IPTV World Forum Asia 2007 Raises the Bar for IP-Based Multimedia
The continuing IPTV evolution in Asia – subscriber figures are up by 50% in the last year alone to over two million – is helping to attract record levels of interest for this years' IPTV World Forum Asia.
Now in its third year, Asia's leading IPTV event is set to be the most successful, with an expected attendance of over 4,000 visitors and 150 exhibitors.
The event is being held at the Suntec International Convention and Exhibition Centre in Singapore from the 5th to 7th December 2007 and will run parallel with The Connected Home Asia, and TV Over Net Asia conferences. The show will explore the major issues of 2007, particularly the transformation and evolution of IP services, the entry into a new phase in IPTV development and setting the media and communications agenda for the future.
Exhibitors will include Cisco, Microsoft Mediaroom; Harris and TANDBERG television, with key note speakers from some of the leading figures within the telecommunications industry including Stephen Kim, Senior Managing Director of Hanaromedia; Low Ka Hoe, Director of mio TV & Content for Singtel; Paul Berriman, CTO for PCCW; and Italo Milanese, Senior Project Leader for Telecom Italia.
An early booking discount is still available until the 31st of October and free exhibition passes are available by registering online.
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