|Event Date/Time: Jan 21, 2002||End Date/Time: Jan 24, 2002|
Owned by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the intimate venue of SUPERnet provides a unique close-up look at everything broadband by offering a manageable, comprehensive
overview of the state of the broadband industry.
SUPERnet 2002 will be held January 21–24, 2002 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, California, USA.
SUPERnet provides focused training on the
current state of bandwidth-enabling alternatives, such as xDSL, DWDM, cable modem, optical edge and core networking, mobile and fixed wireless broadband, 3G, HFC, gigabit Ethernet, terabit routing and more. SUPERnet is focused on the needs of emerging and established service providers and enterprise professionals in delivering IP-based services over the evolving broadband network. This precise focus means that
SUPERnet participants are the decision makers behind the major rollouts of and investment in tomorrow's broadband network.
By attending SUPERnet, you get a true heads up as to where broadband is going, gathering competitive and marketplace intelligence of great value in strategic planning. It is a cost-effective way for your company to assemble
essential information about broadband options.
The Major Components of SUPERnet
SUPERnet's free programming allows you to participate in live demonstrations, interactive panel discussions and informative educational sessions. In addition to the vast quantity of free SUPERnet programming, TIA and the International Engineering Consortium (IEC) have each developed paid educational conferences to round out your experience.