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Vegas debut for BroadbandVision show

Plans have been announced for the inaugural BroadbandVision show, which will be held from 1 to 3 October at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Organisers say the trade show will facilitate discussions and discovery on the most relevant topics related to the services, technologies and applications that will define the future of the broadband industry as well as 'providing an insight into the opportunities for success at every layer of the broadband carrier ecosystem'.

The event will draw from what is described as 'a unique and deep coalition of partners to reveal and outline key broadband monetization issues facing telcos, cable providers, wireless Internet companies, utilities and municipalities'.
 
Current keynote speakers include:

  • Jeff Gardner, president and chief executive officer at Windstream, one of the leading providers of advanced network communications, including cloud computing and managed services, to businesses and consumers nationwide;
  • Chetan Sharma, founder and president of Chetan Sharma Consulting, one of the most respected management consulting and strategic advisory firms in the wireless industry; and
  • Steve Shannon, GM of content and services for Roku, the market leader in streaming entertainment devices for the TV.
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