The ITU’s work on standards for next generation networks (NGNs) promises to have a fundamental impact on tomorrow’s telecom services – by opening hardware and software markets to competition, driving down costs, encouraging innovation, and laying the foundation for the next phase of convergence.
You are invited to find out more about the latest release of the ITU’s NGN standards and their likely impact on the telecom supply chain in a free one-hour-long online seminar, hosted by Light Reading and featuring key players in ITU’s work on NGN on Monday, January 23.
The event is being held by Light Reading in collaboration with the ITU. Speakers will be:
Keith Dickerson, Representative of the ITU NGN-Global Standards Initiative (GSI)
Marco Carugi, Representative of the ITU NGN- GSI
Monique Morrow, Representative of the ITU NGN- GSI
The speakers will explain the context of the latest NGN standards and then drill down on some of the key aspects of them, explaining their importance and likely impact on telecom equipment and service markets.
The Light Reading “SuperWebinar” will comprise a short introduction by Peter Heywood, Founding Editor of Light Reading, followed by a 45 minute slide presentation given by all three speakers. There will be a 10-15 minutes Q&A session at the end.
The live event will be staged on Monday, January 23rd at 5:30 PM Central European Time, 4:30 PM London time, 11:30 AM New York time, and 8:30 AM Pacific time. To register please click on this link.