O3b mPOWER – the most powerful satellite system ever
O3b mPOWER is the world’s only fully-funded non-geostationary orbit (NGSO) broadband system in development today. Positioned at only 8,000 kilometres away from Earth, the system will power low-latency high-throughput solutions that can be seamlessly integrated into existing terrestrial networks. When operational in 2022, O3b mPOWER will provide multiple terabits of throughput globally to drive digital transformation and cloud adoption virtually anywhere on the planet.
The highly flexible O3b mPOWER constellation comprises ultra-high-capacity, low-latency, high-power MEO satellites, each with up to 5,000 fully-shapeable and steerable beams that can be shifted and scaled in real-time to meet customers’ demands. The system is ideally suited for domestic cellular backhaul and simultaneous international IP trunking applications.
Join the upcoming webinar to learn about the revolutionary O3b mPOWER that will provide multiple terabits of throughput globally to drive digital transformation and cloud adoption virtually anywhere on the planet.
Imran Malik - Global VP Fixed Data, SES Networks
Miguel Costa - Product Manager, Mobile Backhaul service, SES Networks
Stephen Barr - O3b mPOWER Solutions Marketing SES Networks
RecordedNov 26 202060 mins
Your place is confirmed, we'll send you email reminders
Gloria Palavicini Deputy Sales Director and Leonardo Antopia Chief Commercial Officer; Neutral Networks
In this webinar we will learn the reasons why the city of Queretaro, in Mexico, is becoming the most important digital hub in Latin-America. We will learn about the Mexican and Latin market and how the data explosion in those countries are leading a growing need for neutral infrastructure. Finally, we will present our solution for this increasing need, and how Mexico could connect with USA and the rest of the world.
Shawn Morris, Vice President, Systems, Applications & Software, Global IP Network Division of NTT Ltd
In today’s telecom market, tighter margins, tougher competition, and the insatiable demand for bandwidth are all forcing global carriers to innovate at the speed of light.
Software-defined networking technology, or SDN, seems to be the answer to most of these challenges but as the concept continues gaining fervent adepts (and critics), it is becoming increasingly difficult to get unbiased information to make informed decisions.
This webinar will provide a view of SDN through the lens of a carrier network and give attendees some help to assess their organisation’s readiness and willingness to adopt SDN.
Capacity Media and NTT Ltd will host a live webinar on Thursday 30 September at 4pm London time (5pm Central European Time / 11am New York time) to discuss Software-defined networking technology (SDN) from the point of view of a carrier network and give attendees some help to assess their organisation’s readiness and willingness to adopt SDN.
During this webinar, participants will:
- Explore the technology behind the concept,
- Understand the impact on organizational and operational cultures, and;
- Learn from the case study that is NTT Ltd's experience with SDN.
The discussion will be led by Shawn Morris - Vice President, Systems, Applications & Software, Global IP Network Division of NTT Ltd.
This webinar offers a spotlight on the Muscat IBX data center (MC1) and Internet Exchange, a joint venture between Equinix and Omantel, are strategically located in the heart of the digital ecosystem connecting Asia, Africa and Europe. This partnership is capitalizing on a unique strategy to extend the reach of the subsea cables landing in Muscat to MC1. This confluence of cable systems with carrier-neutral colocation, interconnection and peering has accelerated the growth of digital corridors linked with Oman including dynamic markets like Singapore and Pakistan as well as the local market, and this is expected to continue to grow further. In partnership with Equinix and Omantel.
Darren Grabowski, Network Security Team Manager, Global IP Network Division of NTT Ltd
Are you ready to respond to a DDoS attack? Do you have a defence plan in place? DDoS attacks can strike at any time, potentially crippling network infrastructure and severely degrading user experience. Depending on their type and severity, the impact can result in damaged infrastructure, lost revenue, decreased productivity and irreparable harm to your organization’s brand and resources.
