Centerville, MA (PRWEB) April 19, 2007
The lineup of high-level network technology sessions has attracted an international audience to FutureNet Expo April 30 - May 3 in New York. Already attendees from 14 countries plus the United States and Canada have registered to attend. Countries represented include Germany, Poland, United Kingdom, Jamaica, Denmark, Australia, Japan, Finland, China, New Zealand, Brazil, Turkey, Russia, and Switzerland.
Companies' scheduled to attend are a "Who's Who" in technology and business including: Adva Optical Networking, Alcatel-Lucent, Arcor, Asia Netcom, Aster, AT&T, Bell Canada, Brunschwig Fils, Inc, BT Radianz, Cable Wireless Jamaica, Capital Group Companies, Inc, Carole Lynn Steiner and Company, Cisco, City of New York, Colgate Palmolive Company, Combiz Press, Conde Nast, Cox Communications, DE Communications, Dell'Oro Group, Morgan Stanley, Ericsson, Flag Telecom, Fluke Networks, GCI, Global Connect, Hammerhead Systems, Harris Corp, High Corporate Services, Hollister Incorporated, Honeywell International, Juniper Networks, Maimonides Medical Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Microsoft, Morgan Keegan & Co, MSNBC, Nemertes Research, Netone Systems Co, Ltd, New Edge Networks, New York City Health and Hospital, Nokia, Nortel, NTT America, NYC Housing Authority, Overture Networks, Ovum, Packet Design, PCCW Global, Qwest Communications, SIAC, TechTarget, Tekelec, Telco Systems, Telecom New Zealand Limited, Tellabs, Tivit Technologia Da Informac CO SA, Turkcell Iletisim Hirzmetleri A.S., United Technologies, US China Magazine, Verizon Business, Visa, Vodafone, VSNL International, Windstream Communications.
The leading technology conference held in New York City, FutureNet: MPLS, VPLS and Beyond delivers high quality speakers and cutting edge programming for the entire four-day event. FutureNet Expo features sessions to help enterprises and service providers stay at the forefront of the telecommunication and IP network transformation.
FutureNet Expo is an industry forum for advanced networking technology and services. FutureNet Expo brings together thought leaders from enterprises, service providers, and equipment vendors to analyze and discuss the technologies that will shape the future of networking and telecommunications.
FutureNet Expo will address the vital business and strategic technical issues that network decision makers must understand to effectively plan for tomorrow's business requirements.
Major topics covered in conference program include:
VPLS, T-MPLS, PBT, and Ethernet
Operations and Management - Enterprises & Service Providers
Architecture & Service Evolution: Enterprise & Service Providers
Real-Time Voice/Video Services
Service Provider Resiliency Strategies
And some Spotlight features for the conference and expo include
MPLS Present & Future
The Great Ethernet Debate
New Service Opportunities: Fixed Mobile Convergence Triple and Quadruple Play
Security, Encryption and Privacy
FutureNet Expo is the evolution of MPLScon from a standalone conference on MPLS and VPN technology to an enhanced and expanded conference and expo focusing on next generation networks and technologies. FutureNet Expo is simply the premier industry event focusing on the next generation of networks. FutureNet Expo consists of tutorials, standards discussions, case studies and vendor presentations to provide a single place where those involved in developing, deploying, managing and marketing business data and voice services can converge.
About Conference Director
Irwin Lazar is a Principal Analyst & Program Director, Convergence & Collaboration at Nemertes Research, where he develops and manages research projects, conducts strategic seminars, and advises key clients. He has chaired the conference since its inception in 2000.
Nemertes specializes in analyzing and quantifying the business value of emerging technologies. Nemertes selects technical and business issues to research based on input from our clients and benchmarks participants. http://www.nemertes.com