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IoT is Here: Where do Service Providers Stand in the Age of IoT?
• The current era of IoT: how is it different from M2M?
• Bringing IoT to future of communications and productivity • Encouraging adoption and innovation of IoT
• Promoting stakeholder collaboration
• Current scale of investment in IoT vs. future monetisation

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    1. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Conference Day 1: 2 June 2015 (Tuesday) Keynote: Mega Trends – What Do The Communications Industry Need To Do To Survive? Panel Discussion: What Role do We Play in the Age of “The Internet of Everything” Broadband – Sustaining Internet of Things Getting into the Digital Software-Defined Growth in Asia’s Broadband Dialogue – Telco Apps Infrastructures for Networks, Markets Development Clouds and Services » Reducing the Digital Divide » Deriving the Value of IoT » Partnerships and Investments » Network Virtualisation – » Analytics and Security in IoT » Building a App Ecosystem for Where are we at? » Asia Country Focus – Market Telcos – Telecom Applications » SDN and NFV in Cloud, Data Outlook and Developments Development Centres and Carrier Ethernet » Analysing the Impact of IoT on Enterprises » Broadband and Smart Cities » Visualisation’s Impact on Enterprises Conference Day 2: 3 June 2015 (Wednesday) Opening Address Visionary Address: Connecting to Opportunities Thought Leaders Panel Discussion: Convergence or Collusion – Blurring Lines Between Broadcasting and Telecommunications (Held in Conjunction with Broadcast Asia International Conference) Broadband – Surging to 5G Satellite – Asia’s Satellite Mobile Marketing – Marketing Cloud Networking and Beyond Industry – The Next Decade on the 7thMass Media » 5G Vision – 5G is not 4G+1 » The Industry’s Future, » Mobile “First” Strategy » The Cloud Opportunity in Asia » LTE Business Models and Competition Ahead » Mobile + Social Media = » Building Data Centers Spectrum Sharing » High Throughput Satellites Today’s Businesses’ Winning (HTS) – Where’s the Demand, Formula? » Protecting Your Data in A What are the Business Models? » Innovation in Fixed Access Virtualised World Technologies » Location Based Marketing – » Launch Efficiencies and Advertising, Marketing and Technology Innovations Revenue Conference Day 3: 4 June 2015 (Thursday) Opening Keynote: Elevating Enterprise Mobility to The Next Level Keynote Address: Changing Patterns in Delivery and Consumption of Information and Communication: The Role of Regional Public Sector Innovators Dialogue: Changing Roles of Today’s CIO/CTOs and CMOs – Charting the Future of the Enterprises Broadband – Maximising your The ‘New’ Value Proposition Enterprise Mobility Big Data – Turning Your Big Revenue Via DSL, Fiber and For Satellite End Users Data into Smart Data Wireless » Fiberisation – Where is the » User Focused Sessions on: » Implementing Mobility in Your » Big Data in Action – Analytics- Value Proposition – Broadcasting Workforce led Transformation in the Way » Case Studies on Successful – NGOs » Impact of Mobility in Your You Do Business Fiber Deployment – Satellite Backhaul: GSM, Wifi Workforce » Assessing the Future of & Small Cells Secure Enterprise Messaging – Maritime and Oil & Gas » Wireless – Playing Catch-up » Latest Developments in – Aviation With Fibre and Catching Up Enterprise Mobility » Setting the Stage for Big Data – People, Process, Technology,

    2. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Fast? Intent, and Data » Innovation in Fixed Access Technologies Workshop Day 4: 5 June 2015 (Friday) Workshop 1 – Big Data: Growing Your Workshop 2 – Mobile Marketing Workshop 3 – Cybersecurity Business With Smart Data Day 1 (Tuesday) - 2 June 2015 MORNING PLENARY 8.00am 9.00am Registration Chairman’s Welcome Address Dr Rohan Samarajiva, Founding Chair, LIRNEasia Opening Keynote: Mega Trends – What Do the Communications Industry Need To Do To Survive?  Global megatrends and their impact on emerging economies  Impact of megatrends on ICT industry in APAC  Opportunities and challenges of ICT megatrends  What the service providers need to do to address these challenges and to tap the opportunities 9.10am Ajay Sunder, Vice President - Telecoms, APAC, Frost & Sullivan Panel Discussion: What Role Do We Play in the Age of “The Internet of Everything” A USD $19 trillion global opportunity. That is what the value that Internet of Everything or IoE is set to create. IoE is already here, driven by connectivity, and it has changed the way we work, live, play and learn. Where do companies stand in the face of IoE? And what can the businesses leverage and how can the consumers benefit? What role do the giants of today’s corporate world play in this scheme of things? 9.40am Panelists: Bill Chang, CEO, Enterprise, SingTel Dmitri Chen, COO and VP Specialty Sales, APJ, EMC Barry Lerner PE, Regional Chief Information Officer, Huawei Solutions Marketing South Pacific Region Rangu Salgame, Chief Executive Officer - Growth Ventures and Service Provider Group, Tata Communications Toh Chai Keong, Assistant CEO, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore Moderator: Michael Gryseels, Director, Senior Partner – TMT, McKinsey Morning Break and Refreshments 10.25am Day 1 (Tuesday) - 2 June 2015 BROADBAND TRACK – D1 Broadband - Sustaining the Growth in Asia’s Broadband Markets Level 3, Hibiscus 3705/3706 Reducing the Digital Divide in Asia Affordable and reliable internet for all people in Asia and the Pacific will only be possible if costs of internet infrastructure across the region can be lowered significantly. This is a major challenge as only less than 15% of the population in the developing nations of Asia and the Pacific have access to high-speed internet. In the least developed and landlocked countries inexpensive and reliable internet access is almost non- existent. Recent developments within the Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway initiative promise to increase the international bandwidth for developing countries in the region as well as lowering internet prices. Reliable, high capacity international fibre paths across all borders are necessary to achieve a healthy internet connectivity. 10.55am Chairman’s Welcome Address Abu Saeed Khan, Senior Policy Fellow, LIRNEasia

    3. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Current Status of Broadband Infrastructure in the ASEAN Region  Overview of Broadband and Telecom Markets  Analysis of Existing and Planned Submarine and Terrestrial Network Infrastructure  The Impact of the "Broadband Divide" and Missing International Links on Regional Development  Options for Improving Cross-Border and Pan-Regional Connectivity through Coherent Network Development 11.00am Michael Ruddy, Director of International Research, Terabit Consulting Enabling Healthy Internet Access  Projects such as OpenStack will create a deep bench of emerging markets with hosting expertise  The desire to host applications locally will resonate with national regulators, and will be good business for both incumbents and challengers  Instead of 5 or 10 hosting zones to choose from, there will be hundreds worldwide, close to any audience. 11.30am Doug Madory, Director of Internet Analysis, Dyn Research Panel Discussion: A Master Plan for the Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway The Asian Information Superhighway initiative aims to increase the availability and affordability of broadband internet across Asia and the Pacific, by strengthening the underlying Internet infrastructure in the region. This, it aims to achieve, by minimising the infrastructure cost significantly by encouraging the building of the required ICT infrastructure along the existing transport networks. What could be the practical challenges in implementing this ambitious yet sure strategy of lifting millions out of digital divide? 12.00pm Panelists: Carlos Katsuya Head - Asia - Telecom, Media & Technology, International Finance Corporation Doug Madory, Director of Internet Analysis, Dyn Research Michael Ruddy, Director of International Research, Terabit Consulting Moderator: Abu Saeed Khan, Senior Policy Fellow, LIRNEasia Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing Asia Country Focus – Market Outlook and Developments Asia Country Focus – Market Outlook and Developments 1.40pm INDONESIA Growing Broadband Markets: Opportunities and Challenges Sigit Puspito Wigati Jarot, Commissioner, Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority 12.40pm MYANMAR Current Broadband Landscape and Future Opportunities U Thaung Tin, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Myanmar SRI LANKA Broadband Deployment Plans Chanuka Wattegama, Board Director, Information and Communication Technology Agency, Sri Lanka INDIA The Indian Broadband Market: Is It Time for Consolidation? Arvind Kumar, Advisor, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Joint Panel Discussion with Authorities and Regulators 2.30pm Panelists: Sigit Puspito Wigati Jarot, Commissioner, Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority U Thaung Tin, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Myanmar Chanuka Wattegama, Board Director, Information and Communication Technology Agency, Sri Lanka Arvind Kumar, Advisor, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Moderator: Dr Rohan Samarajiva, Founding Chair, LIRNEasia Coffee Break Broadband and Smart Cities 3.30pm Broadband as an Enabler for Smart Cities   Have the proponents measured the requirement and adequacy of broadband   What roadblocks the stakeholders could expect   Changing the policy framework   Involving the private-public partnerships 3.20pm Ajay Sunder, Vice President - Telecoms, APAC, Frost & Sullivan

