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  • 2-Day Conference April 19-20, 2006 Pre-Conference Workshop Day April 18, 2006 Marriott Del Mar San Diego, CA The Future of Broadcast Technology Are you ready to capitalize on IPTV? • Identify the potential of IPTV for your corporation • Hear best practices from successful IPTV deployments • Learn how to develop a content strategy for IPTV services • Discover the best way to market IPTV to your customers • Understand the economic benefits and challenges related to IPTV Featuring best practice case studies and engaging presentations from these leading organizations: BELL CANADA CONSOLIDATED COMMUNICATIONS THE DIFFUSION GROUP ADVANCED MEDIA SIEMENS COM MOTOROLA STRATEGIES LLC COAXSYS ACCORD MEDIA GROUP LLC VERIMATRIX TELEPHONY TVN ENTERTAINMENT CORPORATION CC COMMUNICATIONS COMPORIUM COMMUNICATIONS TUT SYSTEMS INC. ENTONE TECHNOLOGIES HARMONIC INC. ALCATEL Presented By: telecomof IQPC a division Media Partners: www.iqpc.com/telecomIQ 1-800-882-8684
  • April 18-20, 2006 San Diego, CA Dear Executive: Statistics: Television as we know it is about to dramatically change. Traditional television is facing serious competition! IPTV is the next generation of broadcast technology A report from Infonetics says IPTV is set to and is expected to grow to 59 million subscribers worldwide by 2009 according skyrocket to 53.7 million subscribers, $44B in to a report done by Infonetics Research. Not to mention that worldwide IPTV service revenue by 2009 service revenue will skyrocket to over $44 billion in 2009 (Infonetics Research). In 2004, service providers worldwide spent Is your company expecting big payoffs from the IPTV revolution or are you lost in $304 million on IPTV-related services all the hype and confused as to what all this means for your organization? infrastructure, growing to almost $4.5 billion in 2009 Join us in San Diego as we discuss the effect of IPTV on your organization as well as real-world best practices from those who have implemented IPTV at: The number of IPTV subscribers worldwide will grow to 53.7 million in 2009 IPTV and Beyond The Future of Broadcast Technology The number of IPTV subscribers in North April 18 - 20, 2006 • Marriott Del Mar • San Diego, CA America will increase 12,985% between 2004 and 2009 By attending this conference you will hear key strategies and insights into: • Implementing IPTV According to IP Television Magazine - In the 1st • The economic benefits of delivering IPTV over RF in FTTP networks quarter 2005 there were: 2.1 million IPTV users • How to differentiate IPTV from standard TV to your customers worldwide, 150 million broadband users • Significant platform and technology trends affecting IPTV carriers worldwide, more than 240 carriers providing going forward IPTV services, an more than 25 manufacturers • Why content protection is so important and how it can protect revenue for producing IP set top boxes the service provider • Utilizing network IP set tops for maximum content viewing flexibility You will leave this conference equipped with valuable lessons and best practices WHO WILL ATTEND: • Content Aggregators that you can immediately apply to a successful IPTV deployment, as your peers • Cable Companies share their real-life lessons on this very exciting topic. • Cable Operators • CLECs • Content Owners Don’t let this unique opportunity pass you by... Mark your calendar for • Content Providers April 18-20, 2006. Call 1-800-882-8684 to reserve your seat today. • COOs • CTOs I look forward to meeting you in San Diego! • Equipment Vendors • Industry Press and Analysts • ILECs Warmest regards, • IOCs • ISPs save! • Legal and Regulatory Bodies PS: Register early and • • Multimedia Platform Manufacturer Programmers tails. page 7 for de • Satellite Companies Amy Thistle See • • Satellite Providers Set-top Box Manufacturers Conference Director • Solutions Providers IQPC • Telecommunications Companies • Venture Capitalists 2 IPTV and Beyond: The Future of Broadcast Technology • April 18 – 20, 2006 • San Diego
  • Pre-Conference Workshops Tuesday, April 18, 2006 8:00 – 11:00am 7:30am Workshop Registration – Coffee/Tea Workshop Overcoming the Challenges of an IPTV – Triple Play A Project and Avoiding Typical Pitfalls Offering IPTV services is not something that just happens over night. A lot • Developing an implementation strategy for your IPTV roll out goes into planning the implementation and ultimately rolling out IPTV and • Identifying strategies for marketing IPTV to the consumer triple play services. Attend this workshop and learn from others who have • Gaining consumer buy in for IPTV services been there before you. Understand challenges that will be encountered in • Purchasing content for your IPTV service an IPTV project and more importantly how to overcome them. • Licensing concerns or issues Specific topics of discussion include: • A look into the future of the IPTV market • Making the decision to implement IPTV