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    • Key Themes of Discussion at a Glance: Untapping the Opportunities of Key South East Asia Markets Including: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Brunei, East Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore - National Policies, Government Policies, Regulatory Regimes - Leveraging Each Country Assets, Strengths and Services from South East Asia - Overcoming the Challenges of Finding Solutions for Each Country In Spite Of Their Different Stages of Evolution - Targeting Local Consumers Application Needs - Breeding Innovation: From Network Facing To Market Focus - CapEx and OpEx Rduction / Managed Services - The Wholesale Broadband Market - GSM/EDGE, 3G, WiMax, CDMA, IP Evolution - Mobile Data - Market Overview, SMS, MMS, PoC, GPRS, WAP - Mobile Content Business Models and Mobile Broadcast TV - The Development of Internet Services and the Growth of Broadband Access Day One: Wed 23rd July From 9 to 12.30 Plenary Session From 14.00 to 17.00 2 streams running in parallel 1. Stream A: Technology Evolution Part 1 2. Stream B: Strategy And Operations Part 1 Day Two: Thu 24th July From 9 to 12.30 Plenary Session From 14.00 to 17.00 2 streams running in parallel 1. Stream A: Technology Evolution Part 2 2. Stream B: Strategy and Operations Part 2 Invitees include: Minister Lim Keng Yaik, Minister, MCMC Mr. Neil Montefiore, CEO, M1 Mr. Tim Wetmore, General Manager, Maxis Mr. Yusof Annuar Yacob, CEO, TM International Mr. Vu Tuan Hung, CEO & President, Vietnam Posts & Telecommunications Group Mr. Nguyen Manh Bang, CEO, EVN Telecom Ms. Elizabete Fong, CEO & President, Hutchison Telecom Mr. Deddy Kurniadi, General Manager- Project Strategy, Telkom Indonesia Mr. Zamzamzairani Mohd Isa , Snr VP- Group Strategy Technology, Telekom Malaysia Mr. John Martinez, Senior Manager, Corporate Strategy & Development, CELCOM (MALAYSIA) BHD Mr. Tan Kok Peng Nicholas Senior VP- Corporate Planning, ST Telemedia Mr. Morten Lundal, CEO, DIGI Mr. Leong Keng Thai, Chief Executive, IDA Mr. Chan Kin Hung, VP for Mobile Services, Starhub Mr. E G Ang, Senior Manager, Telbru Mr. Gim Meng Ong, Regional Director, AT&T Worldwide Master Hoang Minh Hai, Chief- Technical Networking Dept., EVN Telecom Ms. Sintawati Halin Senior VP - Finance PT Mobile-8 Telecom Tbk Mr. Dave Ng, General Manager - Technology & Operations Division, Umobile Mr. Wim Timmermans, CFO, XL Mr Anuraj Gambhir, President, SPICE TELECOM Mr Neil Chakravarti, Senior Vice President, ZEE TELEFILMS Mr Rajat Mukarji, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, IDEA Cellular Mr Umang Das, MD, SPICE Communications (OP) Mr Jagbir Singh, Group CTO Mobility, Bharti Airtel
    • Draft Programme Plenary Day One and Day Two: 23rd and 24th July 2008 (topics are not in order of appearance and will be divided over two days according to speaker availability and topic chosen) Plenary Topics Part 1 TP1 - Regulatory Keynote: National Policies, Government Policies, Regulatory Regimes In South East Asia Mainland Region 2 speakers from 2 different regulatory/government bodies from the mainland region (e.g.: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam) TP2 - What Are The Resources And Strategic Decisions That Operators Will Need To Put Into Place To Make South East Asian Operator Business Models Deliver? Which strategic decisions will need to be made in the organisation? Dealing with internal business processes in order to make South East Asian Operators enabled applications ready to be marketed how can operators deal with 3rd parties and create innovative services? What type of organisation will be needed in 5 years time within an operator? What new roles are needed? TP3 - Evolving From An Operator That Is Network Facing To One That Is Market Facing · How to examine your individual business case and analysing your own strategic needs · Changing your company culture · Moving away from network performance targets and move into a governance model · How to place more emphasis on the business goals that the carrier aims to achieve · Examining ways to tie in the equipment vendor’s success more closely to the carrier’s TP4 - Examining The Different Pressure For Cost Savings In South East Asia Markets · Examining mobile operators pressures in the two fields by considering - pressure on profit margins - investment in network evolution - market saturation - need to invest in multi media services - roll out costs
    • · Dealing with the challenges in different regions for a low ARPU and fighting for margin - high infrastructure costs relative to revenue - lack of capacity of growth · Coping with the rising demand for skilled resources 2 Countries Perspectives (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam) Plenary Topics Part 2 TP5 - Regulatory Keynote: National Policies, Government Policies, Regulatory Regimes In South East Asia Maritime Region 2 speakers from 2 different regulatory/government bodies from the maritime region (e.g.: Brunei, East Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore) TP6 - Examining The Role Of 3G Within A Fast Growing Market · What could the 3G early expansion be driven by? · Will mobile phones still be used in the same way as today? · is 3G an expensive proposition? 2 Countries Perspectives (from the following: Brunei, East Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore) TP7 - How Do South East Asian TeleCom Players Breed Steady Innovation? · Examining how (company name) is addressing innovation and disruption - a case study o Web and Mobile 2.0 realities · Achieving sustainable partnerships and products in India and the region · Tapping the regions talent for creating value at the bottom of the pyramid TP8 - Stream A & C Technology Evolution (Stream Topics for both days 23rd and 24th July, topics are not in order of appearance and will be divided over two days) 14:00 Chairman Opening Remarks: TE1 - Examining 3G Roll Out Strategies In The South East Asian Market And Adapting To The Lessons Learnt · Deploying 3G on all cells and aiming for full coverage initially
    • · Rolling out 3G in a progressive manner. What are the planning constraints? o Understanding where and when 3G capabilities are needed o Examining traffic and services used · Deploying on hot spots only and with no capacity cells o Densifying the network progressively · Dealing with a greater demand of backhaul bandwidth improvements and costs · Conclusions from experience TE2 - Evaluating The Business Case For Implementing WiMAX In The South East Asian Markets · Identifying the regions and scenarios and achieve early profit makers for WiMAX · Examining the pre-requisites for WiMAX success by analysing o CPE o throughput · Lessons learnt from real life experience worldwide · What additional revenues can be achieved with WiMAX - how will the Indian market react? - what are the available market strategies? · Addressing business users o WiMAX as a technology for data only? · Spectrum and licensing issues in India and South Asia which will determine the success of future networks · Wimax vs DSL: which is the best choice for addressing the digital divide in India? TEP3 - Panel Session To What Degree Is The Network The Nervous System Of The Telco Business Within The South East Asian Market? · To what extent can the network be core to the strategic direction of the Telco? · What is defined as a core asset in the convergent era? · What role is the transmission network now playing? · What are the benefits of outsourcing in this context?