    4. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Panel Discussion: Broadband Provisioning for Smart Cities in Asia Pacific  Importance of broadband to set the foundation for smart cities  How can broadband be better provisioned in developed cities  Building and planning for a smart city architecture and investments required  Ways broadband enables smart cities to improve urban life 4.00pm Panelists: Guillaume Mascot, Asia Public Affairs Director, Alcatel-Lucent Thein Than Toe, Vice Chairman & Co-Founder, RedLink Communications, Myanmar Moderator: Ajay Sunder, Vice President - Telecoms, APAC, Frost & Sullivan End of Conference Day 1 4.40pm Day 1 (Tuesday) - 2 June 2015 SDN TRACK Software-Defined Infrastructures for Networks, Clouds and Services Level 3, Hibiscus 3605/3606 Network Virtualisation and SDN – Where are we at? 10.55am Chairman’s Address Tina Tsou, Technical Lead and Principal Engineer, Huawei Technologies Bringing SDN to Reality: Get Beyond the Hype and Start Strategising!  Defining SDN and its scope  Examining today’s customers’ psyche and why SDN is needed for your network  Business case for SDN & NFV: Where and who are the customers? Are SDN and NFV going to bring about new sources of revenue?  What are the practical solutions or proofs of concepts? 11.00am Tina Tsou, Technical Lead and Principal Engineer, Huawei Technologies Conquering SDN/NFV Challenges with Cloud RAN, Traffic Distribution and Virtualized IMS  Exploring key trends and motivations for SDN control of virtualized infrastructure  Improving LTE small cell efficiencies using Cloud RAN infrastructure  Delivering VoLTE, VoWiFi and VAS services with a Virtualized IMS  Supporting SDN-control of data plane traffic distribution with Virtualized Network Functions 11.30am Ray Adensamer, Director of Marketing, Radisys Operators Talk! Panel Discussion: The SDN and NFV Promise - Building An Ecosystem and Transforming Business Operations  Will SDN and NFV change the role of ICT service providers in a hybrid cloud environment?  What are the challenges and what is the impact on BSS and OSS?  Impact on existing network architectures and overcoming the interoperability issues  What can it enable in the network, and what impact does it have on the network’s QoS?  Introducing NaaS: How does it empower the customer and what changes will it bring? 12.00pm Panelists: Phil Braden, Senior Vice President - Technology and Applications, PCCW Global Geoff Hollingworth, Head of Product Marketing Cloud Systems – Stockholm, Dallas, Silicon Valley Jacqueline Teo, Head – IT Services, Telstra Ray Adensamer, Director of Marketing, Radisys Moderator: Nan Chen, President, MEF Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing Introducing MEF Lifecycle Service Orchestration (LSO)  Third Network services characteristics: Agile, Assured and Orchestrated  LSO, NFV and SDN as the three network and service building blocks  Examining LSO capabilities and supporting APIs  What operators are saying about LSO 12.40pm 1.40pm Nan Chen, President, MEF

    5. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands SDN and NFV in Cloud, Data Centers and Carrier Ethernet 2.10pm NFV, Cloud, Carrier Ethernet and SDN  Carrier Ethernet in the heart of things in the deployment of cloud and cloud services  How does Carrier Ethernet fit in with SDN and NFV?  Co-existence of technologies and the cost-benefit to stakeholders  Leveraging the Carrier Ethernet’s control and data plane to simplify and automate network management  When will SDN have a real business impact on the Carrier Ethernet services? Anup Changaroth, Director, Portfolio Marketing, Ciena Panel Discussion: SDN and NFV in Cloud Computing  How does SDN fit alongside virtualization and cloud adoption?  Building a scalable, flexible public, private and hybrid cloud through SDN and NFV  Examining the investment needed and implementation process  Can NFV enable more cloud based services and increase APRU?  How can the fundamental data plane issue be addressed?  Transitioning from traditional data center to a SDN and NFV enabled one - How Data Center Operators will benefit  Security and compliance concerns that comes with virtualisation 2.40pm Panelists: Anup Changaroth, Director, Portfolio Marketing, Ciena Charles Ferland, Vice President of Business Development, Nuage Networks Matt Kolon, VP & CTO for Asia Pacific, Brocade Kenneth Teo, Director – Huawei South Pacific Solution Marketing Gint Atkinson, VP, Network Strategy & Architecture, KVH Bala Pitchaikani, Senior Director – NFV Strategy & Product Development, DELL Moderator: Hassan Ahmed, CEO, Affirmed Networks Coffee Break State of the SDN / NFV Implementation in Mobile Networks  The Business Case for SDN/NFV: Total cost of ownership analysis transitioning to a Virtualized Mobile Network  Real World Deployments: Case study examples for M2M, MVNO, and Consumer networks 3.20pm 3.40pm Hassan Ahmed, CEO, Affirmed Networks Case Study: Virtualisation in Enterprises 4.10pm Martin Yates, Director, Strategy & Transformation, Commercial Sales & Enterprise Solutions, Dell Asia Pacific and Japan End of Conference Day 2 4.40pm Day 1 (Tuesday) - 2 June 2015 TAD TRACK Getting into the Digital Dialogue – Telco Apps Development Level 3, Hibiscus 3603/3604 Partnerships and Investments 10.55am Chairman’s Welcome Address Alan Quayle, Founder, TADs How Can Technology Apps and Services Leverage Integrators to Partner Efficiently with Telcos?  Introduction of key stakeholders (apps & service providers)  The important role of the integrator or value added reseller  Live demo of the integration with the example of a two way mobile to web sms gateway leveraging Shango & Unified Inbox  Discussion on the impact of linking telecoms and the web 11.00am Alan Quayle, Founder, TADs Aby Varghese, Managing Director, Advanced Millennium Technologies

    6. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Promoting Apps Development in Asia as an Industry  What are the corporates looking for in apps development as an industry?  Emerging focus areas, big ideas and industry verticals  How can developers be part of the programmes providing the cutting edge?  Case studies from around Asia with proven commercial successes 11.30am Ho Yean Fee, Vice President – Product and Innovation, SAP Building a App Ecosystem for Telcos – Telecom Applications Development 12.10pm Jumping into Developing Apps for Telcos – Where are the Opportunities?  Current Mobile vs Telco Apps in Asia?  What kind of Apps do Telcos need? Where are the opportunities?  New Technologies enabling the developments  Pitfalls to watch out for Alan Quayle, Founder, TADs Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing Case Study: Building a Telecom App from Within – Nurturing the “Intrapreneurship” to Build Successful Apps  Why was a VOIP application developed by a Telco?  Addressing customers’ pain points  Leveraging the Telco distribution network and increasing the market penetration  Becoming a differentiator among other MVOIP apps: what does it take? 12.40pm 1.40pm Rohit Kanwar, CEO, Bistip.com Operators Talk: Reality of the Urgent Need For New Service Creation and Smart Telco Investments  Call for Arms against the OTT threat – the need to create new services and applications  How can Asian telcos build a support community of service innovators?  Smart Telcos Investments: What kind of Apps do Asian telcos need for their consumers and enterprise customers?  Is it only monetising or creating improved customer experience through innovation? 2.10pm Panelists: Henri Setiawan, Vice President - Innovation Management, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia International Charith De Silva, Senior Developer, Dialog Axiata Toby Ruckert, Chief Executive Officer, Unified Inbox Moderator: Rohit Kanwar, CEO, Bistip.com Service Innovation Spotlight: A Dialog Axiata Case Study  Developing an ecosystem around existing infrastructure to drive innovation and infrastructure utilisations  Improving customer engagement through apps: launching 3000+ apps  Growing revenue at 20% month on month consistently  How to reduce product launch cycle: achieving a reduction to 1 month from 6 months 2.40pm Charith De Silva, Senior Developer, Dialog Axiata Dinesh Saparamadu, Chief Executive Officer, hSenid Coffee Break Developers Talk: Reality of Building Apps for Telcos – What Has Been Done and What Are The Challenges?  Experience of working with Telcos and what are the key learnings?  Developing interoperable solutions for the industry  How to ensure stakeholder coordination in promoting user experience?  Case studies of telecom applications that have been developed 3.10pm 3.20pm Panelists: Dinesh Saparamadu, Chief Executive Officer, hSenid Richard Im, Director, Huawei Carrier Software South Pacific Region Aby Varghese, Managing Director, Advanced Millennium Technologies Moderator: Toby Ruckert, Chief Executive Officer, Unified Inbox

