GSMA announces speakers and sponsors at Mobile 360 – Eurasia 2019

Telecom industry association GSMA announced new speakers for its Mobile 360 – Eurasia 2019 conference in Moscow on 8-9 October 2019.
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A key focus this year will be on the imminent roll-out of commercial 5G networks with Russia expected to have 48 million connections by 2025.

“5G is a buzzword in almost every market and Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States is no exception, with initial commercial networks expected next year,” said Mats Granryd, director general of GSMA.

New speakers at Mobile 360 – Eurasia

Anna Serebryannikova, president of Association of Big Data

Oleg Aldoshin, director for New Business, Beeline Kazakhstan

Gianluca Baini, managing director EMEAR, Cisco

Alexander Shkilev, VP Business Development at Cognitive Technologies

Alexander Starostin, CEO of FirstData

Oleg Tumanov, CEO of

Evgeniy Levlev, director of Financial Services MegaFon

Ekaterina Zemskova, director for Innovations and Operational Efficiency, MegaFon

Alexander Gorbunov, CSO at MTS

Valery Shorzhin, vice president for Cloud & Digital Solutions, MTS

Nicolas Zibell, CCO at OneWeb

Alexey Natekin, CEO of Data Souls

Anton Kozlov, head of Innovations, Orange Business Services, Russia-CIS

Nikita Pankratov, business development director, Orange Business Services Russia

Alexey Sapunov, SVP, Infrastructure, Rostelecom

Alexander Chub, CEO of Russian Towers

Pavel Vlasov, head of Acceleration, IT Cluster, Skolkovo Foundation

Vladimir Valkovich, deputy head of the Central Scientific and Research Center

Anatolii Raikhert, CEO of SWiP

Arthur Akopyan, partner of UFG

Eugene Zelenyi, director Strategic Partnerships and Fintech, Visa

Mobile 360 – Eurasia will cover mobile related topics including insight from operators who have launched 5G already. It will also include sessions on the threat of cybersecurity and identity in the 5G era and the expanding role of the operator in e-commerce, fin-tech and entertainment.

Sponsors of Mobile 360 – Eurasia include MTS, Visa, Huawei, Megafon, OneWeb and Russian Towers.


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