    • · To what extent is ownership of the network infrastructure offering a unique business value? o whose property should the network be? · Examining ways to tie in the equipment vendor’s success more closely to the carrier’s TE4 - Justifying The Business Case For 3G · What new services require 3G and not simply EDGE? · Could 3G enable the business community to function more effectively and if it does, will corporate support be enough? · Examining the cost of 3G handsets compared to 2G: to what extent is 3G viable in India and South Asia currently? TE5 - Technology Evolution Part 2 TE6 - Evaluating CDMA Developments And Deployments In South East Asia · Examining the impact of DATA and VAS services on revenue within the CDMA business case · How much of a risk does CDMA represent for GSM operators? · Outlining the challenges of rural roll-out and examining how CDMA has been able to overcome them · Evaluating the “CDMA family” and its evolution to UMB o to what extent will it be viable? · Examining the advantages and disadvantages of CDMA within India and South Asia · roaming · handset interoperability · battery life · penetration in India and South Asia TE7 - The Role Of IPTV Within Telecoms Triple And Quadruple Play Strategies What is the demand for telco-delivered pay TV services? in the world's most prosperous markets when delivered as part of a triple play What type of triple and quadruple play services are being developed in Europe? How much extra value an IPTV service has to entice subscribers onto the triple play of voice, video and data? What are the benefits from IPTV and how can these be incorporated into current service strategies?
    • TEP8 – PANEL SESSION What Role Will FMC And VoIP Play In The South East Asian Networks Of The Future? · The business case and the timeline for the full implementation of wireless VoIP and FMC · What will be the impact of convergence on media companies and mobile operators? · VoIP in the networks: where and how much of it? · How will VoIP be implemented? · Bringing IP to the wireless last mile through the RAN vs. the Wireless LAN · When will an all-IP network from handset to handset be available? Stream B & D Strategy & Operations (Stream Topics for both days 23rd and 24th July, topics are not in order of appearance and will be divided over two days) 14:00 Chairman Opening Remarks TS1 - Examining Strategies For Integrating The Best Of The Internet World With The Best Of The Telecoms World Examining the best of the internet What does telecom do well? How can operators leverage the best of telecom and integrate them with 3rd parties? Banks Call centres e-commerce sites What are the core capabilities that operators have that will make IMS successful? How can these capabilities be leveraged? Federating services TS2 - Achieving A Successful Marketing Strategy With Next Generation Services · Examining three key wrong assumptions that lead to the failure of WAP/MMS · Users don’t buy technology: what exactly should be marketed? · Understanding the best approach to communicate the benefits to the end-users of South East Asia · How to simplify the multitude of communications options that next generation services offer TSP3 - PANEL SESSION - How Can South East Asian Operators And Third Parties Manage Applications And Content?
    • To which extent can subscriber data be made available to 3rd parties? Which data must be really shared between network and application domain? availability of the information type of information Combining the Home Subscriber Server (HSS) with other databases Providing the level of relationships that makes all parties comfortable in the information they have to share and not to share TS4 - Mobile Data - Market Overview, SMS, MMS, PoC TS5 - Strategy and Operations Part 2 TS6 - Exploiting Video Communication And Video Content Delivery · How are consumers in South East Asia integrating video in their way of communication? And how can this be part of your service offering? o how much need is there for real time applications? o Streaming video service: what are the different types of interactive VOD services · How will the consumer market respond to videoconferencing? · How will the entertainment industry use it? · What is the best content being used on an open platform? TS7 - Optimising Interconnect Processes In Order To Effectively Manage The Increasing Number Of Interconnect Partners In South East Asia · Examining how processes have been developed in the region · Managing interconnection with scalability · Creating a process to minimise interconnect errors TSP8 - PANEL SESSION - What Do The South East Asian Markets Need To Make Mobile Music A Success? · How can record labels and operators collaborate to develop a parallel music industry in the mobile space? · To what extent are consumers using mobiles for music discovery? · Can mobile operators become mobile music retailers or simply rent out space on their portal? · Is the billing relationship that mobile operators hold with users a striking advantage? · To what extent can mobile operators become mobile music retailers? · How is the quality of the sound impacting artists decisions on selling music via mobile?
    • · Are artists happy to sell their music via a mobile brand? TS9 - Prepaid: Overcoming The Challenges Of Moving Prepaid Users To 3G Interested in speaking at this event? If you are interested in speaking, please submit your proposal to Davide Bonomi - davide.bonomi@informa.com.