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North America 2007 (15)

Connect-World North America 2007

Theme: TV here, there, everywhere, from anywhere

The focus of the telephone networks has shifted dramatically over the last years and promises to continue to do so at an accelerated pace. Wired and wireless, business and residential, both the networks and the users will converge. The network will support seamless handoffs between fixed and wireless networks of all sorts and the same devices will be used for work and leisure. The traffic will increase exponetionally, but the rates will go down. Added-value applications, services and content will drive revenues. Networks will have a pervasive impact upon society we live in.

The broadest spectrum: Canadian TV choices in the 21st century

the Honourable Beverley J. OdaIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:1
Topic:The broadest spectrum: Canadian TV choices in the 21st century
Author:the Honourable Beverley J. Oda
Title:Minister of Canadian Heritage and Status of Women
Organisation:Canadian Heritage and Status of Women
PDF size:312KB

 

Broadband - globalizing communications and content

Grant E. SeiffertIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:4
Topic:Broadband - globalizing communications and content
Author:Grant E. Seiffert
Title:President
Organisation:Telecommunications Industry Association, TIA-USA
PDF size:448KB

 

Welcome to the consumer era

Jonathan BanksIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:5
Topic:Welcome to the consumer era
Author:Jonathan Banks
Title:Senior Vice President
Organisation:Law & Policy for the United States Telecom Association
PDF size:224KB

 

Making next-generation networks work

Roger WardIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:6
Topic:Making next-generation networks work
Author:Roger Ward
Title:President of the Multiservice Forum, MSF, and Head of Network Evolution Strategy for BTís Chief Technology Office
Organisation:MSF and Network Evolution Strategy for BTís Chief Technology Office
PDF size:380KB

 

TV anywhere - are operators ready?

Keith WillettsIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:7
Topic:TV anywhere - are operators ready?
Author:Keith Willetts
Title:Chairman and Co-founder
Organisation:TeleManagement Forum
PDF size:248KB

 

Realising the promise of IPTV

Kumar ShahIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:8
Topic:Realising the promise of IPTV
Author:Kumar Shah
Title:CEO
Organisation:Kasenna
PDF size:236KB

 

Satellites - looking to the future

Edward D. HorowitzIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:9
Topic:Satellites - looking to the future
Author:Edward D. Horowitz
Title:President & CEO
Organisation:SES Americom
PDF size:252KB

 

Video in the enterprise - not just for Hollywood!

Tuvia BarlevIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:10
Topic:Video in the enterprise - not just for Hollywood!
Author:Tuvia Barlev
Title:President, CEO and Co-founder
Organisation:Actelis Networks
PDF size:284KB

 

TV here, there, everywhere, from anywhere

Robert J. LaikinIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:11
Topic:TV here, there, everywhere, from anywhere
Author:Robert J. Laikin
Title:Chairman of the Board and CEO
Organisation:Brightpoint, Inc
PDF size:328KB

 

Mobile TV comes to life

Stefan SchneidersIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:12
Topic:Mobile TV comes to life
Author:Stefan Schneiders
Title:Mobile TV Business Development in the Business Line Applications
Organisation:Nokia Siemens Networks
PDF size:228KB

 

Next-generation carriers

Bob DrummondIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:13
Topic:Next-generation carriers
Author:Bob Drummond
Title:Vice President, Professional Services and Marketing
Organisation:OpenCloud
PDF size:224KB

 

Controlling the TV connection

Tracy GeistIssue:North America 2007
Article no.:14
Topic:Controlling the TV connection
Author:Tracy Geist
Title:Senior Vice President of Marketing
Organisation:OpenTV Corp
PDF size:260KB

 

Where TV will go

Joe Hogan
Marc Price
Issue:North America 2007
Article no.:15
Topic:Where TV will go
Author:Joe Hogan and Marc Price
Title:(Joe Hogan) CTO, Founder, Board Member, and (Marc Price) Senior Telecom Strategist
Organisation:Openet
PDF size:228KB

 

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