Key Industry Events
– Joanna Styczen Technical Writing Director, iMiller Public Relations, says:
Strategic Partnerships to Increase Awareness of Events Inked with TeleGeography, Informa, The Northeast DAS and Small Cell Association, NANOG and MEF
iMiller Public Relations (iMPR), a leading international marketing and public relations firm serving the telecommunications and technology industries, has signed strategic partnership agreements with leading industry associations to raise awareness of events targeting the global networking, wireless, in-building wireless and Ethernet technologies.
On April 1, 2014, the Northeast DAS and Small Cell Association (NEDAS) is set to host its In-Building Wireless Summit, ‘HetNet’s Race to Connect.’ The event, to be held at the Convene Midtown East, attracts hundreds of providers, suppliers and end-users across the in-building wireless community including real estate professionals, arena and stadium IT specialists, healthcare technology leaders, service providers, carriers, and more. This year’s event is co-located with Informa’s WiFi Small Cells America Summit, which is set to take place April 2-3, 2014 in NYC at Convene West. Registration for the NEDAS In-building Wireless Summit is available here.
TeleGeography is set to bring its WAN Summit to New York on April 29th. The full-day event will feature presentations on cloud, connectivity and network sourcing, and will illustrate best practices and solutions through case study showcases. Global Capacity, the leading network connectivity company, is a key sponsor of the event along with partner companies iMPR, Levine Blaszak Block & Boothby, STC Associates and Telx.
One of the Internet’s leading associations, NANOG, is set to convene in Bellevue, Washington for NANOG 61 where NTT, the event’s host, will gather over 600 of the best and brightest minds operating today’s North American Internet infrastructure. The event offers three days of sessions around an array of topics and welcomes a variety of companies that interface with, manage or host the Internet. Association sponsors include NTT, Verisign, Google, Netflix and Comcast as well as a number of other sponsors for each of its tri-annual events. Call for papers, sponsorship and attendees is currently open. Information can be found at www.nanog.org.
With many other events filling the telecom show schedule, one to plan for in the Fall is MEF’s GEN14, which will take placeNovember 17-20 at the Gaylord National in Washington, D.C. The event is already drawing an impressive list of sponsors and partners including Comcast Business, Cox Communications, CENX, Overture, InfoVista, RAD, Allstream, and many more. Familiar participating analyst firms and organizations including CloudEthernet.org, Frost & Sullivan, IDC, iMPR, Infonetics Research, MKM Partners, OVUM, TeleGeography, Vertical Systems Group, and more.
To learn more about iMiller Public Relations and its industry partnerships throughout the global telecom and information technology sectors, visit www.imillerpr.com.
Registration for any of the events listed above can be found here.