Venue: Sutton Place Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Nov 30, 2004||End Date/Time: Dec 01, 2004|
The transition to IP is taking place aggressively across Canada. Within the past few months each major carrier in Canada has announced roll-out of IP based services and networks. It is clear that IP will not wait for the regulatory issues under discussion at the CRTC to be resolved.
Yet critical questions remain, the answers to which may have enormous impact on how IP deployment strategies will continue to evolve and how this will affect Canadians' access to competitively priced voice and enhanced IP services.
The Canadian Institute’s VoIP Summit: Transitioning to IP will provide you and the North American communications industry, with a unique snapshot of how VoIP roll-out will play out in a nation with one of the highest per capita broadband deployment rates in the world.
At this timely conference taking place just weeks after the CRTC issues reply comments on proceeding 2004-02 you will hear executives from all the key sectors of the industry share their opinions on vital issues including:
*How IP business models are evolving at the carrier and OEM level and the impact on your business
*How Canadian public policy is adapting to the broadband and the “Everything over IP opportunity”
*The latest technology and strategic developments driving IP implementation and how they are being received by consumers
*The role marketing, customer care, network management and billing functions play in migrating customers to VoIP and IP services
*What it all means for facilities management, access network control and the extent to which this will matter
This promises to be the most comprehensive event on VoIP taking place in North America this year. Don't miss your chance to be part of this conference.