TM Forum today reaffirmed its commitment to solving new challenges faced by service providers in Asia by opening the doors to its largest Management World Asia conference to date with a record-breaking number of attendees and service provider leaders participating. At the same time, the Forum also announced the creation of its first South East Asia Regional Council, an influential group of senior executives from service providers across the region committed to helping TM Forum positively respond to service providers’ business challenges.
Calix, Inc. today announced that an additional 12 communications service providers have selected the Calix Unified Access portfolio to support approximately $153 million of Broadband Initiatives Program (BIP) Stimulus projects across the United States, of which only a portion of this value is access equipment.
Microsoft, Google and Amazon – three of the world’s largest brands and cloud computing heavyweights – will have a major presence at the Cloud Computing World Forum 2012 (www.cloudwf.com) on 12 and 13 June.
CommunicAsia and BroadcastAsia, the most established infocomm technology (ICT) and media communications event of its kind in Asia, is poised to return with a large showing. Both shows have seen more than 85 per cent of their exhibition space taken up by exhibitors, with five months to go before the event – held from 19 to 22 June 2012 at the prestigious Marina Bay Sands and award-winning Suntec Singapore respectively.
Broadband MEA, the premier event driving sustainable growth of broadband in the Middle East and Africa, is attracting top industry representatives in the region to its first ever Rural Broadband Summit to be held on 25 March 2012. As MEA governments and industry players alike work towards bridging the digital divide to improve rural broadband, the summit will explore the opportunities and innovations required to achieve connectivity in these territories.