    7. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Developer Spotlight With a Demonstration: How to Succeed Where Most Fail?  Developing Proof of Concept Solutions – What can you learn?  Attracting investment for app development  Understanding what the investors look for  Keeping pace with the ever-changing technology and industry demand 4.00pm Carsten Czech, Founder, Flanke 7 Design Marcel Ronnfeldt, Head – Design, Flanke 7 Design Case Study: Building Telco Appstore: Where are we today?  Why build the Telco Appstore and what’s value for the users  Building the ecosystem for Telco Appstore  Huawei’s Case Study: Experiences and lessons learnt  Where are we today and plans for the future digital service ecosystem 4.30pm Richard Im, Director, Huawei Carrier Software South Pacific Region End of Conference Day 1 5.00pm Day 1 (Tuesday) - 2 June 2015 IoT TRACK Internet of Things Level 3, Hibiscus 3703/3704 Deriving the Value of IoT 10.55am Chairman’s Welcome Address Matt Hatton, CEO, Machina Research In IoT We Trust – Why Should The Future be Built on IoT  Why should enterprises today look to adopt the concept of IoT  Collaboration between governments, society and businesses  Investment in IoT vs Monetisation and deriving the true value of IoT 11.00am Matt Hatton, CEO, Machina Research Securing the “Future” of the Internet of Things  A new approach for an IoT that will be secure and scalable  Foundational technologies and business models that are key for the future IoT  How IoT can create flexible and transparent new markets  The role of users, devices and industries in the future of IoT 11.30am Rob van den Dam, Global Telecommunications Industry Leader, IBM IoT is Here: Where do Service Providers Stand in the Age of IoT?  The current era of IoT: how is it different from M2M?  Bringing IoT to future of communications and productivity  Encouraging adoption and innovation of IoT  Promoting stakeholder collaboration  Current scale of investment in IoT vs. future monetisation 12.00pm Mazlan Abbas, CEO, REDtone IOT Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing Analysts Talk: Looking Beyond the Hype: Examining The True Value of IoT to Enterprises and its Development in Asia  Key elements in driving IoT adoption in Asia  The direction, the opportunities and the challenges for all stakeholders  Estimating the size of IoT benefits vs the cost of investment in acquiring IoT  Handling mobility and IoT security challenges 12.30pm 1.30pm Panelists: Alex Chau, Principal Analyst, Head of Asia, Machina Research Andrew Milroy, Vice President - ICT Research, Frost and Sullivan Sandy Verma, Senior Director Asia Pacific for Internet of Things Strategy, AT&T

    8. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Ankur Gupta, IT Director – Big Data, Sears Moderator: Kirsten Billhardt, Global Marketing Strategist – IoT, DELL The Internet of GOOD Things Through Data Analytics  Impacts of IoT and ICT on society: case studies from the region  Demonstrating ways to capture, manage, analyse and disseminate relevant data arising from IoT  Case study: How IoT innovation has directly and positively impacted the clean water challenge  Mitigating data storage issues 2.10pm Darren Plant, Innovation Driver, Business Unit Global Services, Ericsson Roundtable Discussions: Measuring the Impact of IoT? This session will be 30 minutes long, with 2 round tables of 15 minutes discussion each, followed by closing remarks by each roundtable chair. 2.40pm More than 200 billion of connected devices by 2020. According to CISCO, that is a USD19 trillion opportunity. But IoT also brings along issues such as privacy, security and connectivity. Can the teething problems be overcome to fully maximise the IoT opportunity and achieve the industry vision of IoT by 2020? Will there be a balance between the pros and cons?  What kind of business strategy you need to have to capitalise on IoT  How can enterprises optimise areas of their businesses to maximise the impact of IoT  No holds barred – Laying down the realities of IoT, the pros and the cons Round table Leader 1: Rob van den Dam, Global Telecommunications Industry Leader, IBM Round table Leader 2: Mazlan Abbas, CEO, REDtone IOT IoT: From Concept to Reality  A regional perspective of IoT maturity and take up  Tangible IoT Case Studies  The role of Carriers in the Internet of Things and lessoned learnt from the M2M business 3.10pm Sue Bryant, Director, Huawei Solutions Marketing South Pacific Region Coffee Break Applications Development, Security and Outlook 4.10pm Addressing Data Analytical Challenges in IoT  Practical customer examples from leading manufacturers, agricultural biotech firm and sports clothing retailer  Migrating from reactive and static data management model to proactive and machine learning system  A single platform to address real-time forecasting, regression, classification, optimization and clustering 3.40pm Sean Lee, Chief Strategist, Pivotal APJ Securing the Internet of Things  Top challenges in securing IoT communications and applications  Solutions to address privacy and security concerns  Use cases of IoT security implementations 4.40pm Nigel Tan, Country Director, Malaysia and Thailand, Symantec Embedded Computing and IoT The Virtue of pragmatism  Moving past hype and hope: Why 2015 is the year that IoT starts delivering on promises  IT+OT = IoT. The role of partnerships in delivering end to end IoT solutions that meet your industry’s needs.  Start small, build fast, and connect what matters. A pragmatic approach to designing and scaling IoT solutions. 5.10pm Glen Burrows, Executive Director & General Manager (OEM), DELL End of Conference Day 1 5.40pm

    9. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Day 2 (Wedneday) - 3 June 2015 MORNING PLENARY 8.00am 8.55am Registration Chairman’s Welcome Address Mark Hukill, Consultant – Business & Higher Education Management, Mentor, Program & Project Management, Telecoms, Media and IT Strategy, Pacific Telecommunications Council Opening Address: Smart Nation: Singapore  Why Innovation is Important for a Smart Nation  Nurturing Talents For The Future 9.00am Steve Leonard, Executive Deputy Chairman, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore Visionary Address: Connecting to Opportunities The shift from traditional to digital media consumption continues to provide fresh opportunities to redefine the competitive landscape for businesses. What can companies, whether they are challengers or market leaders, do to connect to opportunities in the digital reality to future-proof themselves? 9.10am Hari Krishnan, Managing Director – APAC & Japan, LinkedIn Thought-Leaders Panel: Convergence or Collision - Blurring Lines Between Broadcasting and Telecommunications 9.40am     How are broadcasters and telecom operators faring in the digital age in attracting users? Emerging technologies like LTE-B: Impact of LTE-B on the broadcast and mobile industries Fighting for prized real estate: So who should the spectrum go to? How do telecom operators and broadcasters work together to develop zero latency delivery and create seamless user experience Future outlook: Telecom operators’ and broadcasters’ take on how their relationship/partnership will evolve to in 5 years’ time?  Panelists: Jeremy Kung, Executive Vice President - New Media and Chief Executive Officer, Telekom Malaysia Joe Igoe, Chief Technology Officer, MediaCorp Henri Setiawan, Vice President – Innovation Management, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia International Moderator: Tony Poulos, Columnist - TelecomAsia Morning Break and Refreshments 10.25am Day 2 (Wedneday) - 3 June 2015 BROADBAND TRACK – D2 Broadband - Surging to 5G and Beyond Level 3, Hibiscus 3705/3706 5G Vision - 5G is not 4G+1 5G will build on the technologies we have today but will not be an extension of those technologies – a variety of complementary technologies will be required to meet the stringent design criteria currently being established. Those criteria will establish performance goals driven not only by societal and environmental considerations but also by completely a new set of policy and regulatory demands. Fundamentally new concepts and design approaches are needed that must be integrated into systems that provide the necessary flexibility, versatility and scalability at low cost and low energy consumption. 5G will only fulfil the promise of enabling innovative new applications if it can deliver a significant reliability and quality of service. 5G will need to embrace spectrum sharing technologies, augmented reality, and latency requirements. Above all, 5G will need to be intelligent and affordable. Getting 5G right is imperative for the health of the economy, the protection of the environment, and the future of employment. How’s this movement progressing? Chairman’s Address 10.55am Latif Ladid, Founder & President, IPv6 Forum; Founding Chair, 5G World Alliance’ IPv6-based 5G, Vision and Real Impact on Industry and End-Users  Examining the next generation of 5G Mobile Wireless Internet technologies  Understanding how new technologies (IPv6, IOT, SDN/NFV, Cloud Computing) will integrate to be 11.00am

    10. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands user-transparent, app-oriented, service-ready, ubiquitous and lowest cost Ensuring security and privacy in 5G ETSI IP6 ISG and pre-standardisation of 5G   Latif Ladid, Founder & President, IPv6 Forum; Founding Chair, 5G World Alliance’ The Emergence of 5G Radio Access Technology (RAT) and its Implications  Why we need 5G?  What is 5G and new radio access technology  5G from mobile internet to connected world  5G progress 11.20am Barry Jiang, Marketing Director , Huawei South Pacific Region Panel Discussion: Current Research and Industry Initiatives on 5G Development  ITU-R activities on 5G: Colin Langtry, Chief of Study Group Department, ITU-R  5G Research and Technology Initiatives in Korea: Youngnam Han, Department of EE, KAIST /Korea 5G Forum  5G Research and Technology Initiatives in Japan: Dr. Hiroyuki Morikawa, Chairman of the Strategy & Planning Committee, 5GMF - The Fifth Generation Mobile Communications Promotion Forum/Professor, The University of Tokyo 11.40am Moderator: Latif Ladid, Founder & President, IPv6 Forum; Founding Chair, 5G World Alliance’ Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing LTE Business Models and Spectrum Sharing 1.40pm Case Study: Monetising the LTE Opportunity - A Look At What LTE is Enabling and How Can Telcos Further Capitalise on the Opportunity?  What is the best pricing strategy or model that has worked?  How do we encourage the uptake of LTE?  Generating new revenue with LTE-enabled enterprise solutions  Virtualisation and its impact on LTE rollout – Providing Telcos an edge against OTT? 12.40pm Jake Saunders, Vice President and Practice Director, ABI Research Solving Spectrum Issues and Spectrum-Divide in Asia  What are the bandwidths available in Asia  How can the lack of standardisation be resolved?  Will 700 MHZ band solve Telco operators’ 4G deployment issues? 2.10pm Mike Wright, Executive Director, Telstra Dynamic Spectrum Access  Examining the prospects of spectrum trading and spectrum sharing  How to hasten the pace of spectrum allocations in Asia?  TV White Space and its successful use in the region  Lessons to be learnt for early deployment 2.40pm H Nwana, Executive Director, Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Coffee Break Driving Networks Forward – Overcoming the Barriers in Technology Adoption  How can operators modernize their network to add in new technologies such as LTE – A  Launching new frequencies without causing disruption to their customers  How can operators maximize every erlang of capacity they can out of the existing core investments in cell site locations, and spectrum?  Developing a simplified architectural concept to provide an immediate impact and ROI 3.10pm 3.20pm Navin Vohra, Vice President – Wireless Sales APEC, CommScope 4.5G: 4G Technologies Will Not Stand Still Waiting For 5G To Be Defined – What Will 4.5G Look Like?  Status of 4G/LTE deployments worldwide and devices ecosystem  Migration to LTE-Advanced systems  Evolution of LTE-Advanced technologies and key features for 5G systems  3GPP standardisation and branding 3.40pm Alan Hadden, Vice President - Research, GSA

