29 August - 1 September Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center
National Harbor, MD,
On site and Virtual event
For booking a meeting : Executive Suite #3082 Old Hickory Elevator
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Orange is participating in this worldwide hybrid event as a key partner and a global telecom player. In the post-pandemic world, the exponential growth of digital services requires high security and quality. At Orange International Carriers, we offer you a comprehensive portfolio of innovative and flexible solutions. So, whether you are an Operator, a Content Provider or a Pure Wholesaler, we can help you to make technology accessible for everyone.
Orange International Carriers offers a wide range of solutions
We propose professional services to meet your increasing diversity of demands, including customized business models and specially adapted offers. We also provide you with robust Roaming interconnectivity solutions and value-added services to support the growing demand for bandwidth on our IPX network. With 450,000 km submarine cables owned and co-owned, 45,000 km worldwide fiber network, 450+ PoPs, we are at the forefront of global and secured connectivity.
Equality & Inclusion in our DNA
At Orange, we are reaffirming our commitment to balancing the representation of women and men working in technical roles and innovation. The Group is proactively demystifying these professions for women thereby enabling a greater uptake in terms of career development and recruitment. As a transformation priority, team cohesion and performance in the workplace, along with gender equality in new technical roles, leads to progress.
Rely on a wholesale market leader that offers you unrivalled service continuity to support your revenue growth
We are looking forward to meeting you to showcase our collection of advanced solutions in the context of a reimagined global connectivity. So, let’s schedule right now an appointment with our representatives online or onsite! Contact us
Don’t miss Emmanuel Rochas, Anne Morel and Cedric Gonin panel participation during this worldwide event!
Keynote with Emmanuel Rochas, CEO, International Carriers, Orange
From telco providers to digital enablers August 30, 10:30 EST
As customer needs evolve and digital transformation continues to accelerate, there’s a growing demand for more personalized and flexible solutions. To provide that level of agility and ease for customers, we’re seeing increased consolidation, more investment in R&D, increased competition for talent, and new diverse partnerships across the sector as we enable the digitalization of industries. With telco operators becoming a one-stop-shop, will this ensure a return to growth?
Panel with Anne Morel, Senior Vice President of Global Carrier Sales at International Carriers, Orange
A movement, not a moment – ensuring we continue our focus as an industry on Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging August 31, 8:00 AM – 8:45 AM
As the GLF publishes our second annual Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging report, we take this time to focus on some of the key trends that we are seeing in our industry, communicate the progress made on gender equity and focus on the racial equity initiatives we are working on, noting that these vary considerably depending on Geographical location. There are many dimensions of diversity that require focus by us all but we are committed, as the GLF, to continue our work and ensure that the wider industry are advocating for inclusivity for all diverse groups.
Panel with Cedric Gonin, Senior Marketing Director Mobile Services
The tipping point for 5G & IoT August 31, 2pm EST
5G and IoT have respectively fallen prey to hype, but 2021 could be the year when both take a leading role in telecoms. The Covid-19 crisis has forced greater creativity around the way IoT is deployed to meet critical needs. Demand for IoT applications will continue to rise, especially in areas such as healthcare, manufacturing and retail distribution centres, as well as in “smart offices”. However, 5G rollout and connectivity will be required to unlock its full potential, so are we finally at the stage where we will see IoT take off?