and move towards triple Your Workshop Leader: play services Steven C Hawley • An overview of the IPTV market Principal & Consulting Analyst • Scoping out the competitive environment ADVANCED MEDIA STRATEGIES LLC • Devising a project plan for IPTV roll out 11:15am – 2:15pm 11:00am Registration for Workshop B – Lunch will be served Workshop B Strategic Deployment and Rollout Strategies for IPTV Are you exploring new ways to earn revenue and are you considering new Topics of discussion include: services to get there? IP may be the key to success as it is used more and • Deployment of IPTV services and who to address more to deliver not only voice and data but video as well. Nevertheless • Learn why content is king there are many challenges to be faced. In this workshop you interactively • How to integrate IPTV with VoD, PVR’s and HDTV learn and develop how to strategically deploy and roll out the best IPTV • Evaluate successful rollout plans for an attractive content portfolio content for your customers. 2:30 – 5:30pm 2:15pm Registration for Workshop C Workshop C Technology Report: Infrastructure IPTV This workshop will be focused around the technology side of IPTV. It will Topics of discussion include: focus on the graphical and technical requirements which have to be • IPTV status quo considered in the development of IPTV applications. Learn how to adapt • Conceptual and graphical requirements for the development of TV applications your IPTV application into an existing system and get an understanding of • Technical requirements for IPTV in controlled operation costs and calculations. • Integration of IPTV channels into existing systems • Costs and revenue 5:45 – 8:45pm 5:30pm – Registration for Workshop D – Dinner will be served Workshop Licensing Agreements, Digital Rights Management and D New Technologies: How Copyrights for IPTV Work Attend this workshop and get an overall view on the latest legal issues Topics of discussion include: concerning copyrights, digital rights management and licensing agreements • How to manager your digital rights related to IPTV. Understand what needs to be considered by the operators • Licensing agreements for IPTV while preparing to offer the new IPTV service. Join this workshop and • Copyright laws involving IPTV understand how to mange your digital rights. • Film licensing agreements To Register, Call 1-800-882-8684 or visit www.iqpc.com/telecomIQ 3
  • Conference Day One Wednesday, April 19, 2006 7:30 Registration • Learn about the specific considerations necessary for deploying on a dual fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) and copper ADSL 2+ networks 8:15 Chairperson’s Welcome and Opening Remarks Steve Oetegenn David Tilley EVP, Global Sales and Marketing Broadband Supervisor 8:30 Making the Business Case for IPTV Pay Off in a VERIMATRIX CC COMMUNICATIONS Rapidly Changing TV Environment Whether you are just finishing off your first IPTV business case or firing up 11:30 Implementing an Effective Marketing Plan for to deploy, what are the true business drivers that make IPTV a must do your IPTV Services investment for any operator? By attending this session you will learn A significant challenge in providing IPTV service is how to educate your valuable business insight into the critical drivers for an IPTV investment from customer base about your new TV service, motivate your prospective a Telco that has been in the TV business since 1997 with over 1.6 million customers, and retain customers after they have been acquired. Gain customers running on multiple platforms including Wireline video. insight into key considerations as you address these marketing issues. Understanding the customer, your market and the value beyond TV revenue Learn first hand what it takes to devise a successful marketing plan for is critical to any successful IPTV roll out. your IPTV services. Understand the pitfalls and recognize the Attendees will learn how to: opportunities of your IPTV marketing plan and learn step-by-step how to • Determine what really drives the positive economics of IPTV create and implement a marketing plan that will pull your customers • Unlock other emerging business models beyond traditional TV revenue towards IPTV. • Identify your customers Topics of discussion include: • Make the market for IPTV bigger than you think • How important is educating the marketplace about IPTV? • Identifying how to differentiate IPTV from standard TV to your customers Shawn Omstead • Selecting the right communication methods for marketing your General Manager IPTV Services Development BELL CANADA IPTV service • Encouraging positive word of mouth advertising 9:20 Choosing the Right Vendor for your Doug Abolt IPTV Investment Director – Product Marketing To answer competitive threats and participate in new revenue CONSOLIDATED COMMUNICATIONS opportunities, Telcos and other broadband service providers are introducing interactive television, video-on-demand and related content-based services. 