Organizer & Moderator: Rajiv R. Shah, Vice President of Research & Network Strategy, Alcatel
Adam T. Drobot, Corporate Vice President, Applied Research, Telcordia Technologies, USA
David Perkins, Senior Vice President, Networking & Computing Systems Group, Freescale Semiconductor, USA
Sanghoon Lee, Executive Vice President. Korea Telecom, Korea
Steven Gray, Vice President and Head of Nokia Research Center US, Nokia, USA
Global communications industry players have laid the groundwork and are deploying new services and applications to meet the emerging market opportunities, which will hopefully lead to a "Telecom Recovery." Players have positioned their organizations for revenue growth and increased operating efficiency, and to support the next wave of winning applications. The communications industry is racing to deploy and market broadband capabilities and services. All players seek to position their organizations to capture their share of mass-market broadband growth. Broadband is clearly driving the current "Telecom Recovery" as companies are looking to ride the wave of growth in their broadband services and network infrastructures. Carriers and enterprise users are also seeking to deploy more efficient IP and packet-based architectures and services to improve bottom-line results and grow productivity. New service opportunities, such as VoIP, are emerging, but the need is to not sacrifice levels of service quality and network reliability.
Luncheon Panels require an additional registration fee of $30 in advance and $50 onsite. Lunch is included in the Fee.
Additional information including panelist biographies is on the Globecom 2004 Web site at www.globecom2004.org