Frankfurt, Germany, 23 April 2019 – Epsilon, a privately-owned global communications Service Provider, today announced its first Global Fabric workshop in 2019 which will be held in Frankfurt, Germany. Global Fabric is Epsilon’s flagship workshop featuring key executives as well as top industry leaders across the ICT landscape. The workshop focuses on topics including Software-Defined Networking (SDN), global interconnection and the changing market conditions.
What to expect at Global Fabric Frankfurt:
- Colin Whitbread, Managing Director, Service & Operations at Epsilon will explain the dependencies between network agility and customer experience, and how Service Providers can create powerful yet customised networking solutions to drive long-term success.
- Mark Daley, Director, Digital Strategy at Epsilon will outline the ways on-demand connectivity is changing the role service providers play in the European market and the impact of SDN on networking model.
- Dr Thomas King, CTO at DE-CIX will discuss how the Internet Exchange is expanding its ecosystem and the value of peering in a thriving hub like Frankfurt, as well as explore the benefits of remote peering and how it has become an essential growth strategy.
- SDN Platform Showcase
Infiny by Epsilon is an SDN platform that provides enterprises and service providers with a suite of high-performance global connectivity and communications services at the click of a button.
- Panel discussion on capturing new opportunities in a disruptive market. This session will examine the key technology and business drivers of change in Europe, and what it takes to be successful today and in the future.
Moderated by Kai Schmidt, VP International Telehouse Management & Sub Sea Cable at Deutsche Telekom, featuring executives from Dialogic, DE-CIX, NewTelco Gmbh, Riedel and Sify.
All sessions will be presented in English
Thursday, 16 May 2019, 2:30PM
Intercontinental Frankfurt, Silhouette Room, 21st Floor
Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße 43, 60329 Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Complimentary seats are limited. To secure a spot, RSVP to Global Fabric Frankfurt.