Start the new year off right with a focus on “Capacity, Capability, Collaboration” at this year’s conference of the Pacific Telecommunications Council. Spend January 20-23 discussing the upcoming year in global telecommunications with the brightest minds in the industry. Last year’s event drew in over 1,500 attendees and more than 190 speakers across 50+ sessions. Almost one quarter of the participants at PTC ’12 were C-suite representatives, and this year’s conference is sure to provide just as many networking opportunities and ways to improve your bottom line.
NTT America’s CTO, Doug Junkins will be a featured speaker and will participate in a roundtable on Monday, January 21 as a subject matter expert on software defined networking. Mr. Junkins heads up NTT America’s internal IT as well as the company’s technology procurement strategy and vendor selection, industry relations and standardization efforts, and overall product portfolio coordination across the Global IP Network, Data Center Services and Global Solutions business units.
The Executive Insight Roundtable in which Mr. Junkins is participating will take place from 11:45-12:45 on Monday, January 21 in Coral 1. He will be speaking alongside Peter Coffee, VP & Head of Platform Research at salesforce.com, Lew Tucker, VP & CTO of Cloud Computing at Cisco, Jack Waters, CTO of Level 3 Communications, and Steve West, CTO of Cyan.
Brent Duncan, VP of Sales and Marketing for the Global IP Network at NTT Communications, will also be speaking at Topical Session 5: Big Data, Big Bandwidth, Big Opportunity in South Pacific 1. Find out how increased capacity and speeds are facilitating the movement of immense amounts of data around the globe. Learn how providers and businesses are meeting the challenge of making big data useful while not compromising security and privacy.
More information about this event and speakers can be found here: http://www.ptc.org/ptc13/
Don’t miss this opportunity to spend a long weekend in Honolulu, Hawaii at the 35th annual PTC. Topics to be covered include:
-Disruption in an Expanding Satellite Age
-Cloud and Enterprise Services
-and many more…
Today’s applications demand greater capacity, intelligence, flexibility, and innovation in order to enable essential collaboration. Become a part of the dialogue, grow your business, and interact with the world’s telecom industry leaders at PTC ’13.