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Wednesday, October 7 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
The Future Of Telecommunications: A Paradigm Shift Into The Unknown

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The Future Of Telecommunications: A Paradigm Shift Into The Unknown

Jatin will be discussing the future of communications pertaining to new trends, new technologies and the migration to cloud services within the mobile arena. Hot topics such as the price of data, mobile termination rates and the death of the smartphone contract will be explored. Consumer insights will also be discussed as the telecommunications industry is primarily driven by the wallets of their customers. The industry is clearly set for an unsustainable path as there are many interrelated factors in play. These include migration to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), the emergence of new telecom players and the upcoming price wars. Telecommunications all over the world, including South Africa, has become a volatile and unpredictable entity that is on the cusp of transformation. This is what makes telecoms such an exciting industry to be in. Anything is possible, and he certainly wants to be part of it by sharing his research and expertise to ensure a better future for all."

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Jatin Channa

Master of Science Candidate, Information Technology, University Of Cape Town
Jatin Channa is passionate about the Information Technology spectrum and driven to be the best at what he does. Research interests include, but not limited to, Telecommunications, start-up initiatives, cutting-edge technology, Geographic Information Systems, consumer insights and new developments in the IT industry. He is currently employed as a GIS and Remote Sensing Technician at the University of KwaZulu-Natal where he takes great pleasure... Read More →



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