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NXTcomm 2008 Debrief

Tuesday, June 24, 2008
09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
British Telecom
1600 Memorex Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95050


NXTcomm is the biggest telecom conference of the year, spanning fixed and mobile, media, and much more. In the beginning there was Supercomm. In 2006 it split into Globalcomm in Chicago and Telecomnext in Vegas. In 2007, the two shows merged back as "NXTcomm". Co-owned by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) and the United States Telecom Association (USTelecom). It unites the premier information and communications technology companies with the world's leading communications and

NXTcomm is the biggest telecom conference of the year, spanning fixed and mobile, media, and much more. In the beginning there was Supercomm. In 2006 it split into Globalcomm in Chicago and Telecomnext in Vegas. In 2007, the two shows merged back as "NXTcomm". Co-owned by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) and the United States Telecom Association (USTelecom). It unites the premier information and communications technology companies with the world's leading communications and entertainment companies. Yet, as all foot-weary telecom professionals know, after your string of meetings back and forth around the show, there’s precious little time to actually spend learning what’s hot, and seeing the most worthwhile on the show floor. That's why The Telecom Council puts together these roundtable events after large tradeshows - so our members can share what they learned, what they saw, and their opinions of the products and companies that made an impression on them. This gives members who didn’t go a chance to learn from those who did, and those who went also get the chance to fill out their notes with things they might have missed. The format of this meeting will be a presentation followed by a roundtable. The presentation will be from an analyst and moderator who will offer show highlights. During the moderated roundtable, each attendee will get a chance to discuss their opinions, their take-aways, and share any gems they found - all in the spirit of networking, communication, and collaboration in our industry. Throughout the meeting, we encourage comments, disagreements, and interaction from everyone in the room. You bring the conversation; we’ll bring the lunch. Our innovative debrief events have been extremely successful, and are consistently highly rated by all that attend. We routinely get feedback like this quote from our CES 2008 Debrief survey: “You saved me 3 days and $3,000. Great summary and great insights…” We will have a maximum of 20 people at this meeting, and it is our objective that half will have gone to the show. To accommodate this we are taking the first 15 registrations, as first-come, first-served, and the last 5 registrations will be selected from the waiting list based on whether we need more show attendees or not. If demand is high, a second session will be added. The Telecom Council runs many Debriefs throughout the year with the intention of keeping Telecom Council members in touch and up-to-date with the latest developments. Participation in these debriefs and the Debrief Report is included in membership. If space is available, non-members may also participate in these intimate sessions for $100, though we strongly encourage appropriate companies to join The Council.

 

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