Commonwealth ICT Forum 2018

Digital Transformations

Date: 1 – 3 October 2018
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Venue: Hyatt Regency

Taking place in the margins of the 58th Council Meeting of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation, the Forum is the premier ICT conference of the Commonwealth, senior policymakers, regulators and industry leaders from across the Commonwealth and beyond gathered to examine the most topical issues in the ICT sectors. Discussions focused on policy, regulation, technologies, operations, investment and multilateral cooperation.

Key Topics:

  • Broadband Planning for Digital Transformation
  • The Changing Nature of Universal Service Funds
  • Over-the Top Operators
  • The Impact of Net Neutrality Regulations
  • Cybersecurity
  • General Data Protection Regulation
  • Blockchain and Global Opportunities
  • Spectrum Management
  • Youth in ICTs

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Hosted By:

Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago

Diamond Sponsor

TSTT is Trinidad and Tobago’s largest and most advanced provider of integrated communications solutions to residential and commercial markets. Its digital transformation to an agile broadband company focuses its investments on technology that allows the company to provide cutting-edge, world-class solutions which make it easier for individuals and businesses to better manage their diverse priorities. In addition to data centre services, TSTT also provides local businesses and homes with Voice, Broadband, TV, Alarm Monitoring and 4G LTE Mobile services including an innovative line of Android and iOS based devices and international roaming.
Business customers also have access to TSTT’s Metro Ethernet; Video Cloud communications; Network Solutions; International MPLS and Google Apps for Business.
As the industry leader, providing both wireless and fibre optic technologies throughout Trinidad and Tobago, TSTT is able to deliver an unparalleled degree of digital access and custom solutions that best suit the needs of its business and residential customers.

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From our launch in Jamaica 2001, Digicel has expanded rapidly and now spans across 31 markets in the Caribbean, Central America and Asia Pacific. In each market – our mission is to deliver the best network, the best service and the best value to our customers and to give back to our communities

Today, Digicel is proud to serve consumers and business customers alike and to offer the worlds of mobile communications, business solutions, media and entertainment. We have invested over US $5 billion in the Digicel business worldwide and continue to invest to bring leading edge technologies to the markets in which we operate..

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CANTO is a non-profit association made up of operators, organizations, companies and individuals in the ICT (telecommunications) sector. The Association has a Caribbean focus as it relates to ICT issues for the region with a global perspective.

The policy strategy of the association is directed by a board of directors appointed by the membership. This strategy is executed by the staff of a permanent Secretariat located in Trinidad and Tobago. The association’s activities are financed through the contributions of the members as well as other revenue generating projects.

CANTO consists of a general assembly, a board of directors, and a Secretariat, headed by a Secretary General who is supported by an Operations & Human Resource Manager, Finance & Administration Manager and a Service Development Manager.

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Further Information:

For more information on the programme please contact:
Events Division
44 (0) 208 600 3800
44 (0) 208 600 3819