Tim Green
Mobile Ecosystem Forum

Moderator

 

We are looking forward to meeting you at WAS #8 in Rovinj, Croatia.

The GSMA Wholesale Agreements and Solutions Group (WAS) is responsible for Operator-to-Operator and Operator-to-Hub interoperability (including Interworking and Roaming) to provide GSMA members with a consistent, reliable GSM service for members to offer their customers.

GSMA WAS#8 is now only two months away. Meet us to discover our unique Roaming and Signalling platform at WAS#8 in Rovinj.

Fraud and Security Group drives the industry’s management of fraud and security matters to protect mobile operator technology and infrastructure, and customer identity, security, and privacy.

This is key to maintaining the reputation of mobile operators as trusted partners in the ecosystem.

FASG#12 meeting in Porto is now only a few weeks away. It will be a great opportunity to stay informed of the latest fraud and security risks in the telecoms industry.

Our team has 12 years experience building signalling security products that serve more than 450 million subscribers worldwide. Come and listen to “Interconnect signalling threats to IoT” presented by Cellusys on Tuesday 25th, September 2018.