Cable Bahamas, Broadpeak, Wind Telecom and NUTV to discuss on wireless technologies and video delivery in the first Nextv Series Caribbean’s virtual edition

After having held the second Nextv Sport Latin America’s virtual edition, and going on  with its 2021 virtual events agenda, Dataxis will be in charge of organizing the first  Nextv Series Caribbean’s virtual edition, which will take place in English next Tuesday, May 18th. The second panel discussion of the conference is called ‘How will wireless technologies supercharge video delivery’ Registration for this one and the rest of the panels can be done here.

Some of the topics to be debated and developed during the second panel of the conference will focus on satellite internet & OTT; the links between 4G, 5G and OTT; if the Push VOD alternative continues to be effective; OTT strategies and DTH and DTT, and other related issues. Industry executives specially gathered by Dataxis to star in the discussion are Stephen Curran, CTO at Cable Bahamas; Xavier Leclercq, Vice President of Business Development at Broadpeak; Rafael Pichardo, Network Operations Manager (OTT Platform Management and Development) at Wind Telecom; and Thierry Hyppolite, CEO at NUTV. 

The inaugural edition of Nextv Series Caribbean will bring together in a friendly virtual format the leading pay TV operators, TV networks, FTA broadcasters, OTT platforms, content owners, telcos and ISPs from over 20 Caribbean nations. They will meet around a series of strategy panels to discuss the latest challenges and opportunities surrounding the generation, distribution and commercialization of TV content to audiences that are demanding ever more sophisticated ways to access their favorite live and on-demand programming. The first Nextv Series Caribbean’s virtual edition will take place on Tuesday, May 18th, and will be sponsored by Broadpeak, Mirada, TiVo and Ross.

Registration to Nextv Series Caribbean is free for pay TV operators, FTA broadcasters, TV channels, OTT platforms, ISPs and telecommunications operators in the region.