Top Ten Reasons To Attend Next Generation Networks 2004

July 2004
Business Communications Review;Jul2004, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p65
Trade Publication
The article focuses on conferences related to computer industry. The Next Generation Networks conference is the "must attend" event for leaders in networking and telecommunications from the vendor, enterprise, service provider and academic communities. The conference is a global event, with a global perspective. More than 30 percent of each year's attendees come from outside the U.S. If the business-or the network-extends across multiple countries. The NGN conference focuses on strategic networking technologies and developments. The NGN conference is chaired by David Passmore, whose extensive experience as a leading industry consultant and analyst shapes the NGN program. The NGN event is a technical conference, but technology doesn't exist in a vacuum. Next-generation networks are discussed within the context of the regulatory, policy and business issues that affect how new products and services are deployed, priced and used.


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