September 12 - 14, 2017
Moscone Center, San Francisco, US
With the biggest industry names in attendance, Mobile World Congress (MWC) Americas is expected to be the premier mobile industry event in the Americas region. The objective will be to showcase cutting-edge mobile technologies, products, and services from across the globe.
We are an exhibitor at MWC Americas and have our booth located at a prime location.
Connect with Infosys
Experience the following marquee solutions at our booth:
- Artificial intelligence (AI):
Infosys Nia, our knowledge-based artificial intelligence (AI) platform, leverages boundaryless data ingestion, data analytics, and robotic process automation to distil business insights and transform the customer experience.
- Smart farming:
Our precision farming solutions harness real-time data for crop management.
Augmented and virtual reality, in combination with artificial intelligence (AI) platforms, will accelerate our ability to find solutions for problems previously considered insurmountable. Our turbine demo is a state-of-the-art platform to visualize the engineering issues of an aircraft and simulate the potential problem and its impact. The AR/VR glasses overlay the actual engine model and provide alerts, suggestions, and instructions for repair.
From Digital Experimentation to Digital Transformation
Many of today’s most established organizations are feeling overwhelmed by the complex duality of new digital products and the renewal of legacy products. Seemingly diverse industries, including telecommunications, media, automotive and insurance, are being radically disrupted by today’s digital revolution. This paper discusses how established companies can manage the duality dilemma triggered by the coexistence of new digital offerings and legacy products, and provides expert insights into how a common set of core capabilities can accelerate the digital transformation journey ahead.
Embracing Microservices Architecture in Telecommunications
The telecommunications industry is in a transition phase. Physical networks are being replaced by digital ones. Moving beyond communications services, the sector is now providing industry-specific technology solutions. Sales, support, and delivery operations are transforming from a simple solo mode to a complex collaborative one. The industry is exploring business, IT, and network strategies to manage the changing business environment. Focusing on improving the customer experience, telcos are revising their IT and network architectural capabilities to support extensibility and elasticity. A key mechanism for enabling these strategies is adoption of microservices architecture (MSA). Adopting MSA architecture in telecommunications will not only be a technology transformation but also a major shift in people’s mindsets, the organizational culture, and team structures. While microservices architecture will ensure flexibility and scalability, its implementation needs to be meticulously planned and executed. Microservices development goes hand in hand with DevOpsbased delivery model to deploy business capabilities which need agility and on-demand scalability.
This point of view outlines the rapidly changing telecommunications industry and how the microservices architecture strategy can help the industry respond to new challenges
Infosys Nia changes the game for Enterprise ITO/BPO
Telcos are increasingly seeking to deploy Artificial Intelligence for IT efficiencies and for BPO related work. Read Constellation Research’s report on how Infosys Nia has changed the game for Enterprise ITO/BPO
Cautious Optimism Marks the Adoption of AI at Proximus
Dominique Leroy (CEO and Chairman of Board, Proximus) speaks to Rajesh Murthy (President, Head – Energy, Utilities, Telecommunications and Services, Infosys) on adoption of AI at Proximus