|By PR Newswire||
|August 1, 2007 12:00 PM EDT||
MELVILLE, N.Y., Aug. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Pulvermedia invites you to join a webinar entitled "Fixed Mobile Convergence -- What Works? What is the Future?" on August 8th at 11:00 AM EDT.
Today's communication strategies must include wireless strategies. But does wireless represent the total solution for the future? Or is it a way to augment the current network to support an increasingly mobile workforce? What are the risks and opportunities in selecting an architecture?
This webinar provides a sampling of the architectures and techniques, which will be discussed at the Fixed Mobile Convergence Conference on September 5 - 7 in Chicago, IL. (http://www.fixedmobileconvergencecon.com/)
* Dan Jacobson, Senior Portfolio Manager, Converged Voice Services, Sprint Nextel
Dan will discuss the current opportunity for PBX integration that enables the mobile workforce to blend their office with their cell phone and have the ability to extend the enterprise. This strategy supports the enterprise regardless of internal wireless network.
* Fanny Mlinarsky, President, octoScope
For those interested in current WiFi opportunities and upcoming WiMAX alternatives, Fanny Mlinarsky from Octoscope and contributor to IEEE standards works will discuss what is happening in the standards body and what it means to current deployments and future implementations.
Moderator: Carl Ford, Community Developer and VP Content, Pulvermedia
Both panelists will take questions from the audience at the end of the presentation. For those planning to go to Pulvermedia's FMC event in Chicago, this is a great preview of some of the topics to be covered.
More Info: http://webinars.pulvermedia.com/archives/2007/07/fixed_mobile_co.php What: Fixed Mobile Convergence -- What Works? What is the Future?
When: August 8, 2007 at 5:00 PM Brussels CEST / 11:00 AM New York EDT / 8:00 AM Los Angeles PDT
How: Live over the Internet -- Simply log on to the web at the address above.
Who Should Attend: Enterprise Architects CIOs Telecom Managers Network Engineers Enterprise IT and LOB managers Contact: Todd Keefe (617) 262-1968 [email protected] About Pulvermedia:
Pulvermedia is the leading integrated media company that specializes in building communities and providing marketplace access through its unparalleled blend of trade shows, publications, web channels, and progressive cutting-edge media. As the foremost-integrated media services company, Pulvermedia is ideally poised to deliver a vast range of messages to a wide variety of different audiences, including technology buyers and sellers, government regulators, industry analysts, luminaries, pundits and bloggers.
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If you experience problems listening to the webcast, send an E-mail to: [email protected].Pulvermedia
CONTACT: Todd Keefe, of Pulvermedia, +1-617-262-1968, [email protected]
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