October 27, 2023
Date: Nov 22, 2023
Date: 22 November
Time: 10am UK time
With the majority of home broadband connections terminating over Wi-Fi, the most important factor in attracting, retaining, and thrilling broadband subscribers is whether their wireless experience matches the expectation of the services being delivered by the access technology. This is why next-generation’s Wi-Fi 7 broadband gateways are uniquely positioned to play a central role in delivering services that drive enhanced user experiences and enable Broadband Service Providers to differentiate their services, increase customer loyalty, and open up new revenue streams in an increasingly competitive market.
Key topics include:
The major trends in home networking
The evolution of broadband access technologies
The central role of Wi-Fi in Quality of Experience
The importance of the broadband gateway in next-generation home networking
How broadband service providers can optimize the customer experience and generate additional value
Patrick Ribardiere – Senior Director, Product Marketing, Qualcomm France S.A.R.L., Qualcomm
Patrick Ribardiere has more than 20 years of engineering and customer experience on the leading edge of wireless connectivity technology for the Wi-Fi and cellular markets. His expertise in understanding carrier and customer needs for the home Wi-Fi market hinges on both his engineering knowledge and key roles in many successful technology adoptions. Ribardiere enjoys the role of customer champion and ensures customer feedback informs next-generation products. He holds a Master of Science (MS), Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Grenoble INP-UGA.
Armita Satari – Head of Custom Content – Telecoms.com
As the Head of Custom Content, Armita leads the production of bespoke content on Telecoms.com Intelligence. Prior to joining the team, she held a number of roles at the GSMA, the mobile industry association, leading on strategic research and analytical output on mobile as an assistive technology and mobile networks and services. Before that, Armita was the primary industry Analyst specialising on the DACH region at Ovum (now Omdia), delivering business critical and intelligence research and consulting. She brings nigh onto seven years of analysis and research experience in the TMT sector.
Armita holds an MSc in Neuroscience, Language and Communication from University College London and a BA in Linguistics and English Studies from University of Brighton.
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