    11. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Panel Discussion: WRC15 and Beyond – The Road Ahead for Stakeholders  New regulatory approaches in EU and USA to enable more efficient use of assigned spectrum – How can Asian regulators take a leaf out of their book?  The C-band question: Can shared spectrum solve the issue?  How do we drive harmonised spectrum in Asia?  Trends in technology integration 4.00pm Panelists: Ethan Lavan, Member, GVF Satellite Spectrum Initiatives Kevin Seow, Vice President, Spectrum Management & Development, Asia-Pacific, SES Heru Sutadi, Executive Director, Indonesia ICT Institute Alan Hadden, Vice President - Research, GSA Moderator: Gregg Daffner, CEO, GAPSAT 5G for the Networked Society   What are the challenges and opportunities with 5G?   Fulfilling the expectations of ‘everything connected’ human beings in a 5G world: what do we need?   Developing required components for a successful implementation: IP, Cloud, Radio, Management and Orchestration   How to synchronise the 5G evolution journey successfully? 4.40pm Magnus Ewerbring, Chief Technology Officer – APAC, Ericsson LTE Rollout: Optimizing Go-To-Market Strategies and Overcoming Challenges  LTE network deployment  USIM availability  LTE devices and subsidy strategy  4G specific content and OTT strategy  Pricing strategy  LTE marketing & cross-channel communication 5.10pm Nitin Mahajan, Principal, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants End of Conference Day 2 5.30pm Day 2 (Wedneday) - 3 June 2015 SATELLITE TRACK – D1 Asia’s Satellite Industry – The Next Decade Level 3, Hibiscus 3703/3704 The Road and Competition Ahead 10.55am Chairman’s Address Kevin French, Publisher & Founder, talk Satellite Welcome Address and Trends in Asian Satellite Industry 11.00am Paul Brown Kenyon, President, APSCC Presenting the Potential of the Satellite Industry in Asia  The role of satellite communications in the communications ecosystem  Key industries and sectors that drive the Satellite industry in Asia now, and in the future  Markets and key sectors for future growth opportunities  Sustainable business models  Trends to look for in Asia’s Satellite industry  Competing with the terrestrial technologies: what will be the impact for stakeholders and consumers  Hosted payloads – Will it happen anytime in Asia? 11.10am Deepak Mathur, Senior Vice President - Commercial, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, SES Satellite Operators Panel: Handling Competition and Challenges From All Fronts  How are the value propositions of the operators changing and how can the industry benefit from the fierce competition and offerings  New disruptive technologies such as Cloud, M2M and SDN, and their impact on Satellite demand 11.40am

    12. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands      The new era of consolidation, partnerships or integration Competition from non-traditional players like Google and Amazon Evaluating WRC15’s impact on the industry Asia is getting crowded: Successful entry stories into emerging markets Industry initiatives in warding off threats such as jamming, hacking and cyber theft Panelists: Paul Brown Kenyon, President, APSCC; Chief Executive Officer, MEASAT Terry Bleakley, Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific Sales, Intelsat Deepak Mathur, Senior Vice President - Commercial, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, SES Philip Balaam,VP, Business Development, AsiaSat Ken Loke, Chief Executive Officer, Eutelsat Asia Tom Choi, Chief Executive Officer, ABS Moderator: Kevin French, Publisher & Founder, talk Satellite Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing High Throughput Satellites (HTS) – Where is the Demand and What are the Business Models? 1.40pm Case Study: Creating Differentiated Business Offerings through HTS  HTS’s role in the satellite business  Demand, business models and tackling oversupply  Emerging applications for HTS  Current policies promoting HTS as an industry 12.20pm Hagay Katz, AVP, Head of VSATs Line of Business, Gilat Satellite Networks HTS Panel Discussion: Current State of HTS in Asia – Is it Bridging the Gap in Demand-Supply?  Examining the offerings - HTS/EPIC/GX  Is it just another kind of bandwidth or a force that can reinvent the satellite industry?  Is the oversupply issue a real cause of worry?  Will HTS lower the barriers of entry and bring forth more competition?  Will it succeed in making satellite a genuine competitor in the Internet access business?  Complementary or Competitive? Will it cause disruption in the VSAT markets? 2.10pm Panelists: Stephane Palomba, Regional Vice President Asia, Gilat Satellite Networks Robin Salem, VP – Business Development, Broadband Group, Viasat Chen Xun, Executive VP, APT Satellite Company Limited Rash Jhanjee, Head - GX Business Development and Strategy (Enterprise Business Unit), Inmarsat Parisuthi Jinamornphongs, Head of Business Development, Thaicom Ramesh Ramaswamy, VP-Sales and Marketing, International, Hughes Network System Moderator: Stephane Chenard, Senior Associate Consultant, Euroconsult Launch Efficiencies and Technology Innovations 2.50pm Panel Discussion: Satellite Communications on the Move – New developments in Antennae Technologies  What is best technical implementation of antenna systems to support fast-moving trains, planes and ships?  How to achieve best technical solutions to gain market adoption with cost efficient equipment?  The evolution of key requirements from systems integrators and end users  What is the implication in terms of antenna development in catering to the traditional FSS capacity and next-generation HTS capacity moving towards mobility market on GEO, MEO and LEO?  What antenna technology wins and why? Panelists: George Tong, Director, Cobham Satcom Land Leslie Klein, CEO, C-COM Satellite Systems Inc Darin Anderson, Director - International Business Development, Thinkom Ethan Lavan, Member, GVF Satellite Spectrum Initiatives Thomas Lohrey, Head – System Integration, Eutelsat SA Moderator: Jose Del Rosario, Research Director, NSR Efficient use of HTS in rural 3G / 4G deployments: A Case Study  The role of High Throughput Satellites (HTS) in supporting data-hungry applications with high 3.30pm

    13. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands performance bandwidth demands Achieving quality of service (QoS) with an increasing demand for 3G, 4G and other future services Keeping operating expenses in check & ramping up business growth by offering new and innovative services Recent field trials with UFONE for 3G backhaul and the opportunity for future deployments in rural areas in Pakistan    Imran Malik, VP, Asia-Pacific, O3b Networks Nadeem Safdar, Country Manager, Optimized Connectivity, Interactive Solutions Closing Panel Discussion: Making the Satellite Industry More Efficient – Examining the New Innovations  How can satellites be constructed faster and launch times be shortened?  Cross-continental satellite launching and renting: opportunities and challenges for Asian countries  Are smaller satellite parts and antennae industry helping the growth of the industry?  Multiple launches, reusable vehicles, long life span satellites: Trends for next decade 4.00pm Panelists: Stefan Jucken, Director, Viasat Dani Indra, EVP, PSN Anthony J. Colucci, Vice President of Marketing and Sales, Space Systems / Loral Moderator: Virgil Labrador, Editor-in-Chief, Satellite Markets and Research Coffee Break and End of Conference Day 2 4.40pm Day 2 (Wedneday) - 3 June 2015 CLOUD NETWORKING TRACK Cloud Networking Level 3, Hibiscus 3605/3606 The Cloud Opportunity in Asia 10.55am Chairman’s Welcome Address Lim May-Ann, Executive Director, ACCA Are You Ready For Cloud?  Overview of the cloud industry and adoption in Asia  Current demand scenario  Evaluating the needs of customers  Growth trends in short term 11.00am Bernie Trudel, Data Center and Cloud CTO, APJ Cisco Systems Panel Discussion: Propelling Cloud into the “Stratosphere”? Enterprises have recognised the importance of Cloud, but major issues remain. Connectivity, security, privacy, rights and costs are at the top of their minds. Can these issues be ironed out to propel the adoption of Cloud? And what is the future of cloud, and what new services and changes will it bring forth in the future? How will cloud technology and ecosystems develop in the future? Hosted by ACCA 11.20am Panelists: Bernie Trudel, Data Center and Cloud CTO, APJ Cisco Systems Aman Neil Dokania, Vice President and General Manager, Cloud Division (APJ), HP Karthik Ramarao, Director, Strategy and Technology; CTO APAC, NetApp Moderator: Lim May-Ann, Executive Director, ACCA Users Panel Discussion: Cloud in Organisations – Overcoming Challenges and Leveraging the Opportunity  Key drivers of cloud adoption in Asia  Building a comprehensive cloud strategy – Public, private vs. hybrid  Benefits of early adoption of cloud  Overcoming the common challenges of lack of security, compliance and outages 12.00pm

