Pekka Viljakainen, Advisor to the President of Skolkovo, Skolkovo Foundation: "Entrepreneurial spirit – is the situation when a person is not satisfied by being just "the most beautiful man in Moscow" or in Russia.
In an interview for JSON.TV, Antti Parviainen, co-founder of Innovestor, spoke about their plans of cooperation with Skolkovo, and noted that the two countries have been working together on energy startups.
In an interview for JSON.TV, Pekka Soini, CEO of Tekes, outlined plans for joint cooperation between Finland and Russia in the field of startups, stressing the idea that such cooperation would be very important for both countries. According to Pekka Soini, Finland is very beneficial for Russian companies due to its geographical location. Russian companies are very close to home as well as operate on the European market entirely.
Startup Village, - is the only conference of such scale in Russia, has been held for the third year. The main purpose of the event is communication of startup founders with successful entrepreneurs, large industrialists, investors, government officials and with each other. Startup Village takes place in the open air and on the site of the future city of Skolkovo, so each participant can personally see how the first innovation center in Russia is being constructed.
In an interview for JSON.TV, Jorge Audy, president of the Latin American division of technological park TECNOPUC, called the main trend of the Global market and modern technologies - bringing people together and common work on the tasks on international scale. Jorge Audy also hopes that the current agreement between Skolkovo and TECNOPUK would lead to fruitful cooperation, and would become a real bridge between Russia and Latin America. According to Mr. Audy, the Russian market is very important for the whole world.
“The first movie theater with IMAX-laser technology will appear in Moscow already by the end of this year. Our new 3D laser technology will make you forget about 4D and movable chairs. The image quality will amaze you, and you’re, captured by that, almost feel yourself inside the film”.
Ren Xudong, Vice President, Marketing & Strategy of Fixed Network Solution, Huawei Technologies. Similarities and differencesbetweenSDN & NFV; carrier’ involvement and maturity of the ecosystem; Huawei’ strategy in SDN/NFV deployments and its competitive advantage.
At the beginning of the second day of Startup Village in Skolkovo held a closed business breakfast for investors willing to work with the Russian projects and wanted to find interesting startups during Startup Village.
Mr. Gazagne talks about current activities and plans Criteo for Russia, reasons for opening office here, international and Russian clients, their success after starting to use Criteo solutions.
Ron Akins, Senior Vice President, E.J. Krause & Associates talks about the company and its key areas of activity. As well as about the reasons which prompted E.J.Krause to organize M-Enabling series of events worldwide, helping 3Gict - Global Initiative for Inclusive ICT.
Axel Leblois, Founder and Executive director, G3ict talks about origins, activities and success of 3Gict Global initiative. Where is the border of responsibility between state and business in providing access to ICT for people with disabilities. Mr. Leblois also gives some success stories of cooperation G3ict with global operators, including VimpelCom in Russia.
In interview, Ms. Xu shares plans on sales for ASUS’ new generation flagship smartphone ZenFone 2 in the world, as well as explains why the company is confident in the bright future for new segment of wearable devices.
Alex Barkaloff, Partner, USA Office, J’son & Partners Consulting "Convergence of Telecommunications and Internet-Media" China as an example of OTT and telecom convergence, driving Chinese LTE revolution to already 300 mln subscribers; video personalization and exclusiveness as the next step of world media development; international example of content/Media/OTT monetization, success stories of telecom & OTT relations; partnership model of telecom & OTT players in forming a common ecosystem
J’son & Partners Consulting presents brief results of the research: Consumption of Telecom Services: Users’ Behavior in the Republic of Kazakhstan, Results of 2013.
In terms of crisis, ruble’s depreciation, lack of access to foreign capital and decrease of population incomes force Russian telecom operators and IT companies to identify potential growth points and to optimize their activities.
J’son & Partners Consulting presents short results of the research: Russian Market of Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) Services in Corporate Segment.
J’son & Partners Consulting presents short results of the research: Global Trends in the ICT Sphere Based on Largest ICT Companies’ Venture Activities and M&A Policies.
Aleksander Popovsky, Vice President for Corporate Strategy and Business development, VimpelCom: main drivers for LTE growth in Russia, including media convergence and video consumption.
Vedomosti. Telecom-2015: Mamuka Markhulia, Head of Corporate and Legal Affairs, Tele2: interrelation between OTT services with the development of LTE-networks in Russia and prospects of such networks
Vedomosti. Telecom-2015: Dmitry Maselsky, General Director, Ericsson Russia: an OTT-development in Russia from consumers and carriers’ point of view against LTE background
J’son & Partners Consulting presents main results of the research: Russian and Global Digital Content Market Development, Results of 2013.
Despite the active development of public Wi-Fi spots, the question of its monetization and provision of high quality services are still crucial tasks for operators. J’son & Partners Consulting presents main results of the research: Public Wi-Fi Network Market in Russia.
J’son & Partners Consulting presents short results of the research - Russian Communication Industry: Key Tendencies and Regulation Perspectives. Among the most “hot” topics are the followings: provision of quality of mobile communication and network neutrality, fight against SMS spam, and dishonest content providers, frequency regulation and sharing of infrastructure and radio frequencies, tariff regulation and others.