July 10, 2012
TelcoTV to Share Insights into Profitable Broadband Business
By Raju Shanbhag
As the usage of video, voice and other services, which require a lot of broadband space, increase, the service providers are facing a new type of problem. Although an increase in demand for bandwidth means more business, they are finding it difficult to put together the required infrastructure to cater to these demands.
To help companies with this problem, TelcoTV, a conference and expo focused on video broadband network service providers in the U.S., has announced the keynote speakers for its upcoming conference.
TelcoTV offers an opportunity for large and small operators apart from the equipment, services, and content vendors that serve them, to connect with each other and discuss the current business technologies, trends and regulatory insights. It will also look at topics such as building an OTT business and opportunities for wireless, the company stated in a press release.
“The industry has evolved and so has TelcoTV," says Carol Wilson, chief editor of events at Light Reading, which is co-producing the TelcoTV conference with UBM TechWeb (News - Alert) and NTCA. "Speakers at this year's event will examine infrastructure challenges and profitable solutions for driving success in the delivery of voice, video and cable over carrier networks and the Internet. The experts we have lined up to speak at TelcoTV will provide answers to some of the most compelling questions being asked by broadband service providers today.”
In 2011, the company announced the finalists for the fourth annual TelcoTV Vision Awards. The 2011 finalists were among the industry's largest video service providers, technology manufacturers and equipment vendors and have demonstrated outstanding leadership since last year's TelcoTV event. The top performers in each of the award categories will be announced during the general session on October 26 at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman
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