Looking ahead to 2020 and attempting to guess how best to prepare for a successful satellite company can create a quandary as most certainly it won't be the same gameplan as today—with business as usual. The webinar will host experts from Kratos, Signalhorn, WTA and Intelsat who will address the report "The Teleport of Tomorrow".
What will the successful satellite operating company of 2020 look like? Accelerating trends suggest that "business as usual" will not be a recipe for success. Find out what one of the leading satellite executives, Michael DeMarco, Senior Vice President of Operations from Intelsat, believes will be the keys to succeeding in this dynamic environment.
Join the World Teleport Association (WTA) for a webinar as they discuss the findings from their recent report "The Teleport of Tomorrow" with a panel of thought leaders from the satellite, teleport and ground technology segment. Additional panelists will include Robert Kubbernus, CEO and Chairman of Signalhorn, a leading network operator and Stuart Daughtridge, VP of Advanced Technology of Kratos, a ground infrastructure solutions provider.
Date: Thursday, July 21, 2016
Time: 11:00am ET; 8:00am PT
Duration: 1 Hour
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- Michael DeMarco, Senior Vice President of Operations, Intelsat
- Robert Kubbernus, Chief Executive Officer & Chairman, Signalhorn
- Stuart Daughtridge, Vice President of Advanced Technology, Kratos
- Robert Bell, Executive Director, World Teleport Association
Key Discussion Topics Include:
- What will be the effect of HTS on new and future business models and strategies?
- Will technology footprints decrease with the use of third parties or grow with exploding capacity?
- How will new technologies such as big data analytics, cloud and virtualization bring competitive advantage?
- What types of partnerships will help companies scale and deliver more value to customers?
- How will companies bridge the RF and IP knowledge gap to staff effectively?