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Rich lineup of speakers at CommunicAsia 2012 next week

Singapore, June 15, Over 180  distinguished international speakers are slated to make presentations or participate in panels at the CommunicAsia2012 Summit which takes place  in Singapore next week ( June 19-21). Two  key speakers are Aliza Knox, Managing Director of Commerce for Google Asia Pacific and US Ambassador David A. Gross, Partner at Wiley Rein LLP.

Ms. Knox will give an overview on how ‘Asia defines the Internet’ by following the trajectory of the smartphone across the region whilst Ambassador David A. Gross will draw from his past experiences as the U.S. Coordinator for International Communications and Information Policy at the U.S. Department of State and share his opinion on ‘Profiting From the Turmoil’. Delegates at the CommunicAsia2012 Summit can look forward to 16 technology sessions, including over 180 conferences, workshops, and panel discussions that will foster dialogue among industry and government leaders, and provide executive insights and analysis on the exciting ICT developments across Asia Pacific and beyond.

We have picked a few talks that will be of special interest to delegates from India:

TD-LTE in India The ‘TD’ cellular flavour can no longer be viewed as a China niche technology. India is embracing TD-LTE for its broadband wireless access rollouts and before long close to half the world’s population will be within reach of a TD-LTE network. India could have full commercial service ahead of its northern neighbour. What are the market trends that are driving TD-LTE to become a truly global standard? What are the implications for companies looking to build an LTE market presence? Stephen Hire,Director of Marketing, Aeroflex Asia 19 June 11 30 Marina Bay Sands Level 4

Mobility via the Cloud Vivek will elaborate on how enterprises in Asia can achieve higher productivity, by addressing the 5 key needs of: Managing flexible working, Agility in adoption of new technologies, Integrating communications Addressing security issues,Managing consumerisation of IT Vivek Jhamb, Senior Vice-President, Vodafone Global Enterprise 19 June 0910 hrs Marina Bay Sands Level 4 

Cloud Opportunities in Telco 2.X Era Demand of cloud services are increasing as MNCs are expanding into Asia; A look at opportunities that exist in the Internet 2.X ecosystem for telcos with high bandwidth network infrastructure & data center facilities; New perspectives to infrastructure design; How adapting to changes will meet the current & future needs of Asia  Sanjay Nayak, Vice President of Product Strategy and Management, Pacnet19 June 0930 hrs Marina Bay Sands Level 4

Managing those Billions of Devices M2M services will lead to billions of new networked devices on operators networks, many within the connected home. Managing those devices and the associated services will be of paramount importance to operators and consumers alike. How can the eco-system of management protocols be adapted to make the most of new business opportunities of M2M and the ever more complex connected home. Robin Mersh, CEO, Broadband Forum June 19 0940 Marina Bay Sands Level 4

Cloud computing service models - strategies, challenges and differentiation How to leverage on the fact that cloud computing models have been storming the world in the last few years.; A look at the vast potential for innovations & the variety of service models that have evolved ; Examining fundamental service models; A look at architecture and infrastructure behind the models; The potential long term benefits offered to consumers through these service Models

Rajesh Kumar Sundararajan, Assistant Vice President – Product Line Marketing, Aricent Technologies 1200 20 June Marina Bay Sands Level 4

For details on the full CommunicAsia2012 Summit programme and speakers, please visit http://www.communicasia.com/conference-programme.html .

IndiaTechOnline, an online ,media partner of CommunicAsia, will be on the spot to bring you reports of Indian presence as well as other highlights at the 3-day event.




    


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