    14. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Panelists: Lee Siew Kit, Vice President, Information Technology Services, SATS Jacqueline Teo, Head – IT Services, Telstra Leon Jackson, Head of Healthcare IT (CIO), University of Malaya Specialist Centre Geoff Hollingworth, Head of Product Marketing Cloud Systems – Stockholm, Dallas, Silicon Valley Moderator: Fermin Fautsch, Vice President – Global Enterprise, Telekom Malaysia Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing Panel Discussion: Shifting From Being a Communications Network Provider To a Cloud Service Provider: How Can Telcos Play Their Part in the Cloud Opportunity?  Providing end-to-end cloud services – What can telcos do for enterprises?  Pushing the adoption of Cloud – What business models can telcos implement?  What kind of operating model do telcos need to adapt to transition from a traditional network provider to a cloud service provider?  What kinds of Xaas services are being offered?  Going forward – Building more capabilities, partnerships and acquisitions 12.40pm 1.40pm Panelists: Fermin Fautsch, Vice President – Global Enterprise, TM Enterprise Martin Bishop, Global Head of Network, Applications and Services, Telstra Owen Best, SVP, VAS Business Development, PCCW Global Lise Tcheng, Senior Vice President, Global Services for Telcom, SAP Moderator: Stan Fiala, Head – Advanced Customer Solutions – APAC & Japan, Nokia Networks Optimising Mobile Network Traffic with Content Aware Network   How to cost-efficiently manage network and QoS in an age of cloud, content encryption and exponential data growth   What is the new cloud-based content paradigm suiting 4G deployments   Addressing real time network congestion issues   Learning how to differentiate and add value to subscribers 2.10pm Shlomi Gian, Head of Market Development - Emerging Mobile, Akamai Technologies Building Data Centers 2.40pm Equipping Your Cloud and Data Centers for Big Data, The Internet Of Things and Social Media  What is the cost and delivery impacts big data, Internet of Things (IoT) and social media have on cloud service providers?  Overcoming challenges in developing required infrastructure  Sharing the cost of infrastructure development  The human capital – How you do get your workforce ready for the deluge Ronald Raffensperger, Chief Technology Officer, Huawei Data Center Solutions Coffee Break Protecting Your Data in a Virtualised World 3.40pm The Trusted Internet  Privacy and Security of personal data stored in the cloud  Internet of Things and its implications on security and privacy  Why is Consumer Trust the largest obstacle to using mobile to purchase goods and services?  Delivering the Trusted Internet 3.10pm Paul Palmer, VP, F-Secure Corporation How Can The Enterprise Cloud Be Protected? Securing the Cloud against known and unknown threats  How secured is your data in cloud? Issues with public, private and hybrid cloud  Examining the most common risks and threats, and how can they be mitigated?  What can you expect from malware protection systems detecting malware?  Use of threat intelligence to evaluate protect and secure your networks and cloud 4.10pm David Siah, Chairman – Singapore Chapter, Cloud Security Alliance Catching the next wave of growth – Business in real time across IT, NFV, SDN & Cloud  How to accelerate business evolution & growth without losing control  Increasing automation driver a greater need for integrated governance. 4.40pm

    15. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands  Through an appropriate Platform as a Service for enterprise IT and operator NFV/SDN operations can we realize the next level of competitive advantage? Geoff Hollingworth, Head of Product Marketing Cloud Systems – Stockholm, Dallas, Silicon Valley End of Conference Day 2 5.10pm Day 2 (Wedneday) - 3 June 2015 MOBILE MARKETING TRACK Mobile Marketing – Marketing on the 7thMass Media Level 3, Hibiscus 3603/3604 10.55am Chairman’s Address Ken Herron, Chief Marketing Officer, Technology Startups Mobile “First” Strategy 11.00am Mobile Marketing is Both a Science and an Art – Get it Right!  Demystifying mobile marketing – What are the common pitfalls/mistakes and how can you avoid them?  Moving beyond just advertisements – Gaining new insights through data collection and social analytics  Should you invest in a Mobile App or Mobile Web?  Strategies to profitably enable advertising and marketing services in mobile marketing  How to use mobile to effectively target your prospects Joshua Steimle, Forbes Contributor, Founder and CEO of MWI Brand Interview: Implementing a Mobile First Strategy – Spotify Case Study Spotify is leading the way in music streaming and they have adopted the mobile first strategy for the Asia market which have helped the company gain an edge in the online music market in Asia. Find out how Spotify did it in this interview with Sunita, the Managing Director for Spotify Asia. 11.30am Sunita Kaur, Managing Director of Asia, Spotify Interviewer: Joshua Steimle, Forbes Contributor, Founder and CEO of MWI Mobile “First”360 to Drive Growth  Challenges in implementing a mobile first strategy in Asia – What should brands and retailers be aware of?  How to create a mobile-first mentality both internally and externally  Establishing sustainable business growth through partnerships in generating alternative revenue streams  Strategising to improve market penetration 12.00pm Panelists: Sunita Kaur, Managing Director of Asia, Spotify Asif R. Khan, Founder and President, Location Based Marketing Association Ken Herron, Chief Marketing Officer, Technology Startups Moderator: Christian Geissendoerfer, Chief Executive Officer, Yoose Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing Mobile + Social Media = Today’s Businesses’ Winning Formula? 1.40pm Mobile’s role in multi-channel marketing and branding  Different screens, different marketing strategy and different investment dollars: can these be combined effectively?  Clarifying roles that different channels play in promoting marketing and measuring the degree of receptivity of message  Social meshing/stacking – understanding behaviours in Asia  How can we capture revenue from competing media? 12.40pm Ken Herron, Chief Marketing Officer, Technology Startups Consultants Talk: Social Media and Mobile Marketing = Are They Double-Edged Swords?  How can Asian Corporates keep pace with the mobile and social media innovations?  Working out the actual cost of investments: include in-house educational expenditure too 2.10pm

    16. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands   Metrics of traffic and other parameters: Justifying the ROI How can corporates create valued-customer experiences and win brand advocacy? Panelists: Ron Vining, Founder, BrandInflux Chris J. Reed, Global CEO and Founder, Black Marketing Sara Pereira, Regional Deputy Director, Technology (APAC), Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide Michael Gethen, Founder & Managing Director, Sprooki Mark Morgante, Regional Director – SEA, Proximiti Moderator: Asif R. Khan, Founder and President, Location Based Marketing Association Coffee Break Location Based Marketing – Advertising, Marketing and Revenue 3.20pm Location Is The New Cookie – Location-Based Marketing Across All Media Marketers will begin to see that "Location is the New Cookie" - it represents a way to track the movements of consumers through the day/activities and media types, inclusive of radio, TV and DOOH. Supported by next generation GPS and improvements in indoor location technology like beacons, marketers will spend heavily on mobile/location infrastructure in support of this targeting. While there are privacy and ethical considerations, consumers will understand the premise of true value exchange and readily trade their data for content that is personally relevant. 3.00pm Asif R. Khan, Founder and President, Location Based Marketing Association Location Based Marketing Case Study  The Future of Location in your Marketing Mix  Digital Out-of-home advertising 3.50pm Senior representative from Coca-Cola Michael Gethen, Founder & Managing Director, Sprooki Future of Location Marketing – Wearables, Big Data and More  Wearables, next generation smartphones and their impact on mobile marketing – How will it change the future messaging of marketers?  Emerging importance of streaming services  Trends in media consumption and their impact on marketing plan  Predictive analysis via big data – How to assimilate tons of data meaningfully? 4.20pm Christian Geissendoerfer, Chief Executive Officer, Yoose End of Conference Day 2 4.50pm Day 3 (Thursday) - 4 June 2015 MORNING PLENARY 8.00am 8.50am Registration Chairman’s Welcome Address Vinod Nair, Senior Partner, Delta Partners Opening Address: Elevating Enterprise Mobility to The Next Level 9.00am Kevin Ackhurst, Director, Google for Work APAC Keynote Address: Changing Communication: The Role of Regional Public Sector Patterns in Delivery and Consumption of Information and 9.20am Peter Moore, Regional Managing Director – Public Sector, Amazon Web Services Innovators Dialogue: Changing Roles of Today’s CIO/CTOs and CMOs in Charting the Future of the Enterprises Every company today has to be a digital business to stay ahead of the game. The challenge is in choosing the right technology to invest on. Better alignment between CIO/CTOs with CMOs will aid harnessing the use of technology to its full potential. How do we address these challenges? 9.40am This session will dissect the opportunities, challenges and changing roles of today’s CTOs, CIOs against the shift to a digital era.

