Free Registration Opens for New ICT Channel Event

12 – 13 September 2017, NEC, Birmingham

2nd May 2017: Free registration is now open for Channel Live, the new event for ICT professionals (12-13 September 2017, NEC, Birmingham), sponsored by TalkTalk Business.

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Comms BusinessThe UK’s only independent and Channel-specific exhibition and conference Channel Live, was launched to address the digital challenges and threats facing the market. Event Director Paul Johnson explains “In an era of digital transformation, businesses are rapidly changing and evolving. Yet many Channel organisations are still not adapting to this new environment. Engaging with digital trends and partnering with the right suppliers is now essential to future-proof business and thrive in a crowded marketplace.”

Visitors can attend seminars, view product demonstrations and listen to interviews on topics including:

  • Digital Transformation
  • Major market shifts in areas such as Hosted Telephony
  • Cyber Security
  • Public VS Private Cloud
  • UCaaS
  • IoT
  • eSIMs
  • 5G
  • Skype for Business
  • Shadow IT
  • WebRTC
  • Regulatory changes, including what the Channel can expect from GDPR.

The event will also explore potential new markets for the Channel, such as utilities and social WiFi, and their expected impact over the next few years. On the show floor, an exhibition of over 100 suppliers will demonstrate the latest telephony solutions and technology. Exhibitors include AutoTask, Cloud9, FirstCom Europe, CityFibre, QGate, Xelion, Performance Networks, Parallels, and Gamma among others.

The event is free to attend and visitors can register at



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