This webinar will discuss the latest trends in DDoS attacks, who the potential targets are and the effects on assets and organizations. Most importantly, this session will provide you with invaluable information to help you get ready for and deal with a DDoS attack, including:
• How to plan before you get attacked
• What to do when attacked
• Basic approaches to DDoS attack mitigation
Hosted by Capacity Media and Infinera, the live webinar will take place on July 28 at 4pm BST (5pm CEST).
Coherent transmission has been deployed in optical transport networks for over a decade. In that time, individual wavelength data rates have increased by a factor of 20 – from 40 Gb/s in 2009 to 800 Gb/s today, over five generations of coherent technology.
From a network operator perspective, upgrading transponder technology is a non-trivial decision – operators need to have very good justifications for deploying a follow-on generation.
This webinar will focus on the top five reasons that network operators should consider an 800G solution and will suggest a minimum goal for the added value of moving through coherent generations in real network deployments.
Join Capacity Media and Infinera on July 28 at 4pm BST to learn more.
Arthur D. Little, OneWeb, SES Networks, Telesat and Telstra
With today’s new satellite mega-constellations springing up in low-earth orbit (LEO) and plans for huge rollouts over the coming years from the likes of SpaceX, OneWeb and Amazon, space may overhaul the global connectivity landscape.
There are major growth opportunities for telecommunications companies (telcos) and satellite operators, as technologies such as 5G, edge computing, and the Internet of Things (IoT) become mainstream.
But telcos and satellite operators will need to work together to support this emerging “space race.” Satellite operators, in particular, should consider leveraging the extensive IP networks that telcos already have, and their other assets and relationships worldwide.
Join us as our guests look at what the future holds for the telcos and satellite operators and what steps do these “frenemies” need to take together to make the most of the vast potential benefits on offer from this new frontier.
Latest examples of leveraging AI for efficient and resilient data centres
How has the pandemic excelled the use case for AI
The benefits of using predictive management of your assets
When will data centres truly be ‘lights out’, if ever?
A global view of Data Centre Operations/ State of the facility
The realities of Data Centre automation
Deployable today: featured automation technologies and lessons
Benchmarking your data centre for an automated future
Where are the investment opportunities & how are investors approaching them?
Outlook for edge assets in the next 5 years
Where does edge sit in comparison with other types of digital infra assets?
Will Europe follow the US market; will London or Amsterdam become the European SPAC capital?
Industry initiatives to attract new talent & how you can support
Where are the graduates going and how can the industry become more attractive?
How can the industry provide awareness to schools, colleges and universities of the career opportunities in the sector?
Exponential Data Growth in India driving the need for massive upgrade of Digital Infrastructure
How we #buildwithgoodness? Talking about Skill Development, Safety & Sustainability
Role of partnerships in enabling scalable and reliable Digital Infrastructure
Businesses are aligning their strategic goals to hone in on ESG; prioritising cost reduction, scalability and carbon neutrality. How do we leverage increasing data maturity, latency, infrastructure and frameworks to build the next-generation datacenters? Where do you locate your datacenters, and can this convergence of factors create a truly circular opportunity to achieve your end-state of being green 24/7?
Outlook on changing customer behaviours and how retailers are preparing for this
What are the ultimate goals from edge computing within retail?
What are retail operators looking for from their infrastructure providers?
Edge Computing is becoming a critical part of any multi-layered technology strategy. By bringing the cloud closer to the end-user, the edge can enable new services, new monetization opportunities, and improved application experience for users.
During this session, industry leaders will explore:
· Acceleration of cloud adoption by Enterprises as we come out of the global pandemic (150B 2021-2023)
· Services that customers are demanding (on-ramp, multi-cloud, private peering)
· Network architectural enablers such as 400ZR
· Adjustments needed for capacity planning and deployment
· How are various roles within the ecosystem evolving to help customers improve their business outcomes using edge?
· Impact of the emergence of key industry partnerships
· Key objectives and challenges for deploying within EU versus other regions.
Connecting the dots between energy supply and utility-scale energy storage
Are new power options (ie. hydrogen fuel cells) a realistic solution for everyone?
When will the industry eliminate old fossil fuel generators?