Dean Bubley has worked with telecom consultancy & research firm STL Partners / Telco 2.0 for over 6 years, on published research, events and custom consulting work for joint clients.

From February 2015, he is co-lead analyst on the new Future Networks research stream which will be covering the shifting business case for telcos’ network investments, in the light of disruptive changes in technology, regulation and market dynamics. This includes 4G/5G mobile, NFV & SDN, WiFi and low-power IoT networking, organisational transformation, spectrum issues, FTTx and new service innovation platforms. For full details, click here

Dean Bubley has a long-standing collaboration with Martin Geddes, a renowned thought-leader in the fields of human communications, service provider strategy and network science.

Joint projects include small-group workshops on “The Future of Voice” and custom consulting projects. The next FoV events are expected in mid-2015. Please email information AT disruptive-analysis dot com for more details.

Alan Quayle is a leading consultant for telecoms applications and service-platform innovation. He & Dean Bubley have worked collaboratively on client workshops, while Dean has also regularly appeared at the TADS events coordinated by Alan. Details are here.
Diffraction Analysis, run by Benoit Felten, is one of the leading research and consulting firms covering optical networks and FTTx business models. Dean & Benoit collaborate on custom projects, and also cross-sell research products that are complementary in coverage of fixed and mobile broadband.
Dean Bubley speaks to 300+ contacts annually, at vendors, operators, industry bodies, investors and other organisations. To propose a briefing, please contact press AT disruptive-analysis dot com
Dean Bubley is based in London, but regularly attends industry events around the world. He is frequently quoted in business & technology media, or interviewed for TV and radio progammes. Please contact him either via skype:disruptiveanalysis or email press AT disruptive-analysis dot com with details of your topic, questions and deadlines.
If you are a technology vendor organising a press event, and requiring a forthright speaker or experienced debate moderator, please get in touch via information AT disruptive-analysis dot com