19th July 2013, The LaLiT, Mumbai
25-26th April 2013, The LaLiT, Mumbai
17th May 2013, The LaLiT, Mumbai
18th April 2013, Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore
19th April 2013, The LaLiT, Mumbai
14th March 2013, Le Meridien, New Delhi
5th March 2013, The Lalit, Mumbai
23rd November 2012, JW Marriott, Mumbai
22-23 October 2012, Bressels Belgium
8-11 October 2012, Le Royal Meridien, Abu Dhabi
5-6 October 2012, The Imperial, New Delhi
21 September 2012, ITC Grand Maratha, Mumbai
24th August 2012, Le Meridien, New Delhi
27-28 July 2012, The LaLiT, Mumbai
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27 April 2012, The Lalit, Mumbai
20 April 2012, Taj Lands End, Mumbai
17-18 February 2012, Le Meridien, New Delhi
Cerebral Business Research is the India’s leading organizer of telecom & information technology, oil & gas and infrastructure, finance & legal and education conferences & exhibitions and ranks among the India’s top 5 business conferences organizers. We own niche & prestigious conference properties in the new generation technology arena with a sharp focus on large-scale must-attend events that are all independently researched and organized to provide our patrons with the unbiased market information we all need to succeed in competitive marketplace...
It gives us great pleasure to inform you that India’s only & exclusive business event on Small Cells for 4G Networks is returning on 10th July 2015 in Mumbai – Now into its 3rd consecutive successful year!
Mobile data traffic is experiencing an exponential growth, majorly driven by data capable devices and high bandwidth applications. Operators in India are evaluating their options, and small cells deployment is high in their priorities with 60% of operators considering them to be an important part of their 3G/4G service. Right now, the operators are mulling over various business models for the deployment of small cells across their networks. While addressing network congestion is one of the main reasons for the deployments, creating hot-spots and providing indoor coverage are also on radars of the Indian operators. They have understood that small cells not only help them to improve coverage and capacity, but also push the consumption of data and open new revenue streams to increase their ARPU through mobile broadband.
By 2020, there will be 50 billion connected devices across the world and mobile data traffic will grow globally with a CAGR of 85% over the next 7-10 years and will overtake fixed data traffic in 2019. The fundamental challenge for all operators is to leverage its strengths in Macro networks and extend them to small cells. Operator’s strengths in subscriber mix (consumer vs. enterprise, fixed vs. mobile) and in cost structure of its network assets (MNO/MVNO, RAN or/and core network sharing, etc.)
LTE is the most quickly adopted mobile technology so far, with over 300 commercially launched networks globally and India is not so far behind the world. Public Safety has emerged as an important function of the government today to ensure the safety of its citizen.
Cerebral Business Research is pleased to present India’s first business summit on Public Safety as Public Safety Communications 2015, scheduled to be held on 30th July 2015 at Hotel Le Meridien - New Delhi.
According to the industry reports, Driven by the growing demand for data intensive applications in public safety markets, the industry is set to grow at a CAGR of 30% from 2015 to 2020 representing over $19.5 billion in revenue by 2020 from US$ 5.3 billion in 2015. The next LTE performance and capacity leap will come from network topology evolution by using a mix of micro cells & small cells with licensed and unlicensed spectrum known as heterogeneous networks (HetNets). The industry sees HetNets as net benefit to public safety through improvements in location determination and coverage for emergency services.
The increased demand of bandwidth from both residential and business customers is playing a major role in shaping the future of the optical transport network market. As the communication industry is booming with the increased use of internet by the residential customers for online gaming, video chatting, social media, and online shopping the requirement of bandwidth for the metros and urban cities have significantly enhanced. As per the industry forecast the OTN market to grow at a CAGR of 13.25% over the period of 2016 – 2020.
It gives us great pleasure to inform you that we are organizing Next Generation – Optical Transport Networks India 2015, an international Conference cum exhibition schedule to be held on Friday, 18th September 2015 at The Lalit in Mumbai. The conference is designed to ensure highly focused communication across all segments of optical transport network including all ecosystems to come together under one roof to exchange ideas, develop expertise and share best practices.
