Now in its 12th year, Capacity Russia & CIS 2016 is the largest telecoms wholesale event in the region, bringing together carriers, data centres and internet exchanges from across the region and the international market to build new partnerships and unlock new revenue opportunities.
Last year's event brought together 343 senior-level attendees representing 135 organisations from 39 countries.
Why should you attend Capacity Russia & CIS 2016?
• Enhanced networking opportunities: With more networking functions than ever before including bespoke meeting rooms and tables, coffee breaks, breakfasts, lunches and an evening drinks reception, Capacity Russia & CIS will provide plenty of opportunities to meet with clients and build new partnerships in an energetic and friendly setting.
• Spotlight on new business: Giving you the opportunity to explore new partnerships and forge new business with Russian and international players, this year’s Capacity Russia & CIS will bring together a variety of new companies from data centres, content players, Tier 2 and Tier 3 carriers.
• Introducing two C-level panel discussions: This year the event will introduce two panel discussions with the people that you want to hear from the most. Hosted by high-level ministry representatives, Day One will focus on investment and partnership opportunities in the CIS, whilst Day Two will host the largest telecom carriers in Russia and focus on future revenue streams
• MeetMe live-chat: Arrange your full event schedule and contact attendees instantly using the brand new live-chat service, now added to our exclusive online networking app, MeetMe.
What happened in 2015?
In 2015 Capacity Russia & CIS brought together 343 senior-level attendees from 135 companies representing the Russian and CIS wholesale telecoms community.
With our comprehensive agenda, attendees heard the latest industry news and investment opportunities from 15+ international market leaders.
• The trend towards improving quality of services for the clients of the biggest players in the region.
• The move towards investing in new and developing technologies becoming a priority for the main players in the market.
• Developments in new terrestrial routes going through and around Russia and the influence this will have on the region’s capacity going forward with countries and regions such as Uzbekistan and the Middle East being highlighted.
• With a massive increase in the backbone capacity throughout Russia, this is seeing an increase in the development of data centres throughout.
• As devices become more and more affordable- new CDNs and content start-ups are on the rise