12:20 Lunch for Speakers and Delegates Delivering these services entails a complex end-to-end integration of less- than-familiar new platforms with existing networks and legacy platforms, 1:50 Content Strategies from IPTV Pioneers including middleware, headends, content protection and customer premises in Europe equipment (not to mention content!); while keeping an eye to the future. Many European telecoms have had IPTV deployed for more than 5 years; What’s more, it’s difficult for carriers to see beyond the marketing claims of attendees of this session will be given a high level overview of two of the competing vendors. This session focuses on the development of business, most successful implementations. What can we learn from their approach functional, technical and support requirements that can help the service to content strategy and acquisition of on demand content that directly provider level the supplier playing field and help to acquire the best applies to the U.S. environment? What are the major hurdles to closing infrastructure solutions for your individual needs. content deals? Participants will: This session will explore: • Review the end-to-end systems value-chain, and current technologies • Strategic assessment required to determine an IPTV content offer • Introduce product management methodologies useful in the context of • Implementing content strategy: content acquisition • Current deployments and market reaction - What can we learn an IPTV deployment • Learn tips on how to avoid some of the vendor selection pitfalls from Europe? • Major issues or impediments to licensing content for an on experienced by early adopter IPTV carriers • Understand the significant platform and technology trends affecting IPTV demand environment • Future market developments affecting timing of content acquisition carriers going forward Steven C Hawley Mark W. Cutten Principal & Consulting Analyst Principal ADVANCED MEDIA STRATEGIES LLC ACCORD MEDIA GROUP LLC 10:10 Morning Networking and Refreshment Break 2:40 Creating the Future of Television: Innovating Business Models in IPTV 10:40 Lessons Learned from a Successful What will Television look like in a few years? What are the recent IPTV Deployment innovations in IPTV and how are they going to change business models? Because CC Communications is one of the early providers of IPTV and How are Telecom, Internet, media and Entertainment industries converging triple-play services, the company has experienced the market mature since in the era of IPTV? Attend this session and have all of your questions 2002 – from a technology, content and consumer behavior point of view. answered about the future of IPTV and what impact it will have on Hear how CC Communications navigated its early IPTV days, as well as the your business. critical role of content protection to gain access to the content the Topics of discussion will include: • TIME: A convergence of industries consumer’s demand. • Innovations in IPTV Participants will: • Understand the best practices needed to ensure a successful deployment • User research - How users are changing their behavior patterns • Learn the issues/challenges surrounding technology integration and how • The willingness to pay for innovations to best overcome them Stefan Jenzowsky • Discover why content protection is so important and how it can protect Head of Business Innovation revenue for the service provider – not just the content provider SIEMENS COM • Know how to manage a deployment and keep it on track with a small R&D staff and budget 3:30 Afternoon Networking and Refreshment Break 4 IPTV and Beyond: The Future of Broadcast Technology • April 18 – 20, 2006 • San Diego
  • 4:00 Utilizing Coax Cable for In-Home IPTV • Identifying and exploiting consumer negatives regarding their current pay Distribution: Today’s Proven Networking TV service providers Alternatives and Tomorrow’s Standards • Assessing price sensitivity to "TelcoTV" services and identify the optimal Corporation’s en-masse have turned to deploying IPTV over coax. As a pricing threshold at which consumers are most likely to switch providers • Determining the extent to which specific value-added services and shielded cable with a large pipe and preinstalled jacks near a home’s TV centers, the question is not whether coax is a winning IPTV networking, but bundles improve the chances that consumers will switch to a new rather, which coax-based networking solution will solve operators’ long- "TelcoTV" service term deployment needs. Whether integrated into the set-top box or the Michael Greeson television set, Telcos require a $5 per-connection price, and this integration President and CEO target requires consideration. Though achievable, networking providers THE DIFFUSION GROUP must identify what coax-based networking can and cannot provide in order to solve operators’ service dilemma. 