Supplying Municipalities with "Ultra Broadband" through Data Utilities: Recording Bundle Available Now!
March 15, 2011
This exclusive CATA Teleforum Recording Bundle provides critical insights into how Municipalities can supply super-networks through Data Utilities. Municipalities today are searching for a way to obtain fast and affordable communications. A key to being 'on the map' in today's Knowledge Economy, fast communications and networking are vital to both community activities as well as business growth. One path to the goal of high-speed communications is through the implementation of "Data Utilities" -- a municipally-owned organization such as an electricity utility -- to provide the communications service.
Learn more about the benefits and challenges of implementing a Data Utility from our expert speakers and listen to an interactive Q&A session on the use of Data Utilities to create ultra-broad communications in communities.
Our expert speakers on this Teleforum include:
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- Bill Hutchison, Chair, Toronto Waterfront Advisory Council, and Chair,i-CANADA.
- Paul West, VP of Business Development, Ryhzome Networks
- Adrian Ma, Solution Architect, Alcatel-Lucent
To receive this exclusive CATA Teleforum recording bundle (includes link to MP3 recording and presentation materials), please contact Cathi Malette at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Service fee: CATA Members and Research Subscribers: Complimentary, Non-members: $45 (plus HST).
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