inCITES Consulting participated in the Luxembourg 5G Conference where we
inCITES Consulting participated in the Luxembourg 5G Conference where we
inCITES Consulting is in Barcelona participating in the 4th Plenary Meeting of the European Commission funded H2020 project 5GCity
inCITES Consulting was at the 20th Infocom World that tool place yesterday in Athens. Ioannis Neokosmidis, inCITES CEO, took the stage to talk about devising the national 5G strategy in Luxembourg.
inCITES Consulting CEO, Ioannis Neokosmidis, PhD and Consultant Dimitrios Xydias, CFA will present our work on 5G strategy formulation and the neutral host model at the 20th Infocom World Conference themed «New Horizons: The Techonomy of Gigabit Era!» that will take place in Athens, Nov 21.
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Newspaper ΕΘΝΟΣ hosts today an article about inCITES Consulting CEO Ioannis Neokosmidis, PhD, following his presentation titled 'Devising Luxembourg's national 5G strategy' at the Forum 'Towards 5G Gigabit Society' organised by ITU and the Greek Ministry for Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media.
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inCITES CEO, Ioannis Neokosmidis, PhD will give a presentation titled 'Devising Luxembourg's national 5G strategy' in the morning session of the Forum 'Towards 5G Gigabit Society' organised by ITU and the Greek Ministry for Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media that will be held October 11-12 in Athens.
inCITES Consulting has updated its granular mobile and fixed connectivity database, Prognosis, with 2017 actual data and a forecast that extends to 2023. Prognosis is based on a variety of public sources for the actual data part as well as a range of methodologies and inputs for the forecast part.
-Total mobile subscriptions in Europe will reach 1.26 billion, up from 1.12 billion in 2017, growing at a CAGR of 1.9% between 2017-23.
inCITES Consulting participates in the 2nd plenary meeting of European Commission-funded H2020 SPEAR Project, which aims at developing an integrated platform of methods, processes, tools and supporting tools for:
- Timely detection of evolved security attacks
- Developing an advanced forensic readiness framework, based on smart honeypot deployment
- Implementing an anonymous smart grid channel for mitigating the lack of trust in exchanging sensitive information about cyber-attack incidents
inCITES Consulting participates in the 1st year review meeting of the H2020 research project 5GCity funded by the European Commission, which will design, develop, deploy and demonstrate, in operational conditions, a distributed cloud and radio platform for municipalities and infrastructure owners acting as 5G neutral hosts.
Luxembourg's Prime Minister, Xavier Bettel, announced yesterday the national 5G strategy which was based on a study conducted by inCITES Consulting. inCITES assisted Luxembourg’s policymakers by examining various aspects of 5G networks, such as business models, 5G market demand, regulatory considerations and possible funding schemes. inCITES' report also describes five potential candidates for the deployment of 5G pilots across the country as per the Government’s schedule.
inCITES Consulting's CTO, Theodoros Rokkas, PhD presented a paper on the 'cost and power consumption comparison of 400Gbps intra data center transceiver modules’ at the ICTON 2018 conference in Bucharest, Romania. The paper was also co-authored by Dr. Ioannis Tomkos and Dr. Ioannis Neokosmidis.
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inCITES Consulting will present the paper named 'Are 5G Networks, and the Neutral Host Model, the Solution to the Shrinking Telecom Market?' at the “5G – Putting Intelligence to the Network Edge” workshop in Rhodes, May 25-27 which is part of the 14th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations The paper was co-authored by: Ioannis Neokosmidis, Theodoros Rokkas, Dimitrios Xydias, Antonino Albanese, Shuaib Siddiqui, Carlos Colman Meixner and Dimitra Simeonidou
Our Consultant Dimitrios Xydias, CFA presented inCITES Consulting's views on 'The future of Broadband in Europe' at the BASE 2018 event in Athens, March 23.
European Commission's Digital Agenda for Europe initiative has introduced 3 more strategic connectivity targets to be met by its member states until 2025. Although some of the initial targets are still at risk, the accomplishment of the new ones will heavily depend on next generation technologies like fibre, DOCSIS and 5G. Thus, inCITES Consulting believes that the following factors will be key to achieving these targets:
inCITES Consulting will present two articles at the Optical Fiber Communication conference 2018 in San Diego, CA on 11-15 March.
1) "Technoeconomic Evaluations of 400G Optical Interconnect Implementations for Datacenter Networks" (by Theodoros Rokkas, PhD, Ioannis Neokosmidis, PhD, Dr. Ioannis Tomkos and Behnam Shariati)
inCITES Consulting will participate in the 'Data Centers, GPUs and Machine Learning' event at the University of Luxembourg on March 13 to discuss how new technologies will shape the future of the Data Centers industry.
