TelcoTV 2012 a Resounding Success
Increase in Operator Attendance and Name Change to TelcoVision Wins Raves and Signals New Era For Expanding Expo and Conference
Oct 30, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TelcoVision (formerly TelcoTV), the industry's largest conference and expo focused on Tier 2 to Tier 4 broadband network service providers, today announced that its 2012 event was an outstanding success with over 20,000 square feet of sold exhibit space housing 105 companies.
The number of non-exhibitors in attendance jumped by almost 20% in 2012 and more than 40% of those in attendance at this year's event, which took place last week at the Last Vegas Hotel in Nevada, described themselves as service providers or operators. The comprehensive conference lineup also featured 20 speakers from the service provider/operator community sharing their insights and actionable strategies for generating revenue in the face of growing competition and decreased government support.
"To say we are pleased with the success of this year's conference and expo would be an understatement," said Carol Wilson, Program Chairwoman, TelcoVision. "Once again, this year's event was the place to be for Tier 2, 3 and 4 operators who are exploring new revenue opportunities by incorporating new applications, monetizing OTT video, uncovering leading-edge video technologies and playing a significant role in the future of broadband in the U.S."
Next year, TelcoVision will address and expand on new business service opportunities, new markets, economic development of rural networks, network transformation trends and back office transformation. As well, TelcoVision 2013 will continue hosting the prestigious TelcoVision Awards program, which recognize a broader range of industry innovations. TelcoVision 2013 will take place October 23-25, 2013 at the Las Vegas Hotel, Nevada. For more information, see www.telcovisiononline.com.
TelcoVision, formerly TelcoTV, is the industry's largest conference and expo focused on broadband network service providers. Hosted by UBM TechWeb in partnership with NTCA (National Telecommunications Cooperative Association) and Light Reading (part of the Light Reading Communications Network), this annual event provides rural broadband network service providers across the U.S. with fast, actionable strategies to enhance the monetization of their investments in the face of increasing competition and decreasing government support. For over a decade TelcoVision is the forum for network operators and builders, equipment vendors and content providers to connect with their peers and share best practices. The event is hosted and led by the industry's recognized experts delivering the latest critical business, technology and regulatory insights, along with opportunities to grow business and partnerships.
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The National Telecommunications Cooperative Association is the premier association representing more than 570 locally owned and controlled telecommunications cooperatives and commercial companies throughout rural and small-town America. NTCA provides its members with legislative, regulatory, and industry representation; meetings; publications and educational programs; and an array of employee benefit programs. Visit http://www.ntca.org for more information.
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