NETcomm presents Prairies 2009 Conference, Issues Call for Papers
By Anthony Capkun
Following the success of the Maritimes Conference held in Halifax last September, NETcomm is presenting the NETcomm Prairies 2009 Conference in Saskatoon, Sask., April 21-22. It is being held at the historic Delta Bessborough—the official conference hotel. Electrical Business is proud to serve as a Media Partner.
The NETcomm Prairies 2009 Conference is the first in a series of regional conferences NETcomm is conducting across Canada this year. The conference format combines a trade show-like forum with a series of educational seminars and technical workshops related to all aspects of communications networks and connectivity solutions.
Attendees consist of contractors, installers, integrators, designers, engineers, communications specialists, etc., who work in public administration, transportation, telecommunications, security, electrical and cabling installation, network design and installation, and purchasing and operations management.
NETcomm is excited to announce that SaskTel has come aboard as Presenting Sponsor of the Prairies 2009 Conference! SaskTel is a leading full-service communications provider in Saskatchewan, offering voice, data, dial-up and high-speed Internet, entertainment and multimedia services, security, Web hosting, text and messaging services, and cellular and wireless data services over its digital networks. SaskTel is a provincial Crown Corporation, and has been serving the people of Saskatchewan since 1908!
NETcomm has issued a Call for Papers for the Prairies 2009 Conference, seeking presentations on subjects touching upon one or more of the following:
• Industrial Automation
• Environmental Systems
• Backbone and Cable/Rack Management
• Test & Measurement
• Regulations & Standards
To enquire about facilitating an educational seminar, please contact:
(905) 713-4391 direct
The Delta Bessborough is the Official Conference Hotel. CLICK the photo above for great Conference rates while in The Hub City.
CLICK HERE to learn more about NETcomm’s Prairies 2009 Conference.