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The Broadband World Forum Asia, which is officially sponsored by NTT, will be presented May 30-June 2 at the Pacifico Yokohama convention center. The International Engineering Consortium (IEC). IEC announced that Japanese companies like NEC, Fujitsu, Oki Electric, Alaxala and many other multinational corporations, such as Motorola, Siemens and Alcatel will attend. NTT Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Norio Wada is official conference chairperson.
Registration is now open for the conference at the IEC web site, www.iec.org/events/2005/bbwf_asia2
Broadband World Forum Asia will include four days of educational programming on an extensive range of business and technical topics aimed at finding the right mix of technology and services to succeed in today’s dynamic market. The IEC Broadband Forums have traditionally drawn thousands of telecom executives from wireless, wireline carriers, manufacturers, applications and content providers from Asia, North America and Europe.
“Japan’s reputation as a worldwide technology leader and innovator in the communications arena makes it an ideal location for this broadband summit,” said John Janowiak, the senior director of the IEC. “With broadband communications literally changing the way we live and work, and business models undergoing rapid change, it’s important to gather to see where the industry is headed.”
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