Digitalk is pleased to announce that we will be attending ITW in Atlanta.

ITW (International Telecoms Week) is the annual meeting for the global wholesale telecoms industry, providing a platform for 6,939 delegates from 2,081 companies and more than 135 countries to meet together and network. 

Make the most of your visit to ITW 2019 and book a meeting with one of the Digitalk team.

The Digitalk Blog

Keep up with our thoughts on the industry’s latest news and developments

  • Product update: Digitalk Carrier Cloud’s Bilateral Agreements module enables streamlined planning for wholesale voice operators

    Digitalk Carrier Cloud's new Bilateral Agreement module enables automated planning for wholesale voice Bilateral Agreements and complete tracking of contracts. The feature is included in all versions of Carrier Cloud from 5.5.

  • Meet Digitalk at ITW and find out why more operators are choosing Carrier Cloud for wholesale voice services

    ITW, the annual meeting of the global telecoms wholesale industry, is just a few days away. It’s moved to a new location in Atlanta, and promises to be refreshed and invigorated, making it a must attend event on the wholesale calendar.
  • Innovation and automation – two key lessons from MVNOs World Congress 2019

    Delivering innovation to your customers requires insight and the ability to automate.

    The recent MVNOs World Congress, which took place in Amsterdam in May, showed once again why it is the premier meeting place for the MVNx ecosystem. An audience of more than 600 came together to discuss challenges and opportunities, while exploring new solutions and business ideas. As you might expect, innovation was a key theme. How can MVNOs (and their MNO / MVNE partners) unlock innovation to excite and engage customers – and win market share?

  • How can mobile operators make a success of sub-brands?

    The importance of sub-brands for mobile operators is becoming increasingly clear. But, what does it take to ensure success? It’s about a combination of factors, which must all be addressed – ranging from propositions to organisational independence. What are the key success factors for mobile operator sub-brands?

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