Global Capacity is crossing the pond to discuss the challenges and solutions to one of the biggest obstacles surrounding global service delivery, Local Access. As one of the U.S.’s preeminent facilitators of access network procurement, provisioning and exchange, they know a little something about that.

Putting the “Global” in Global Capacity, the company’s CEO, Patrick Shutt, is taking Global Capacity’s practical experience and access network know-how to London for the Global Carrier Community Meeting (GCCM). More specifically,  Patrick will give a keynote presentation and speak to the challenges of local access network delivery during a panel discussion entitled, Local Access – How to overcome the biggest challenge of global service delivery?

The Global Carrier Community was founded in September 2007 with the purpose of creating a central networking platform enabling and facilitating business opportunities between Telecommunications Service Providers within voice, data and telehouse segments. Since its inception, it has given accreditation to 1500+ members from 750+ Telecom Operators in 110+ countries worldwide.

With over two decades of management experience in the information services and telecommunications industry, Patrick is uniquely qualified to provide insight into the challenges faced by global integration companies and international and global carriers as they look to streamline and automate their local access network management processes. His unique and comprehensive understanding of the issues associated with global local access, from provisioning, management and sourcing, to the lack of price transparency and global network fragmentation, guarantee an insightful and bottom-line centric session.

London is calling – Global Capacity will show them how to do it better!

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