AWS Theatre Sessions

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Wed, 2 Mar: 10:00 - 18:00 CET

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CC1.1, Hall 1

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Session Description

These sessions are open to all passholders. Pre-registration is NOT required and seating is first come, first served.
 
All are welcome to attend. Please join us for theatre sessions by visiting the AWS Village Theater (South Entrance | Upper Walkway | CC1.1) at the start time of the session. 
The theatre has a capacity of 120.
 
AWS is how communications service providers (CSPs) are reinventing communications.
Come explore the AWS Village at MWC, and experience over 20 executive level theater sessions, more than 20 partner lightning talks, an experiential AWS demonstration area and an exclusive Edge Continuum guided tour.  
Location: South Entrance | Upper Walkway | CC1 Area
Find the AWS Village Guide Here
 
 
 
AWS Village Theatre Sessions
 
 
Monetize your 5G investments using Cognizant’s DSM on AWS
 
 
Naveen Suri, Head of Communications Industry Solutions, Cognizant
 
Ajay Ravindranathan, Principal Telco Solutions Architect, AWS
 
10:00
 
CSPs are looking to monetize their investments in 5G through innovative partnership-driven ecosystems. Cognizant and AWS are working together to build a scalable cross-industry marketplace to configure, buy, order, activate, and monetize digital products and advanced connectivity offerings for any industry vertical. This session provides an overview of the business benefits of Cognizant’s Digital Services Marketplace (DSM) and takes a deep dive into one of the industry use cases: a 5G-powered smart stadium.
 
 
How Telenor and AWS are innovating with private 5G networks
 
 
Patrick Waldemar, Vice President and Head of Technology for Telenor Research, Telenor Group
 
 
Kashif Mahmood, Senior Research Scientist, Telenor Group
 
11:00
 
Telenor and AWS are working together to innovate on several private 5G network use cases. Most notably, as part of the EU-funded FUDGE-5G project, both parties worked with the Norwegian Army, Norwegian Air Ambulance (NLA), and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) to create and demonstrate a 5G-powered search-and-rescue operation using drones, based on a standalone private 5G network running on an AWS Snowball Edge device. Join this session to hear details of this use case as well as how Telenor and 
AWS complement each other to empower the future 
of cloud-native private 5G networks.
 
 
Commoditizing connected vehicle
 
  
Tomas Carfalk, CTO, WirelessCar
 
12:00
 
For over twenty years, WirelessCar has turned connected car data into insights and digital services. In this session, learn about their goal of connecting 100 million vehicles to their platform by leveraging their collaboration with AWS, offering purpose-fit, cloud-based products, and developing new services. Explore how they aim to shorten time to market, accelerate service creation, decrease cost per car, and commoditize connected vehicle services for OEMs by leveraging the flywheel effect and cost optimization efforts. Hear about their OEM value proposition: commoditized products and customizable solutions offerings, end-to-end solution integration, a competitive and continuously updated product portfolio, and professional and innovative discovery services.
 
 
Smart multi-CDN in an edge environment
 
 
Xavier Leclercq, VP of Business Development, Broadpeak
 
13:00
 
Smart multi-CDN allows operators to easily deploy an effective video delivery pipeline that leverages the best of the on-premises and cloud CDN offerings. PPF adopted Broadpeak's CDN capabilities in a greenfield multi-tenant project to launch a new multi-country TV service. 
 
 
How MYCOM OSI & AWS helped Magenta Telekom modernize their OSS landscape
 
 
Mounir Ladki, President and CTO, MYCOM OSI
 
15:00
 
Magenta Telekom decided to replace a number of existing on-premises, domain-specific assurance systems in their network with a single end-to-end assurance system in the cloud. They chose MYCOM OSI’s performance management system operating on AWS to consolidate all their mobile- and fixed-network performance management capabilities into an advanced, unified SaaS platform that is ready to scale. This modernization and migration to SaaS has allowed Magenta Telekom to meet the demand for providing advanced digital services in the 5G era. Magenta Telekom is one of Europe’s first operators to launch 5G services.
 
 
 
 

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