    17. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Panelists: Ken Herron, Chief Marketing Officer, Technology Startups Olivier Legrand, Senior Director – Marketing Solutions, Linkedin Peter Moore, Regional Managing Director – Public Sector, Amazon Web Services Jack Lim, Chief Commercial Officer, MediaCorp Moderator: Ron Vining, Founder, BrandInflux Morning Break and Refreshments 10.25am Day 3 (Thursday) - 4 June 2015 BROADBAND TRACK – D3 Broadband - Maximising your Revenue Via DSL, Fiber and Wireless Level 3, Hibiscus 3705/3706 Fiberisation – Where is the Value Proposition? 10.55am Chairman’s Address H. Munasir Choudhury, General Manager, FTTH Council APAC Presenting a Business Case for Fiber in Asia’s Developing Countries  Examining the economic and social impacts of FTTH  Making fiber part of your business strategy – considerations, planning and measuring its users  Can FTTH bring about new opportunities for new/independent telecom operators in Asia like in US? Does the landscape in Asia permit that?  How to market fiber and high speed services to hugely potential rural populations? What kind of business models and applications can be explored? 11.00am Benoit Felten, Chief Research Officer, Diffraction Analysis Panel Discussion: Are FTTH Deployments in Asia Uphill Struggles?  As customers switch to mobile, will FTTH investment pay off? What are the drivers?  How do you make the transition from copper to FTTH?  How to install a cost-effective fiber network? Build your own, duct share or rent dark fiber?  What are the innovative approaches to share/reduce infrastructure costs?  Who should pay for the infrastructure?  Funding models and mechanisms 11.30am Panelists: Peter Macaulay, President, FTTH Council APAC Heru Sutadi, Executive Director, Indonesia ICT Institute Benoit Felten, Chief Research Officer, Diffraction Analysis Moderator: Vinod Nair, Senior Partner, Delta Partners Panel Discussion: Measuring the Impact of Virtualisation on Wireless Network Developments  How are Software defined networks a game changer for wireless?  The SDN promise - What are the benefits and what kind of impact will it make to your network deployment?  How can SDN bring forth the advancement in service creation and delivery?  Implementing SDN efficiently to enhance agility of your wireless network  Does virtualisation enable new business models or just cost reduction? 12.00pm Panelists: Prof. Thomas Magedanz, Director of the Competence Center for Next Generation Network Infrastructure, Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS John Naylon, CTO and Co-Founder, Cambridge Broadband Networks Peter Macaulay, President, FTTH Council APAC Moderator: Eileen Healy, Committee Chair, IEEE SDN Initiative Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing Wireless – Playing Catch-up With Fiber 1.40pm What Role Does Wifi Play in Providing Connectivity?  Where are the business opportunities in Wifi and how can they be maximised? 12.40pm

    18. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands    Innovations to look for in Wifi technologies Reducing cost of deployment vis-à-vis other network technologies The relevance and role of Wifi in the age of LTE Steve Chung, Principal Consultant Carrier Wi-Fi, Asia Pacific, Ruckus Wireless Developments in WiMAX: Wimax Deployments and its Future Prospects  MAX™ today: 100’s of WiMAX operators and millions of fixed and mobile end-point devices worldwide  Long-term focus on IoT markets: Aviation and other transportation, Utilities/Smart Grid, Smart Cities, Oil and Gas, Rural Internet Service Providers in the US and emerging markets o WiGRID™: A WiMAX-based solution for addressing Smart Grid requirements for the utility industry o AeroMACS™: A WiMAX-based solution in the 5 GHz band to address new WW communication requirements for commercial aviation  WiMAX solutions in the new 3.5 GHz Citizens Band Radio Service Band for Smart Grid, Oil and Gas, and Wireless Internet Service Providers in US. 2.10pm Mo Shakouri, Chairman, WiMAX Forum Coffee Break Innovation in Fixed Access Technologies 3.20pm Extracting More Bandwidth From Existing Copper to Transform Copper to Gold  How can you best deploy VDSL? Should it be a main strategy or a complement to FTTH?  Vectoring G.993.5 – Potentials, limitations and regulatory issues in Asia  At which scenario vectoring is best used in? Is it an ideal technology for Asia?  Vectoring vs. G.Fast vs. FTTH – Choosing a right solution  VDSL Bonding and Splitters – What can it do for current copper networks?  Case studies of VDSL vectoring and bonding in Asia 3.20pm Kul Bhatia, Regional Vice President, ASSIA Panel Discussion: FMC 2.0 - Deploying FTTH, Coverage  Transitioning from wired to wireless – the mechanism of seamless deployment FTTH, Wireless and DSL  Ensuring interoperability between the various technologies  The collective impact on transmission in rural and less network-dense areas and measuring the ROI  Using fiber to meet challenges of mobile backhaul and wireless to provide continuous coverage Wireless and DSL to Provide Universal Network 3.50pm Panellists: John Naylon, CTO and Co-Founder, Cambridge Broadband Networks Venkateswara Rao Appalanayudu, Director of Huawei South Pacific Solution Marketing, Huawei Dr Stefaan Vanhastel, Marketing Director – Wireless Fixed Access, Alcatel-Lucent Moderator: Steve Chung, Principal Consultant Carrier Wi-Fi, Asia Pacific, Ruckus Wireless Trends in Service Provider/ Smart Home Architecture Including HGI Open Platform 2.0  Enabling the Home Gateway application platform automated test vector approach for Home Gateway platform testing  Allowing applications to run in a dedicated virtual execution environment, avoiding conflicts and interferences with the natively installed software  Providing reference points and abstraction layer enabling applications to interact with end-devices through smart home architecture  Extending software modularity toolkit by virtualisation of CPU resources 4.30pm Duncan Bees, Chief Technology Officer, Home Gateway Initiative End of Conference Day 3 5.00pm Day 3 (Thursday) - 4 June 2015 SATELLITE TRACK – D2 The ‘New’ Value Proposition For Satellite End Users Level 3, Hibiscus 3704

    19. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands End User Executive Roundtable 10.55am Chairman’s Welcome Address Martin Jarrold, Chief – International Programme Development, GVF End User Executive Roundtable The first annual CommunicAsia Satellite User Summit will be opened by a leaders’ roundtable of key regional and global satellite communications user groups active in the Asia-Pacific. The discussion will be moderated by the Secretary General of GVF, the satellite industry’s global non-profit organisation, and will address key trends – from operational to regulatory and from purchasing to cyber-security – impacting upon the use of satellite communications in Asia. 11.00am Panelists: Khang Do, President, Vietcoms Gary Shmith, Director, Silent H Pty Ltd Chris Hill, Chief Technology Officer, ITC Global Gerry Collins, Representative, Small Cell Forum Rural Special Interest Group Moderator: Martin Jarrold, Chief – International Programme Development, GVF Sector-Specific End User Case Studies and Discussions 12.00pm The Redefinition of Asian Broadcasting If any Asian satellite user group can be described as dynamic it is the broadcasters. Even as pressure increases on vital spectrum resources, broadcasters are rallying to meet demand from an exponential increase in channels, digital transition, and delivery of high-definition and ultra-high-definition services. The satellite communications industry, meanwhile, is offering new tools to meet broadcasters’ requirements; from high throughput satellite to UAVs… are broadcasters’ needs being satisfied? Lim Kian Soon, Head – Satellite, SingTel Satellite Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing Humanitarians, First Responders & Universal Service: The Critical Mission Billions of dollars’ worth of telecom budgets is supporting humanitarian and development efforts in Asia. Satellite solution providers have amassed tremendous expertise in implementing cost-effective networks. And universal-service and other project-financing resources are now available to support national and international applications in developing nations. Or are they? This roundtable, including open discussion from leading funding institutions, satellite communications companies, and non-governmental organisations (NGOs), will examine whether satellite-based initiatives are making significant gains in developing countries – and if so, how. 12.30pm 1.30pm James Alderdice, Head of Sales, Southeast Asia,Speedcast GSM, Wi-Fi & Small Cells: Satellite Backhaul… or Backlash? Satellite backhaul is a well-established application – and its potential is enormous. But as satellite links extend the reach of terrestrial wireless services, are remote satellite solutions in danger of being marginalised? And as small cell and LTE rolls out in Asia, is there a compelling business model for the latest satellite/terrestrial hybrid solutions? This session will examine the latest trends in this emerging vertical market. 2.00pm Emmanuel Timotius, Vice President – Technical, Telenet Integrating sustainable satellite communications for crew welfare alongside shipping operations 2.30pm The current IT-savvy generation want to stay connected wherever possible and see the ocean and remote land locations as an inferior obstacle. To help the industry and increase recruitment recent legislations, such as the MLC-2006, dictate that operational satellite communications must now be accessible to all crew. But what happens when welfare usage starts to impact on the commercial satellite communications? A recent study by NSSLGlobal showed the typical employee had at least two devices (90%) onboard using staff enabled Wi-Fi. With so many devices utilising bandwidth, it’s important that companies put in place sustainable restrictions. NSSLGlobal will present with Teekay, one of the largest shipping companies, on how to integrate satellite communications to crew and make sure you get it right first time Henrik Christensen, Chief Executive Officer, NSSL Global Senior Representative from Tee Kay Coffee Break 3.00pm

