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Anand Gonuguntla, CEO of Centina Systems, discusses how operators can improve visibility and offer a more differentiated service, particularly with regard to Ethernet.

Guy Hilton, head of product marketing at Amdocs Revenue Management, discusses the strategies that operators are planning to implement in order to increase their data revenues in the 4G LTE.

John Logsdon, CEO and founder of NetDev, and Tsahi Levent-Levi, director of business solutions at Amdocs, discuss the implications for operators of WebRTC.

James Stewart, fraud product manager at MACH, discusses the threats that operators face and how to combat them.

Eurocomms.com: What are the major fraud threats that operators need to look out for in 2013?

    

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