The successful first edition of Enterprise Mobility & Cloud Summit 2014, motivates Cerebral Business Research to announce with pleasure the 2nd Enterprise Mobility & Cloud Summit 201 in Mumbai. Maintain a note in your diary for the 2nd Annual Enterprise Mobility & Cloud Summit 2015, The show will be returning on the 2015 at Courtyard Marriot – Mumbai. This is an annual event, bringing together enterprise mobility and cloud technology experts.
Enterprise Mobility and Cloud is an emerging discipline within the enterprise that has become increasingly important over the past few years as more workers have bought smart-phone and tablet computing devices and have sought support for using these devices in the workplace.
The enterprise mobility market is expected to touch over USD 1.8 billion by 2017 as more and more firms are turning towards mobility apps for enhancing productivity at the workplace and strengthening business processes. Enterprise mobility and cloud solutions are a strategic priority for CIOs to further growth and enhance business execution. Enhancing productivity and increasing customer satisfaction are key metrics for any organization, and these are closely linked to a comprehensive mobility strategy.
Cyber-attacks are a national security concern. Banking, utilities, healthcare, communications, government services, emergency services, transportation – all are critical to the normal daily activities in India.
It is a well known fact that India is a victim of various global cyber crime syndicate and advanced persistent threat. The Government of India released its first national Cyber Security Policy last year in 2014, which aims to ensure a secure and resilient cyberspace for citizens, businesses, and the government. Industry reports claim cybercrime is estimated at around US$ 218 million. Indian cyber security companies have developed indigenous products to address rising cyber-threats, however, with the limited success.
The US Department of Homeland Security's Office of Cyber security and Communications defines cyber threats from persons who attempt unauthorized access to a control system device and/or network using a data communications pathway.
India is 4G Ready with a mobile subscriber's base has crossed over 900 million - One of the fastest growing & largest telecom marketplaces in the world. With ever rising mobile subscribers voice & mobile messaging is increasingly becoming a commodity. India is gearing up for the launch of 4G technology - Customer segmentation based data play is the future of mobile operators. Understanding customers & users is the key with a more than ever greater focus on customer care and mVAS has been recognized as the Next Wave of Growth by the telecom operators in India. Over the years, Indians have graduated to a level wherein they buy mobile phones not just to be in touch but to express themselves, their attitude, feeling and interests.
We take this opportunity to invite entire VAS community to come together to discusses the future innovations & advanced services for mVAS in India @ 4G Mobile VAS India Summit & Expo on 2015 at The Lalit - Mumbai.
While 3G gradually expands its wings in India, the LTE is seeing a rapid growth over the past one year and is likely to impact the Indian telecom market significantly. According to a recent report by the industry LTE connections across the world is forecast to pass one billion by 2017 of which the Asian market will account for over 47% of all 4G connections - driven mainly by India and China.
LTE is expected to herald a new age of productivity for remote business users. Greater capacity, lower cost of deployment, support for high mobility, spectrum flexibility and superior quality of services are some of the factors that make LTE ideal for high-speed, high-quality mobile broadband services. LTE will also boost the demand for data intensive services like mobile TV and mobile videoconferencing. This, in turn, is expected to increase telecom operators revenues, while enriching the overall end-user experience.
The Indian Chemical Industry, which includes basic chemicals and its products, petrochemicals, fertilizers, paints & varnishes, gases, soaps, perfumes & toiletries and pharmaceuticals is one of the most diversified of all industrial sectors covering thousands of commercial products. It plays an important role in the overall development of the Indian economy. It contributes about 2.5 per cent in the GDP of the country.
India is expected to become the second-largest individual market after China, cornering 20 per cent of the global chemical sales by 2050. Over the next 5 years, India’s chemical sector is expected to grow at 13-17% p.a.
With increasing demand of chemical products for industrial and commercial purpose, storage and transportation of bulk liquid chemicals becomes an important task. Production as well as consumption is well spread across India making chemical logistics and storage an attractive industry.
The protection of oil, gas and refined product pipelines against sabotage, illegal tapping and terrorist action, combined with the detection of leaks and in-line equipment failure, is a high priority in all countries, but has been notoriously difficult to achieve.
