NETHERCOMM Corporation Announces Broadband-in-Gas 2005 Conference August 24th – 25th in San Diego - Broadband-in-Gas 2005 Could Well be One of the Most Enriching Events of the Year - Register Now & Join Us

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Nethercomm Corporation, the leading innovator and pioneer of subterranean broadband communications, today announced its first annual conference will be held August 24th – 25th at the Double Tree Golf Resort in San Diego. Industry leaders can learn how Broadband-in-Gas creates a new primary pathway and how BiG stands out as a compelling opportunity for natural gas pipelines to deliver the next decade of broadband video, voice and data at unprecedented connectivity rates of 100+Mbps. Attached is a BiG 2005 Conference Brochure for more details.

Nethercomm Corporation, the leading innovator and pioneer of subterranean broadband communications, today announced its first annual conference will be held August 24th – 25th at the Double Tree Golf Resort in San Diego. Industry leaders can learn how Broadband-in-Gas creates a new primary pathway and how BiG stands out as a compelling opportunity for natural gas pipelines to deliver the next decade of broadband video, voice and data at unprecedented connectivity rates of 100+Mbps.

Broadband-in-Gas 2005 is a premier industry event featuring a forum to discover and explore these technologies and the new opportunities. This conference is the one venue where the broadband services, gas utility operators and network equipment provider communities can converge to exchange, learn and network. Mark your calendars and join executives from across the natural gas distribution value chain at the only event focused exclusively on Broadband-in-Gas technology, business models and practical, take-home information designed to give you a competitive edge in this emerging marketplace.

The event has been created exclusively for evaluating the business case and technical challenges of planning, designing, and implementing solutions for the last-mile bottleneck and providing natural gas distributors with the fundamental knowledge of Broadband-in-Gas, an innovative addition to their existing gas pipeline infrastructure.

The Broadband-in-Gas 2005 Conference will feature an extensive agenda of speakers, technical overviews, and presentations offering attendees the opportunity to gain valuable insight into the various broadband delivery methods and the primary role available to the gas distribution industry as well as a new revenue stream and public service enabling their underutilized natural gas pipeline infrastructures as well as collaborate and form strategic relationships within both the Natural Gas industry and the broadband industry.

"We're excited to be hosting our first annual Broadband-in-Gas Conference and are extremely proud of the comprehensive agenda”, stated Dr. Patrick Nunally, CEO of Nethercomm. He went on to say, "Broadband-in-Gas enables services substantially greater than before at a reduced cost; all of which seamlessly co-exist within the active natural gas pipeline. Our objective is to provide you with the unique opportunity to build relationships with your industry peers and learn from the expertise of our highly experienced speaker panel."    

For more information on the Broadband-in-Gas 2005 Conference, please visit Nethercomm’s Broadband-in-Gas 2005 conference website for online registration at http://www.nethercomm.org. Those interested in attending should register and reserve hotel accommodations - Space is limited and registration is required.

Headquartered in Southern California, NETHERCOMM Corporation, the leading innovator and pioneer of subterranean broadband communications, is developing innovative and proprietary communication technologies for the fast-growing broadband and wireless markets. The company develops, manufactures, markets, licenses, and operates advanced broadband communications systems and products based on its proprietary Broadband-in-Gas technologies; please visit Nethercomm’s corporate web site at http://www.nethercomm.com.

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