|TSTT unveils technology for boosting business |
Thursday, March 23 2017
“Data is a big part of what is happening now. Infrastructure and solutions as services, the Internet of things, 5G, robotics, artificial intelligence and the like, all are here today and a big part of how TSTT goes forward,” said Dr Ronald Walcott Chief Executive Officer, TSTT.
The CEO was speaking at TSTT’s Connect @ bmobile Technology Exposition 2017, a forum the company hosted for local businesses for discussion and a rich exchange of ideas around the various new hi-tech solutions in the market.
Following closely on the heels of bmobile being the first and only local mobile operator to deliver 4G LTE very high speed mobile data, it was recognised that dynamic change was increasingly guiding the future of work and life via disruptive technologies.
The technology experts presenting at the forum showed how TSTT in fact can create massive new opportunities for business innovation and industry and economic transformation to drive national prosperity.
At the “Thought Leadership” forum on January 17, executive leaders from among TSTT’s business, enterprise and government clientele heard from TSTT’s EVP, Strategic Alliance, Enterprise and Tobago Operations, Rakesh Goswami about the latest cutting-edge technologies being reviewed by Singularity University inclusive of neo-science, hand-held devices to perform medical diagnosis and bitcoin economy.
They also heard perspectives from three Trinidadian technology leaders based at internationally renowned organisations.
Senior Technical Director, Product Innovation at AT&T- Big Data, Lerrie Hercules presented on current global trends of Big Data/Analytics being utilized by successful firms and noted TSTT’s new role in enabling Big Data analytics because of their Data Centre Services inclusive of Disaster Recovery; Analytics; and Managed Services.
Trevor Maison, Lead Enterprise Architect for Buy Technology at Nielsen and Dr Colin Parris, Vice President Software Research Software Science & Analytics Organisation, GE Global Research Center also gave their unique insights of data-driven organisations.
They both gave testimony to TSTT’s position as a service provider ideally equipped with the technology, infrastructure and services to support local businesses adopting their own data-driven strategies.
The Technology Exposition continued on January 18 with workshops on: Mobility and illustration of automated call transition from mobile to office hand-set by Mitel Latest in SDDC (Software-Defined Data Centre) technology and VMware Intelligence gathering from CCTV (Closed Circuit TV) via facial recognition and analytics by Aimetis World renowned Google’s Culture of Innovation Business to Business transactions, the next Success presented by Huawei LTE (Long Term Evolution) & New Technology presented by TSTT Attendees were able to also network with subject matter experts at the various booths inclusive of Hosted PBX, Video Collaboration Cloud, “Pete The Pan Stick” VDI (Virtual Desktop) application, Data Centre Services, E-Tender application, mobile LTE, CCTV, Google Suite and Big Data Analytics.
The Connect @ bmobile Exposition & Technology Conference 2017 was truly a new experience, via engagement, with multiple industry specialists - focused on how to stimulate innovation, increase collaboration and drive growth and productivity through investment in technology.
For more information on how any of these services can boost your business contact your TSTT Account Manager or TSTT’s Rolph Young, Senior Manager Enterprise Marketing via email at firstname.lastname@example.org