    20. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Cockpits, Towers, and Passenger Connectivity: Civil Aviation Takes Off The satellite connectivity stakes have never been higher for the civil aviation sector. expansion of traditional air-traffic-control networks, many millions of air passengers per year now fly Asia’s skies while utilizing satellite broadband links. What innovations are enabling this break-through, and what has to happen next to meet safety-of-life and consumer quality-of-service requirements? 3.30pm In addition to Stephen Angus, Director of Safety and Operational Services – Aviation, Inmarsat Case Studies: High Speed Connectivity for Oil & Gas Industry 4.00pm Pushpender Singh, Chief Technology Officer, Maju Nusa Energy Exploration: Case Studies Shelf Drilling is the market leading shallow water offshore driller, focussed on jack-up operations. This case study session will examine Shelf's journey for VSAT services. Looking for a responsive and flexible supplier to address its complex communications requirements, Shelf partnered with ITC Global to design and implement a fit-for-purpose and cost-effective VSAT solution. The outcome delivers an end-to-end solution with core bandwidth for corporate applications, whilst also supporting a crew welfare solution with access to social media and VoIP services. 4.30pm Ian Clydesdale, Director – IT, Shelf Drilling Chris Hill, Chief Technology Officer, ITC Global End of Conference Day 3 5.00pm Day 3 (Thursday) - 4 June 2015 BIG DATA TRACK Turning Your Big Data into Smart Data Level 3, Hibiscus 3605/3606 Moving Big Data Beyond Being Just A Buzzword 10.55am Chairman’s Address Himanshu Jha, Head – Data Solutions (Business Intelligence), Yahoo! APAC Setting the Stage for Big Data - People, Process, Technology, Intent, and Data 11.00am Keynote: Face Big Data. But Where is it Heading?  How will big data change the way you connect with your customers?  Is big data for everyone? How can mid and small scale companies leverage big data?  Dealing with Data Volume, Velocity, Variety, Value and Complexity  Finding a needle in a haystack - How do you turn straw into gold? Steve Illingworth, CTO, Pivotal APJ Why the Future is ABC? While cloud computing is becoming more common, extracting intelligence from huge blocks of data is becoming more complex. That’s why the notion of big data is gaining ground. Big data seeks to bridge the gap between structured data in databases and unstructured data from social & other media. This convergence will open a plethora of possibilities for bankers, retailers, manufacturers, telcos, healthcare professionals & government agencies. Find out how ABC (analytics, big data, cloud) will change how you view D (data). 11.30am Raju Chellam, Head – Cloud & Big Data Practice, Asia, DELL Opening Panel Discussion: Navigating Big Data and the Potential “Minefield”  Building an analytics culture – Easier said than done?  Addressing and overcoming the key concerns of companies using big data – Availability of data 24/7, data compliance, data security and data aggregation  The Cloud promise and its growing role in big data  What are the latest big data technological innovations and the impact on your existing projects 12.00pm Panelists: George Chua, Senior Vice President / Head of Commercial Analytics, Celcom Axiata Himanshu Jha, Head – Data Solutions (Business Intelligence), Yahoo! APAC Gaurav Bansal, Client Engagement Professional, ASEAN, IBM C K Shastri, Founder & Managing Director, Intense Technologies

    21. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Moderator: Arun Sundar, Vice President - Global Strategy and Alliances, TrustSphere Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing Big Data in Action: Analytics-led Transformation For Enabling Businesses 1.40pm Transforming Data Architecture Complexity at Sears Holdings  Using Hadoop as an enterprise data hub to minimize data architecture complexity - resulting in a reduction of time to insight by 30-70%  Embracing open source, big data technologies - discover quick wins such as ETL modernization and mainframe MIPS reduction  Leveraging smart network analytics for advanced analytics and customer insights 12.40pm Ankur Gupta, IT Director – Big Data, Sears Case Study: Getting to the Hard-to-Reach, Hard-to-Please, Social Savvy Customer  Understanding the buying cycle of today’s tech savvy customers to better your customer acquisition and loyalty campaigns  Analysing your customer via the multiple interaction points – How you do build a robust system to gather these data?  Identifying opportunities across businesses and product lines for building new models 2.10pm Adrien Eudes, Head – Analytics, Luxola Panel Discussion: Achieving More ROI via Big Data  Ensuring the effective utilisation of data to maximise ROI  Segregating data: which is junk and which is gold?  Using big data to spot emerging trends, customer behaviours  Making commercial decisions through technical data analysis 2.40pm Panelists: Ankur Gupta, IT Director – Big Data, Sears Dr. Amy Shi-Nash, Chief Data Science Officer, R&D Labs, DataSpark Rohit Kanwar, CEO, Bistip.com Adrien Eudes, Head – Analytics, Luxola Moderator: Arun Sundar, Vice President - Global Strategy and Alliances, TrustSphere Coffee Break Case Study: Implementing Analytics-led Customer Engagement and Loyalty Building  Realising the value of analytics: to drive customer loyalty, and to discover potential business benefits  Leveraging Big Data for a Better Customer Experience  Big Data Economics: What’s the investment?  Creating loyalty programmes and schemes via big data: what are the challenges 3.20pm 3.30pm Himanshu Jha, Head – Data Solutions (Business Intelligence), Yahoo! APAC A Celcom Axiata Case Study: The Algorithmic Marketing Revolution  Why algorithms will be a major basis for market competition  Algorithms and analytical marketing: the impending revolution  Deliberating the four principles of algorithmic marketing and their relevance to modern enterprises  A case study of algorithmic marketing in Celcom 4.00pm George Chua, Senior Vice President / Head of Commercial Analytics, Celcom Axiata Berhad Panel Discussion: Past, Present and Future of Big Data  How will big data further develop and what is the future impact on enterprises?  Upcoming new technologies – Looking beyond Hadoop, are there any new contenders that will further develop big data?  Will we ever reach a stage of true data-fication?  Overcoming the hurdles for big data take-up 4.30pm Panelists: Bob Chua, CEO, Pulse Group PLC Leon Jackson, Head of Healthcare IT (CIO), University of Malaya Specialist Centre Vinny Vijeyakumaar, Managing Partner and Co-Founder, Sparkline Moderator: Gaurav Bansal, Client Engagement Professional, ASEAN, IBM End of Conference Day 3 5.10pm

    22. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Day 3 (Thursday) - 4 June 2015 ENTERPRISE MOBILITY TRACK Enterprise Mobility Level 3, Hibiscus 3604 10.55am Chairman’s Address Prof. Darl Kolb, Head – Media Flow Project, University of Auckland Implementing Mobility in Your Workforce 11.00am Opening Case Study: Healthcare, Opportunities and Challenges of Mobile, Social and Consumer IT  Changes in technology landscape and their impact on healthcare delivery  Opportunities and challenges brought in by technologies to healthcare delivery systems  Designing a healthcare and community-centric cloud systems  Growing the existing platforms that bring about transformation and enable research Leon Jackson, Head of Healthcare IT (CIO), University of Malaya Specialist Centre Enterprise Mobility Management – Implementing Strategies and Policies to Enable Mobility in the Workplace  Designing a strategy to incorporate mobility in the workplace and business  Parameters used in choosing suitable mobility tools  Processes and security protocols required in managing mobility initiatives o Identifying the users and processes to be mobilised o From securing the mobile to securing the apps - Steps to ensure true security o Addressing the compliance and governance issues 11.30am Dan Beevers, Head – Solutions & Operations, APAC, Vodafone Global Enterprise Analysts Talk: Reality Bites – Where Are Today’s Enterprises at in Implementing Mobility?  Sharing of user experiences and implementation in Asia so far - factors influencing major enterprises’ mobile strategy  Implementing learning from successes and failures  Role of CIOs in implementing mobility  How will enterprise mobility further evolve? And what will be the next big development/technology enabling higher mobility? 12.00pm Panelists: Prof. Darl Kolb, Head – Media Flow Project, University of Auckland Arnaud Brolly, Lead – Mobility Portfoilio, SITA Shailendra Soni, Industry Principal ICT – Unified Communications & Collaboration Asia Pacific, Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Singapore Moderator: Leon Jackson, Head of Healthcare IT (CIO), University of Malaya Specialist Centre Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing Roundtable Discussions: Achieving True Mobility at the Workforce – Challenges Enterprises Face In Turning the Workforce Mobile This session will be 60 minutes long, with 2 round tables of 30 minutes discussion each, followed by closing remarks by each roundtable chair.  Assessing the actual contribution of enterprise mobility in growing the business  How can we maximise the ROI and reduce costs in mobility implementation?  Impact of mobility on business, on your employees, operations, company culture and more  CYOD and BYOD: What are the emerging policies to take note of?  What should be the approach to security and data governance issues?  What kind of mobile apps do we need? 12.50pm 1.40pm Roundtable 1: Arnaud Brolly, Lead – Mobility Portfoilio, SITA Roundtable 2: Stuart King, Director of Precision Workstation, Client Solution, Dell APJ Latest Developments in Enterprise Mobility 2.40pm Exploring the impact of ‘connective flow’ on performance and well-being   Measuring the ideal need of connective flow of employees   How to arrive at a right balance of connectivity and ideal productive output   Status of current research projects

