NetCracker to Share Middle East Success Stories at Management World Dubai.Summary: What: NetCracker NetCracker Technology provides Web-based Operations Support System (OSS) technology services to service providers, cable operators, corporate enterprises, and government agencies. Technology is playing an active role -- both exhibiting and speaking -- at the TM Forum's Management World Middle East 2009 event in Dubai Dubai (dbī`), sheikhdom (1995 pop. 674,101), c.1,500 sq mi (3,890 sq km), part of the federation of seven United Arab Emirates, SE Arabia, on the Persian Gulf. . NetCracker will be on hand to discuss implementations that have enabled the company to help operators in the Middle East and Africa successfully transform their businesses.
NetCracker to Share Middle East Success Stories at Management World Dubai WALTHAM Waltham (wôl`thăm, –thəm), city (1990 pop. 57,878), Middlesex co., E Mass., a suburb of Boston, on the Charles River; settled c.1634, set off from Watertown 1738, inc. as a city 1884. , Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- NetCracker Technology: What: NetCracker Technology is playing an active role -- both exhibiting and speaking -- at the TM Forum's Management World Middle East 2009 event in Dubai. NetCracker will be on hand to discuss implementations that have enabled the company to help operators in the Middle East and Africa successfully transform their businesses. Where: Management World Middle East Conference, JW Marriot Hotel, Dubai When: March 2--5, 2009 Session Details: NetCracker's Vice President of Strategy, Mr. Sanjay Mewada, will participate in a session entitled en·ti·tle
tr.v. en·ti·tled, en·ti·tling, en·ti·tles
1. To give a name or title to.
2. To furnish with a right or claim to something: "Managing Mobile & Content-Based Services" on Wednesday, March 4, 2009 at 1:30 p.m. He will address the opportunities and challenges involved in using wireless broadband High-speed wireless transmission of data. What is "high" speed is always a changing number. Wireless systems are typically slower than land-based, wireline networks. In the past, wireless broadband started at 250 Kbps, whereas land-based broadband was generally considered to start at T1 technologies such as WiMAX, as well as new applications such as mobile TV. For more information about NetCracker's deployments in the Middle East, to arrange an onsite demonstration, or to arrange an interview with Mr. Mewada on March 3 or 4, please contact Juliet Shavit at email@example.com.
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