"Architecting the Network of the Future -- A competitive analysis"
"Architecting the Network of the Future—A competitive analysis"
Live Webcast: Thursday, September 21, 2006
11 a.m. EDT; 8 a.m. PDT
Heated competition on multiple fronts is stimulating fresh dynamism in broadband networks, driving them to change and evolve in order to handle a growing range of bandwidth-heavy services and applications-double- and even triple-digit high-speed data services, expanding HDTV lineups, real-time video telephony, interactive television, video-on-demand, and increasingly robust business-class offerings.
During this one-hour live event, you’ll find out...
- How the telcos are constructing and leveraging their networks to compete cable and other service providers-including network designs, home networking, bundled service offerings and pricing tactics.
- The speeds and capacities supported by today's fiber-to-the-premises deployments-including potential pressure points and a glance at technical leaps on the horizon.
- What cable operators are doing to "future-proof" their networks to effectively support bandwidth-eating applications and stay in stride with-or even surpass-the efforts of competitors.
- All the options available to cable operators-with a special focus on those that will arm them with the biggest competitive advantages.
Research Director, Carrier Network Infrastructure,
Gartner Dataquest Research
Vice President, Corporate Development
Chief Technology Officer
David Large Consultants Inc.