Capacity Conferences

Asia 2014


Dates announced: 18-20 November 2014, Bangkok

Capacity Conferences is proud to announce the dates for Capacity Asia 2014 have been confirmed for 18-20 November. We look forward to seeing you in Bangkok.

Join us at Capacity Asia 2014, our flagship event for wholesale telecoms in Asia. With the largest and fastest-growing telecoms markets in the world, Asia is the region to watch in the carrier industry.  Meet with 460+ senior carrier executives active in this dynamic and diverse region to network and gain insight into innovative telecoms service offerings and exciting new business opportunities.  

Highlights of 2013:

1. Expanded 3 day agenda: more time to meet with senior-level carrier decision makers
2. Voice and data focus: bring your voice and data teams to maximise your business opportunities
3. Networking functions: benefit from numerous opportunities for informal networking with your peers in a relaxed environment
4. Market overviews: learn about conditions in strategic Asian markets including China, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, India and Bangladesh

Who should attend?

Capacity Asia 2014 will provide an ideal networking opportunity and valuable business intelligence for tier 1, 2 and 3 carriers, ISPs, data centres, co-location facilities and solution providers active in the Asian telecoms markets.


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