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RMA announces Gold Media Partnership at Telecom APIs 2014

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RMA is pleased to announce that it has been become Gold Media Partners for Telecom APIs 2014. The event will take place from 7 – 9 October 2014 in London.

We recently attended the Telecom API event in Munich in the capacity of Chair for the Legacy Networks Evolution stream. RMA’s Managing Director, Guy Redmill, offered his insight into how operators can successfully deploy in IMS and Legacy networks. Our view was that SS7 is alive and kicking and just as important to Tier 2 and 3 operators as it ever was. Take a look at our presentation to find out more.

Telecom APIs 2014 is the meeting place for international telco operators, aggregators and developers to come together and evaluate how to generate new income streams through the effective use of APIs. Following on from the themes of previous API events, this year will focus on building “profitable services and business models enabled by Telecoms APIs”.

RMA announced as Media Partners for SDN & NFV Summit 2014

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Redmill Marketing Associates is delighted to be media partners for SDN & NFV Summit 2014. The event takes place from 15 – 17 September 2014 in Nice.

Following a successful 2013 event, also for which we were media partners, the 2014 instalment of SDN & NFV summit will see a shift in emphasis from “What is SDN and NFV?” to “How should it be implemented?”.

SDN & NFV 2014 is Europe’s leading, dedicated, meeting space for the burgeoning Software Defined Networking, Network Virtualisation & Cloud community. The 2014 event programme offers case studies, live demonstrations, debates, and live Q&A sessions across 3 days. We will be following the discussion and debate closely and look forward to hearing more about future roadmaps for SDN and NFV.

Discover what we learnt at Mobile World Congress this year about SDN & NFV by clicking here.

The Past is Still Part of our Present

We were invited to chair a session at the recent Telecom APIs event in Munich. As part of our engagement we gave a short presentation on the importance of so-called ‘legacy’ technologies in enabling today’s networks.

The short message is that SS7 is alive and kicking and just as important to Tier 2 and 3 operators as it ever was. Take a look at our presentation to find out more.