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Registration open for Canadian CommTech 2011 in Kelowna


March 12, 2011
By Anthony Capkun

March 12, 2011

May 18-19, industry players will gather in Kelowna, B.C., to discuss solutions to streamline processes, expand and improve inside and outside plants, and meet with the professionals who have the answers to technical questions.

TV Everywhere is high on every provider’s list of concerns, say show
organizers, and OTT TV questions will be answered, along with assurance
of service and usage-based billing. Join a panel discussion with
Canadian service providers to discuss their deployments of
fiber-to-the-home. Learn about new technologies like CPDS—how to
eliminate the need for battery backup. Learn first-hand about a Canadian
city’s municipal build project and join in a hands-on fusion splicing
workshop. Find the answers you need to inside-home installation
scenarios, with focus on both triple- and quadra-play situations.

The Canadian CommTech Show focuses on learning from the many experts
that make themselves available from across North America. They provide
pertinent information on what works, what didn’t and the new
technologies and tools to better pave the road ahead. This show is a
place to network and, with 20+ technical sessions and workshops—not to
mention more than 70 exhibitors—you are sure to find solutions for your
organization.

Registration early bird pricing is $150 for both days (+HST) and
includes full access, a sponsored breakfast, lunches and breaks, as well
as a Welcome Reception sponsored by JDSU.

(A few spots are left in the CommTech Charity Golf Tournament being held
Tuesday, May 18. You can golf for free, courtesy Power & Tel.)

CLICK HERE for Canadian CommTech.