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inCITES Consulting participates in the final review meetings of two H2020 5G Phase I projects CHARISMA and SESAME, in Ljubljana and Athens, respectively. inCITES' consultants contributed with their expertise in techno-economic analysis and business modelling on both projects, which revealed some very interesting findings.
How expensive are telecom services in Greece, which factors contribute to the service price and how can services become more affordable? inCITES Consulting CEO, Dr. Ioannis Neokosmidis and Consultant Dimitris Xydias, CFA contributed to this article using data from inCITES' proprietary database, Prognosis.
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inCITES Consulting participates in the ETNO (European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association) regulatory summit 2018 where all European NRAs and incumbents meet to discuss hot topics in the regulatory space. This year’s focus is around 5G, spectrum policy and business models with very interesting ideas being shared by all panellists.
For around a decade, between 2008-16, both the fixed and mobile telecom market in W. Europe shrank (Figure 1) due to a number of reasons, ranging from price control regulation (see EU Roam like Home initiative) and the significant declines in the price per unit for all core telecom services to the disruption from OTT providers and change in consumer preferences.
Στο τέλος του 2012, δυο από τους τρεις μεγαλύτερους παρόχους κινητής τηλεφωνίας στην Ελλάδα ανέπτυξαν για πρώτη φορά δίκτυα 4G, προσφέροντας υψηλότερη ποιότητα υπηρεσιών και μεγαλύτερες ταχύτητες στους συνδρομητές τους.
As 2017 is coming to an end we would like to recap our 2017 activities and reflect on the lessons we learned from them during the outgoing year. 2017 was a very productive and pivotal year for inCITES Consulting.
In order to identify which factors are expected to be important to make 5G a success we put together a questionnaire and shared it with various telecoms experts. We then used the Fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (AHP) methodology to analyse the results.
The need for ubiquitous connectivity is going nowhere but up. This creates growth in data traffic which means higher need for data centers and investments. In fact, Data Centers have experienced significant growth in the recent years in terms of number of sites, capacity and the possible uses ranging from storage, computing power, analytics, search engines, social networking, streaming media etc.
Aalborg Universitet hosts the 13th CTTE and 10th CMI conferences focused on IoT business models, users and networks. inCITES Consulting is participating with 2 papers prepared by our experts on Data Center cost modelling and Roadmap to 5G.
inCITES Consulting is showcasing European Commission's SAINT project EU and SHIELD EU project at the Luxembourg Internet Days 2017 event! inCITES Consulting is participating in the techno economic and business modelling analysis for both projects which have received significant attention today as the conference addresses Cybersecurity and Digital Transformation themes.
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inCITES Consulting's CEO Ioannis Neokosmidis, PhD presented our work on 'How to monetise a 5G Small Cells network using the SESAME network infrastructure: the case of connected stadiums" at the Connected Stadium Summit on November 7th in Amsterdam.
inCITES Consulting CEO Ioannis Neokosmidis, PhD and CTO Theodoros Rokkas, PhD will present their work as part of European Commission's CHARISMA project on 5G business modelling at the 19th Infocom World Conference in Athens on October 27.
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inCITES Consulting participated in the GSMA Mobile 360 series – Europe to share ideas and debate around Europe’s Digital Single Market agenda, the current status of the Connected Cars market and how to attract and retain female talent in ICT so to close the existing gender gap.
According to 5GCity, delivering on the 5G promise of increased data rates, and ubiquitous coverages, poses stringent requirements on traditional vertically integrated operators. In particular, telecom operators are expected to massively roll out Small Cells, which requires finding appropriate urban spaces with both backhaul and energy availability. Network sharing becomes essential to unlock those commercial massive deployments.
SAINT proposes to analyse and identify incentives to improve levels of collaboration between cooperative and regulatory approaches to information sharing. Analysis of the ecosystems of cybercriminal activity, associated markets and revenues will drive the development of a framework of business models appropriate for the fighting of cybercrime. The role of regulatory approaches as a cost benefit in cybercrime reduction will be explored within a concept of greater collaboration in order to gain optimal attrition of cybercriminal activities.
inCITES participated in the preparation of the IEEE CSCN 2016 conference paper “Service Provisioning and Pricing Methods in a Multi-Tenant Cloud Enabled RAN”. This paper is an effort to identify and analyse different radio and cloud models and pricing schemes for the joint provisioning of radio access capacity and MEC services in a multi-tenant Radio Access Network (RAN).
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inCITES Consulting recognizes the importance of Cyber Security in modern networks and participates in SHIELD (Securing against intruders and other threats through a NFV-enabled environment) Innovation Action project in order to investigate its business aspects. SHIELD project is funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 program.
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As 2017 is coming to an end we would like to recap our 2017 activities and reflect on the lessons we learned from them during the outgoing year. 2017 was a very productive and pivotal year for inCITES Consulting. The short version of it is that we have further enhanced our advisory services while focusing on expanding our offering that will better serve our clients.
Amongst other initiatives, in 2017 we: