How can telcos limit risk when transitioning to cloud?

Global telecoms experts at Network X 2023 reveal their strategies to transform to achieve secure, agile networks through either Public, Hybrid or Multi-Cloud.

Join us at Network X’s dedicated Public, Hybrid and Multi-Cloud track, where we will be bringing together global telecoms stakeholders to discuss the best route forward for developing agile future networks. 

Omdia anticipates strong double-digit yearly growth in telco cloud spending to continue (following a 18% YoY increase in 2022) – forecasting 9% CAGR growth from US $13.1 billion in 2022 to US $19.7 billion in 2027. However eager telcos appear to be to spend on cloud, these transitions lead to significant increases in network complexity for telcos to navigate. With the growing volume of data and investments in cloud-based networks, telcos must develop a strategy that delivers both efficiency and security. 

Register for Network X 2023 in Paris from 24-26 October to hear the latest expert insights on achieving smooth transitions to Public, Hybrid or Multi-Cloud, and to meet with major cloud access vendors.  

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Join us at Network X 2023, to explore and experience

Case studies from leading telcos, detailing their experiences of moving functions to Public Cloud, plus analysis of resultant performance  

How Public, Hybrid and Multi-Cloud can support telcos to build a more sustainable, cost-effective and agile network  

How to maintain network security in Multi-Cloud environments

Discussions on best practice when moving to a Multi-Cloud environment


What you will learn

  • Moving core network functions to the public cloud – is this one way street?
  • How to manage network complexity in the multi-cloud environment?
  • Panel Discussion. Avoiding vendor lock-in with public cloud providers
  • Using CSP multi-cloud management expertise to enable new enterprise services
  • Providing managed services with the help of network slicing and public cloud
  • Panel Discussion. The future of networks in the cloud