The Netcoms Show seminar sessions revealed
Organisers of The Netcoms Show – The Network Infrastructure Event 2011 have announced the details for this year’s seminar sessions and once again the two day event will host an exciting line-up of speakers.
The Netcoms Show – taking place from 12th-13th October at Arsenal Football Club’s Emirates Stadium – will feature a series of free seminar sessions as well as an exhibition area featuring some of the top companies in the industry.
A number of leading names and industry experts will be presenting over the course of the two day event, tackling some of the industry’s hottest topics and most talked about subjects.
Hosted by Network Communications News (NCN) and The Telecommunications Infrastructure Advisory Board (TIA-B), confirmed speakers for the seminar sessions include Ken Hodge of Brand-Rex, Rob Cardigan of Nexans, Alastair Waite of TE Connectivity, Rosemary McGlashon of 3M, Mike Gilmore of the Fibre Optic Industry Association and the TIA-B, Martin Warne of Exfo, Mani Manivannan of Arup Communications, Mark Marriage of COE Limited, Dr Ian F Bitterlin of Ark Continuity, and Alistair Hunt of Unite Technologies.
More speakers will be announced leading up to the event itself, which aims to attract installers, specifiers, consultants, IT managers and end users of network infrastructure products and solutions.
NCN editor, Mike Crane, commented, ‘The Netcoms Show seminars will provide a great opportunity for visitors to hear from some of the industry’s leading authorities on a wide range of important topics that are relevant to themselves and the wider industry. The sessions will cover 40Gb on UTP or shielded copper, trends in high efficiency data centres, a holistic view of data centre energy matters, the possibilities for energy efficiency in Ethernet based communication systems, the growth of IP solutions, implementing parallel optics networks within a budget, distributed sensor systems using optical fibre and much more.’
For full details of the line-up visit www.netcomsshow.co.uk
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