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Global Network Transformation,Global Network Technology Conference(GNTC) looks forward to your participation
This is a full global technological revolution. In these days, New Technology-New Architecture-New Networks has been gradually presented. The cyber industry has been driven into a technological revolution that is now sweeping the world and rippling every corner of the industrial chain.
Through the past four decades, networks have become an essential infrastructure of the human society, and become the driving force of economic development, which promoting the advancement of human society. At present, the early network system architecture has been facing severe challenges such as scalability, adaptability, mobility, and security. A network technology revolution featured by openness, integration and cross-generational transition fast unfolding throughout the world. Most of the mainstream operators have announced a number of network transfer strategy to meet user’s demand including Chinese three major operators, Verizon, AT & T, NTT, etc. The future will be a new era, IPv6 will provide a wider range of address resources, SDN / NFV will give network flexibility and intelligence; 5G will bring more bandwidth and mobility; NB-IoT will make IoT real and Cloud will be everywhere ...
Against this backdrop, the GNTC themed with New Technology-New Architecture-New Networks will be held on December 7th and 9th 2016 in The Great Wall Sheraton Hotel Beijing. This conference will invite global top experts, to feature one conference (The Global Trend of Network Technology), one dialogue (Global Network Transformation), six technological summits (IPv6, SDN, NFV, 5G, NB-IoT, Cloud & DC) and several technical workshop (P4, CORD and other customizable workshops), and special events (The Declaration of Global IPv6 Development), where we can share the purest technological trends and demonstrate the latest and most comprehensive network-related cases in 3 days. The conference will have more than 1000 representatives from the telecommunication realm to support the coordinated and harmonized advance between industries, academia and researchers, and discussing the global network transformation.