How will data flows dictate future requirements of connectivity and data points?

Sponsored by Netnod & Eastern Lights

June 1st | Stockholm | 7A Posthuset

A data-driven strategy brings many benefits to businesses that embrace it. What’s becoming clearer is that data is infrastructure. Infrastructure is a puzzle of layers that seamlessly need to interconnect to foster digital innovation and allow business growth. Global capacity demands are rising which require technology, carriers, and content providers to work collaboratively going forward.

Please join us on June 1st Stockholm at 7A Posthuset for a Nordic Carrier Roundtable event on the theme ‘How will data flows dictate future requirements of connectivity and data points?'

This event will gather industry subject matter experts who will discuss and tackle the challenges of future data traffic flows and IT- applications, that will require even more network expansion and connectivity to data points. The community of IT enablers combined construct the architectural runway to support the digital future of businesses who want ‘always on’ and ‘instantaneous service’ for the end users.

Who will you hear from:

  • Eastern Light: Svante Jurnell, CEO & Founder Eastern Light
  • Telia: Youcef Ayad, Sr Common Product Manager SD-WAN
  • Lumen: Adam Garcia Turing
  • Netnod: Kaj Kjellgren, Senior Network architect
  • End user: to be confirmed

Panel topics:

  • Based on actual usage, how will the commercial model evolve?
  • What are the technologies that will drive the traffic flow increase?
  • Is the current existing and planned subsea and terrestrial capacity going to be sufficient for the expected data boom?
  • What will be the pain points expected in the coming few years?
  • Who are going to be the main investors in network capacity? Still traditional telcos or the giants in content, gaming, and application industry.


15.30-16.00 – Registration and coffee
16.00- 17.00 – Seminar and panel discussion
17.00 – 19.00 Networking
19.00 End of event  




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