In the ever-evolving landscape of digital infrastructure, as the cost of network throughput continues on a downward spiral, it’s prompting questions about the future players in data centers and networks. Will tech giants tighten their grip, or will emerging disruptors and unforeseen forces steal the spotlight in the next decade?
As we dive deeper into the digital era, PTC’24 Center Stage is set to host a panel discussion, providing an opportunity to gain valuable insights from leaders at the forefront of shaping the future of digital infrastructure. The digital revolution is relentless, and staying ahead of the curve is key to decoding the complex terrain of tomorrow’s technology.
For those attending PTC’24 in Honolulu, please join us at Center Stage at 9:15 am HST on Tuesday, 23 January 2024. Moderated by Jonathan Atkin, Managing Director, Global Head – Communications Infrastructure, RBC Capital Markets, the distinguished panel of speakers include David Coughlan, CEO, SubCom; Joe Kava, Vice President Global Data Centers, Google; Rangu Salgame, Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO, Princeton Digital Group; and Gary Smith, President & CEO, Ciena.
As we ponder the trajectory of technology, traditional telecommunications companies find themselves at a crossroads. This digital infrastructure panel explores the fate of these telecommunication giants as the rise of Over-The-Top (OTT) services introduces a new dynamic to the digital ecosystem. In today’s landscape, how do telcos reinvent themselves to stay relevant? Will operators of the future simply ride on the infrastructure provided by digital giants, forming a symbiotic relationship? The panel examines this complex interaction, offering insights into the evolving power dynamics between operators and over-the-top (OTT) services in the ever-expanding digital realm.
In the midst of tech progress, there’s a concern about repeating the mistakes of the dot-com bubble in 2001, particularly the risk of building too much capacity. Are we heading for a similar situation, or have we learned from the past? Panelists are set to discuss how to wisely balance expanding capacity with market needs, aiming for sustainable digital infrastructure without falling into the trap of overly ambitious growth.