Next Generation Telecommunications: Demand Side Strategies
CERIAS and Purdue University to host a roundtable on challenges of telecommunications transport
Telecommunications transport is a commodity service product. Consumers can choose from a range of technology platforms, providers, and price points. At the same time, industry-specific needs for handling communications have emerged due to legislative, regulatory and corporate decisions. How can service providers connect the various technological components to create robust and cost-effective private central office network options that respond to different demand side sectors?
Roundtable participants will represent both the supply and demand sides of telecommunications. They will discuss their strategies for meeting requirements, including: security, archival, retrieval, cost, and performance. The moderator and participants will include:
- Gerry Dick
- Kathy Davis (Global Access Point)
- Jack Horner (Major Hospital)
- Don Knebel (Barnes & Thornburg)
- Krishna Madhavan (Purdue University)
- Jay Qualls (n/Frame)
- Ben Wilhelm (Shiel Sexton)
There is no charge for attendance.
Please join us for this lively discussion at Purdue University on October 25, 2005, in Stewart Memorial Union (Room 214, A-D) from 1:30 to 3:30. You can register online or contact Mary Jo Maslin at 765.496.6376 or firstname.lastname@example.org.