Telecommunications Summit 29-30 June

Telecommunications Summit 29-30 June

Tel.Con11 features international speakers and CEOs of New Zealand telcos

Tel.Con has been the leading conference addressing the needs of the New Zealand telecommunications sector over the past decade. This year, Conferenz is partnering with research firm IDC to provide an event that will go into more details and deeper analysts into the key industry trends than ever before.

The telecommunications industry globally is going through a step-change; the advent of fibre connectivity and broadband has revolutionised the way we access content, and interact with others socially and in business. This conference will address this transformation head on, and all the major issues that it generates for service providers, users, and regulatory bodies, says Rosalie Nelson, research manager - telecommunication, IDC and chairperson of the Telecommunications Summit.

The conference, now on its 11th year, will examine the effects of the government’s ambitious Fibre to the Home rollout and how the industry will need to transform itself to deliver value both to customers and investors now and in the future.

Day two will go in to greater depth on key industry verticals such as Health, Education and Convergent Media with streamed sessions throughout the day, giving delegates the chance to customise their own conference experience to their own requirements, and attracting a broader audience than ever before.

Click here for details and to register for the Telecommunications Summit 2010.

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