Realities of WiMAX to be Revealed at ISPCON Fall 2004.
The number of ISPs and WISPs providing unlicensed wireless Internet services with a varying combination of 802.11 and proprietary RF equipment has grown dramatically in recent years. WiMAX(TM), which is a broadband wireless MAN standard based on IEEE 802.16 and ETSI HiperMAN, is widely viewed as "the great wireless hope" for outdoor wireless services. The volume of news coverage, newsgroup discussion and exposure generated by the promise and potential impact of WiMAX is growing daily. The conference will thoroughly cover WiMAX in order to clarify the realities for the ISPs and WISPs in attendance. Attendees will find an abundance of opportunities to learn about, discuss and debate realities of the standard and its impact on their businesses.
Kicking off the event on November 3, 2004, will be a keynote entitled "WiMAX? Why NOT?" by Nigel Ballard, Director of Wireless at Matrix Networks. Ballard draws on over 14 years of experience in the wireless arena, from consulting through to designing and implementing wireless solutions, including early WiMAX equipment. His speech will discuss the impact this new standard will have, what it means to traditional carriers, customers, ISPs and WISPs.
Later that day, a session including Elizabeth Creekmore of CTI, Chuck Eapan of Trango Broadband Wireless and Charles Wu from CWLab will present a wake up call to attendees titled "WiMAX - Why Wait? The Operator's Dilemma in a Pre-WiMAX World."
On November 4, 2004, Analyst and Editor Steve Stroh, of Focus on Broadband Wireless Internet Access, will moderate a panel titled "WiMAX Roadmaps, Realities and Rumors." The session provides members of the WiMAX vendor community with an opportunity to discuss realities of the standard, product roadmaps and field test results with ISP and WISPs attending the conference. Panelists include: Jeff Orr, Manager, Marketing and Business Development, Proxim Corp.; Kevin Suitor, VP Business Development, Redline Communications, Inc.; Alan Menezes, VP Marketing, Aperto Networks; and Juan Santiago, Dir. Strategy and Business Dev., Motorola's Canopy Wireless Broadband Group.
Shortly after the "Roadmaps" panel, Charles Wu, Operating Manager of CWLab, will lead an open forum exchange session titled: "Maxed out on WiMAX." Members of the ISP, WISP, consulting and vendor community in attendance will gather for the open meeting to share their vision, experiences and opinions of what's to come for the standard and the wireless operators who are considering their next steps in light of current realities.
WiMAX won't be the only wireless topic covered during the six-track, three-day conference. Conferees are also provided with an intensive workshop program on Friday presented by Jack Unger, wireless veteran and President of Ask-Wi.com, in addition to many other educational sessions. Subjects such as Mesh Networks, Equipment Selection, Business Plans, WISP Finance, Best Practices and Technologies, among other topics, are scheduled to complete the agenda.
Details of the entire ISPCON Fall 2004 conference program, faculty, exhibits and registration packages may be found at http://www.ispcon.com. Interested members of the press may visit http://www.ispcon.com/Fall2004/attend-press.asp regarding coverage of the event and credentials. An expansive exhibit hall consisting of the "who's who" in wired and wireless technologies and solutions will be on hand for attendees to see what's next and buy what's best. The complete listing of exhibitors may be found at http://www.ispcon.com/fall2004/attend-exhibithall.asp. A few spaces remain for those interested in exhibiting at the show. Interested parties may visit http://www.ispcon.com/fall2004/exhibit-why.asp for details, or contact Nancy Moss at 408-850-9551.
ISPCON (www.ispcon.com) is co-produced by The Golden Group and Jupitermedia Corp. (Nasdaq:JUPM). Media sponsors for the event include ISP-Planet.com (www.isp-planet.com) The List: ISP (www.thelist.com), ISP-Lists (www.isp-lists.com) and internet.com (www.internet.com). ISPCON Press Registration (www.ispcon.com/fall2004/attend-press.asp) Members of the press and industry bloggers are invited to attend the entire conference including the keynotes and plenaries. For registration, visit: http://www.ispcon.com.
About The Golden Group
Founded in 2002, The Golden Group (www.thegoldengroup.net) is a trade conference and event management business with headquarters in Golden, Colorado and offices in northern California. The business was built on the notion that conferences should be profound and intuitive gatherings for market communities to exchange ideas, build relationships and gain knowledge with a significant return on investment. ISPCON, the definitive event for wired and wireless ISPs, is a cornerstone event driven by these highly regarded qualities that has served the ever-evolving global ISP community for over a decade. The company recently launched INBOX -- The Email Event (www.inboxevent.com), which is scheduled to take place November 17-19 in Atlanta, Ga.
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Jupitermedia Corporation (Nasdaq:JUPM) (www.jupitermedia.com), headquartered in Darien, CT, is a leading global provider of original information, images, research and events for information technology, business and creative professionals. JupiterWeb, the online division of Jupitermedia, operates four distinct online networks: internet.com and EarthWeb.com for IT and business professionals; DevX.com for developers; and ClickZ.com for interactive marketers. JupiterWeb properties include more than 150 Web sites and over 150 e-mail newsletters that are viewed by approximately 20 million users and generate approximately 300 million page views monthly. Jupitermedia also includes: JupiterImages, one of the leading images companies in the world with over 3.5 million images online serving creative professionals with products like Comstock Images, Thinkstock Images, Photos.com and Clipart.com; JupiterResearch, a leading international research advisory organization specializing in business and technology market research in 18 business areas and 14 vertical markets; and JupiterEvents, which produces offline conferences and trade shows focused on IT and business-specific topics, including Search Engine Strategies and Wi-Fi Planet.
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