RMA are participating in Mobile Video Global Summit 2013 in Berlin

We are extremely pleased to announce that RMA will be participating in the Mobile Video Global Summit this year in Berlin from 4th-5th June.

Our Managing Director, Guy Redmill, will be participating in the panel "Smart Edge Caching: What is the Economical Effect, What is the User Experience Effect?" on 4th June and the breakfast roundtable discussion on 5th June.

Mobile Video Global Summit is the only event dedicated to exploring how optimising mobile video traffic will help operators monetise data.

If you are attending and would like to book a meet with Guy then why not This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. now? Alternatively, come and meet Guy before or after the panel and discussion.

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