Oil and gas installations are critical infrastructure of high importance and value. If a pipeline is damaged, significant revenues will be lost, harm may be caused to the environment, and the leakage could be a potential danger to the local population. More importantly, a terrorist attack on an unprotected pipeline could have catastrophic consequences.
The Pipeline Security conference is researched and designed to provide a fully comprehensive platform to security experts involved in the protection of oil and gas infrastructure, assets and staff including protection against the threats such as attacks on supply infrastructure, accidents, natural and unnatural disasters, terrorism and cyber-attacks.
Cerebral Business Research will be hosting the 6th Annual World Refining Technology Summit on the 21st August, 2015 in Las Vegas, USA.
This Summit welcomes leading solution providers from across the refining and related industries to gather and to demonstrate their products/services to the operators / end users to create new business opportunities for participants. This Summit is an ideal platform to discuss and learn the latest in refining technology and how to stay abreast of your competitors. Here is where the top professionals and decision makers from the biggest oil and gas refining companies in the world discuss the hottest industry issues, network and share their groundbreaking ideas.
The programme is highly interactive, with many different formats aimed at stimulating a thought provoking debate. It offers you an unrivalled platform to share ideas and opinions on where the industry is headed and what place your company will hold within it.
India's automobile industry has seven years to upgrade to the Bharat Stage-V emission norms, but it can meet the deadline only if oil marketing companies manage to line up fresh investments of at least Rs 80,000 crore over the next few years to supply the requisite fuel.
An expert committee, tasked by the petroleum ministry to suggest standards and timelines for switching to higher quality fuel and emission norms in the country, has recommended upgrade to the intermediate BS-IV+ norms across India by April 1, 2017 followed by introduction of BS-V fuel on April 1, 2021 if fresh investments are made.
The emission standards are instituted by the government to regulate the output of air pollutants from internal combustion engine equipment including motor vehicles. Oil marketing companies (OMCs) had invested Rs 30,000 crore for moving from BS-III to BS-IV emission norms in 2010. It is estimated that fresh investments of at least Rs 80,000 crore will be needed over the next few years for OMCs to set up new facilities capable of producing the BS-V fuel.
Now a day, solar business has been receiving distinct backing from policy makers and decision makers in many countries including India. The energy security and climate change threats have put obligation on many large countries including India. Policy intervention has made solar business in India very promising. The National Solar Mission provides large solar business opportunity in the grid as well as off grid segment. Along with huge investment of about $ 6.85 billion in India in 2012, the market estimates suggest large potential of about Rs. 3500 Cr. per year in off grid segment of solar business in India.
In this attempt, CMD offers a program specially to cater both segments of solar market i.e. grid connected solar power and off grid solar power. Therefore, the program presents concepts involved in policy, solar technology, and finance. This program assumes no prior technical or financial background and is specifically designed for newcomers to both or to those with knowledge in one of these areas but looking to place it in context of the other. It will appeal to business decision makers from variety of job roles and sectors, requiring a thorough subject review and a market focused discussion and a chance to meet like-minded professionals.
Indian Railways have drawn up plans towards the increased upgradation of rail infrastructure and procurement of new assets of rolling stock during the current financial year with an estimated expenditure of Rs. 37,500 Crore (approx.) to shore up the infrastructural development and upkeep. The move will go a long way in boosting the Indian Economy as also provide strengthened rail infrastructure for carrying yet higher loads.
Over the past few years, Indian Railways has been marching in tune with the requirements of the national economy and it has bettered the targets it set for itself in the process. Indian Railways have emerged as one of the major movers of economy as its plan size in the year 2007-08 has gone upto Rs. 37,500 crore from a plan size of Rs. 10,177 crore in the year 2000-01 and it has shown tremendous financial performance by achieving a cash surplus of Rs. 25,000 crore in 2007-08 as against a meager cash surplus of Rs. 350 crore in 2000-01.
The strategy in current year includes massive track and sleeper renewal activity leading to increased steel consumption, production of more steel bridge girders, more production of passenger, EMU & MEMU Coaches, more production of diesel and electrical locos, more production of wheels & axles, development of model stations and world class stations, installation of modern and upgraded signaling system, increased route electrification and improvement in telecommunication work.
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