13th – 15th September 2011

The Summit

13th – 15th September 2011

NGT Summit Africa 2011

Summit Venue
Arabella Western Cape Hotel & Spa, South Africa

NGT Africa brings together the telecom sector's leading innovators to share ideas on the deployment of mobile, broadband and fixed services in a rapidly converging market.

White Papers

Obopay: Whitepaper

Obopay makes it easier for anyone to send money using their mobile phones. And also takes care of validation and regulatory compliance.

Keynote-Sigos: Consulting as a Managed Service

In a highly competitive market, providing and maintaining the highest quality to end customers is the key to a sustainable competitive advantage.

Aviat Networks: Leading Kenya Operator Migrates from TDM to Hybrid Microwave, Eyes All IP

Safaricom is the long-time mobile leader in Kenya and still growing. Subscribers were up 9 percent in 2011 to 17.2 million. Moreover, 3G customers increased over 85 percent to 4.9 million. These 3G subscribers are exploding data traffic.

Aviat Networks: Spares Management Keep Wireless Operator in Africa Lead

With Africa’s largest population and fastest telco adoption rate, Nigeria is the continent’s most competitive wireless market. Since 2001, when the government first allowed private competition against state operators, MTN Nigeria emerged as a GSM pioneer and now leads in market share.

Aviat Networks: Optimum Network Visibility with Aviat Networks Services & Provision

With Africa’s largest population and fastest telco adoption rate, Nigeria is the continent’s most competitive wireless market. Since 2001, when the government first allowed private competition against state operators, MTN Nigeria emerged as a GSM pioneer and now leads in market share.

Ericsson: Impact of Internet Based Services

Based on current market drivers, telecommunication services are expected to shift from a model characterized by long service durations with standard quality levels and prices to a new model featuring short service durations and variable prices that require real-time service management. In the newer model, the price of a service will be determined through a dynamic combination of duration, lead time, and service content or type, where external identifiers will play a greater role in the authentication and management of service behaviors. If the market trends continue as forecasted, all internal systems including OSS and BSS will need to be aligned to the new model, to accommodate an end-to-end perspective and to support greater data sharing beyond the boundaries of existing systems.

Business Logic Systems: Campaign Effectiveness

PeerApp: How Transparent Caching Protects Against Third-Party Cache Network Impacts

The white paper How Transparent Caching Protects Against Third-Party Cache Network Impacts examines global trends in third-party cache deployment and explores operator strategies to minimize risk to their networks and business models.

Al-Kharafi Telecom Group: Multidimensional Segmentation for Deep Consumer Insight

Multidimensional Consumer Segmentation provides a richer understanding of how different groups of consumers behave, their needs and preferences, usage habits, and others when it comes to telecom needs. These insights are based on both qualitative & quantitative studies and will help identify potential growth opportunities for total communications on a per-segment basis.

Abiba Systems Private: Mobile Social Network Analysis - Next Big Thing in Telecom

Mobile Social Network Analysis helps operators to study the social behaviour of subscribers by capturing their social interactions with other subscribers. With MSNA, operators can now identify the role of each subscriber in his community and tailor campaigns and offerings accordingly.

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