    23. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands   Takeaway for the enterprise mobility stakeholders Prof. Darl Kolb, Head – Media Flow Project, University of Auckland The Future of Secure Enterprise Messaging 3.10pm Chee Leng Loy, Regional Vice President for APME, Infinite Convergence Solutions Coffee Break Understanding and Mitigating Cybersecurity Threats in Providing Enterprise Mobility 3.30pm 3.45pm Dr John Kan, Chief Information Officer, A-STAR eLTE the future of Enterprise Private Mobile Networking  How does eLTE participate in the Government and Enterprise Domain  What role would Telecom Service Providers play in offering eLTE o eLTE Case Studies 4.00pm Sean Ng, Solution Marketing Director, Huawei Mobility Showcase 1 – UCaaS – it’s a Spectrum, not an Either/Or  UCaaS - the communications infrastructure of the future: what does the reality look like?  Examining a spectrum of deployment models  Delivering today’s customers’ needs and gearing up for tomorrow’s demands  Case studies and best practices 4.25pm Kristin Foss, Senior Director of International Product Management, ShoreTel What's Going On in The Background? A Guide To Mobile Application Intelligence and Security  How can mobile users keep up with the evolving threats?  Can application Intelligence and mobile security go hand-in-hand?  Safeguarding users from malicious apps while driving productivity  Trends to look for in security intelligence 4.50pm Marie Pettersson, Senior Product Marketing Manager - Mobile and Security (Asia Pacific & Japan), Symantec Corporation End of Conference Day 3 5.20pm Workshop 1 – Big Data: Growing Your Business With Smart Data 5 June 2015, Friday Level 3, Hibiscus 3706 Connectivity and the digitalisation of information have resulted in generation of massive amount of data and in 2010, the term “big data” was coined. IDC valued that the 2014 market for big data at USD16.1 billion but the truth is the data is worthless if you do not know how to harness it to your enterprise’s advantage. So what can big data do? Use it to predict customer’s behaviour, tailor products to suit his/her preference, increase your revenue by enhancing customer’s satisfaction. But there are challenges: the lack of standards, lack of managerial skill with regards to the volume of the data and privacy issues often hamper the use of big data to its fullest potential. In this workshop, the workshop leaders will:  show how to set up a big data framework in your enterprise irrelevant of the size of the organisation  deliver methods in creating a big data culture  give you practical examples and case studies on how others have done it  present the potential benefits, savings and opportunities  discuss the current privacy concerns and how to possibly circumvent them Masterclass Leader: Himanshu Jha, Head – Data Solutions (Business Intelligence), Yahoo! APAC

    24. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Who should attend:  CMOs, CIOs;  Head of Marketing;  Head of Customer Engagement;  Head of Customer Service…of enterprises looking to grow their business through big data or have been stuck at gear one with big data. 09.00am 09.20am 9.30am Registration Opening Remarks Developing a Big Data Framework  Quantifying the resources for big data collection o Processes/People/Technology  Dealing with the 5Vs- Volume, Velocity, Variety, Value, Virtualization  Measuring and implementing analytics  Creating a big data culture 10.30am 10.45am Morning Break and Refreshments Cost-Benefit Analysis of Big Data at Enterprises  What is the impact on your enterprise operations  Identifying early security and operational issues and addressing them  Integrating cost efficient processes and technologies  Measuring efficiency and improving implementation Privacy Concerns of Big Data End of Workshop 11.30am 12.15pm Workshop 2 – Mobile Marketing: How to Capitalise on the Revenue Opportunities by Enhanced Digital and Mobile Experiences 5 June 2015, Friday Level 3, Hibiscus 3704 With omni-present mobile phones, the way you market your products and services has radically changed. It is now more about content marketing through enhanced customer engagement. The efficiency or lack of it in content marketing through digital and social media can make or break a campaign. In this workshop, attendees will learn about how to devise a suitable content strategy for marketing and implement it successfully via multiple channels including mobile, social and digital. This workshop will highlight to you the latest trends and future developments in mobile, social and digital marketing for course-correcting the existing mobile marketing plans. Who should attend:  CEOs, CMOs, CIOs;  Head of Marketing;  Head of Digital;  Head of Customer Engagement…of enterprises looking to refresh their digital marketing strategy and looking to achieve greater revenue growth in the ever-changing digital era. Masterclass Leader: Ron Vining, Chief Marketing Officer, Brand Strategist, BrandInflux

    25. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands From Apple, the rock band Journey, to Google and The White House, Ron has developed and directed initiatives for 25 of the top 100 hottest ranked intellectual properties and iconic brands, delivering innovative experiences to 100M+ users on behalf of 85% of Fortune 500 firms such as Microsoft, Samsung, Intel, Cisco, Disney, HP, Sony, SAP and Verizon, spanning airline, automotive, entertainment, financial services, hospitality, information technology, telecommunications, premium electronics, retail and ultra-high net worth consumers. Ron is a creative, tech-savvy and visionary C-level manager, marketing professional and business developer; a natural leader, motivational keynote speaker and compelling writer who enjoys mentoring human assets as an adjunct professor and renowned masterclass trainer across APAC-J, ANZ, EMEA, LAC, USA-CAN & ZA. 09.00am 09.20am 9.30am Registration Opening Remarks Part I - Developing Your Digital and Mobile Experience Programs  Role of Mobile Marketing in an Omni-Channel World  Uncovering content development, strategy & Omni-Channel integration best practices  How to build and implement an effective mobile engagement strategy Morning Break and Refreshments Part II - Developing Your Digital and Mobile Experience Programs  The channels, shapes, sizes & devices seeking compelling content  How to effectively market across traditional, OOH, internet and mobile channels  Role of social content to match Omni Channels and in meeting the right audience  Best practice in generating social content Open Brainstorming – Turning Over the Time to the Participants End of Workshop 10.30am 10.45am 11.45am 12.15pm Workshop 3 – “Reality Check” on Cyber Security: Moving Beyond Hype And Devising an Action Plan To Prepare Your Organization For Today’s Real Threats 5 June 2015, Friday Level 3, Hibiscus 3604 With a spate of high profile cyber-attacks taking place globally on companies such as Sony Pictures, JPMorgan, Microsoft Xbox, the black hat hackers are costing enterprises not only millions of dollars, but are also making companies lose customer trust and confidence. The challenge at hand has become enormous with the implementation of cloud, big data and IoT. The level of vulnerability is much higher now, and more are at stake. This masterclass will go through the latest trends in cyber- attacks and highlight what each corporate should have in place, be in policies, procedures and technologies to ward off such attacks. When the participants leave, they will have a toolkit of cost effective security/resiliency that can be practically applied to their organization. Who should attend:     Secure Software Development Operations & Network Security Management Enterprise Security & Governance Digital Forensics Technologies & Processes Masterclass Leader: Barry Greene, Chief Strategy Officer, Niometrics Barry Raveendran Greene is an entrepreneur, cyber-security expert, mentor, and executive leader working with start-ups in their most critical growth phases. Barry Greene has over 30 years of industry experience and is a pioneer in the fields of Service Provider Security and industry vulnerability/security reaction teams. He is a well-known in the cyber-security community as a behind the scenes security architect and strategist – responsible for the many of the tools the

    26. Defining What’s Shaping The Future of The Global ICT World Level 3, Marina Bay Sands industry depends to secure their infrastructure. He is the creator and custodian of the Service Provider Security Workshop, frequently presents at the top operational conferences, and well known for pulling industry together to solve tough cyber-security issues. 09.00am 09.20am 9.30am Registration Opening Remarks Module 1: Understanding The Real Cyber Security Threat: How Vulnerable Are We?  What are the current trends in cybercrimes and cyberphysical compromises?  What are the most common lines of attacks?  How can we minimize and how resilient our systems can be?  Arming yourself with tools to “rethink” your current security and risk practices The objective is to move beyond FUD and have each participant have key actions they can immediately enact that will instigate a more effective security posture. Morning Break and Refreshments Module 2: Top Security Best Practices that will not cost you millions of dollars  Providing an introduction to each of these best common practices (BCPs) and demonstrate how they can be used in all Internet companies (enterprises, banks, government organizations, on-line service providers, cloud networks, etc).  This module will review the tools the top Service Providers (SPs) in the world have developed. o These tools, techniques, and practices that are used daily to mitigate attacks to the network o These tools mostly use the available infrastructure in ways that take advantage of existing investments o Other tools are open source, using the power of collective action and collaborative code to deploy cost effective tools that mitigates the risk to the Internet End of Workshop 10.30am 10.45am 12.15pm