10:10 Networking and Refreshment Break Topics of discussion include: • The benefits of using coax in your IPTV deployment 10:40 Making it all Play Together: IP Set Tops and • A Glimpse into the future of network standards Home Networking • A description of how coax cables are deployed for home networking IP set tops offer many advanced features, but taking advantage of the • Identifying how to determine which coax-based networking solution will benefits unleashed by having multiple set tops communicate can be a solve operators’ long-term deployment needs home networking challenge. Attendees will learn how advances in IP set Gary Hoffman top designs and new home networking technologies will interoperate to Vice President of Business Development provide consumers with the ultimate in content viewing convenience COAXSYS, INC. and flexibility. Topics of discussion include: 4:50 Panel Discussion: The IPTV Standards Debate: • Networking IP set tops for maximum content viewing flexibility Ensuring Multi-Vendor Competition • Selecting a home networking architecture that works for you • Learning the differences between current and future home Numerous committees are developing standards that will allow multi- vendor interoperability in the IPTV world. But are they really needed? And network technologies • Choosing between one set top per TV or one media center serving how much interoperability should carriers expect at this point in IPTV's development? Join this lively panel discussion to hear arguments from both several TVs sides of the issue. Manuel Trujillo Moderator: Senior Product Manager Vince Vittore MOTOROLA Executive Editor TELEPHONY 11:30 Lessons Learned from Real-Life IPTV Deployments and a Look into the Future of TV 5:40 Close of Conference Day One This session will highlight case studies of real-life IPTV deployments, including the world’s largest IPTV deployment at PCCW in Hong Kong. Discuss different business models, technical and commercial lessons learned, and other success factors behind some of the world’s leading deployments. Peek into the future of television where VOD meets the networked home with personal TV. Conference Day Two Topics of discussion will include: • Identifying the qualities behind a successful IPTV deployment • Understand various business models and opportunities behind IPTV Thursday, April 20, 2006 • A look into the future of personal TV Steve McKay CEO ENTONE TECHNOLOGIES 7:45 Registration 8:15 Chairperson’s Recap of Day One 12:20 Lunch for Speakers and Delegates 8:30 A Discussion from the Trenches – A Look at 1:50 Digital Content and Rights Management in an One Operators Battle Between IPTV vs. RF On-Demanding World If IPTV operators are to gain rights to premium, file-based content and Learn how and why an existing cable operator selected an IPTV deployment exhibit that content in a timely and competitive window, its disposition over its embedded RF video network in new developments. Gain an must be controlled, protected, and audited from source to sink. understanding of the benefits and short comings of the IPTV network, Maintaining that control, precluding unauthorized interception, and doing especially as it relates to IPTV competitors – cable and satellite. so without raising barriers to legitimate use and enjoyment of that Topics of discussion will include: • Economic benefits of delivering IPTV over RF in FTTP networks content by subscribers is the challenge faced in today’s on-demand and • Network differences and inherent benefits for IPTV over RF networks ever-more-digital world of entertainment media. This session will explore • Service challenges – meeting 100% of the customer needs in an the state of the DRM art and its effectiveness at gaining, protecting, and keeping content rights. IPTV environment Topics of discussion will include: Mike Deller • The content owners’ (studios) expectations vis-a-vis rights management Engineering Manager – Broadband Facilities • The technology available to meet those expectations: yesterday, today, COMPORIUM COMMUNICATIONS and tomorrow • What the competition (CATV, Satellite) is doing 9:20 Differentiating IPTV Offerings in a Mature • Is an aggregator the answer to content rights and management, or Video Market should you go it alone? While the technical challenges of rolling out IPTV services are proving to be Dom Stasi more complex than many believed, this pales in comparison to the Chief Technology Officer marketing challenges that will soon face IPTV providers. In most cases, IPTV TVN ENTERTAINMENT CORPORATION providers will be the third or fourth such pay TV service available in their markets, an environment in which differentiation will be both difficult and expensive. Identify how to best position IPTV services to achieve strategic 2:40 A Telco’s Business Case for IPTV - Realizing differentiation without simply lowering costs. Maximum Value From Your IPTV Deployment For a Telco looking to launch IPTV services, the strategic importance of Topics of discussion will include: • Understanding consumer perception of "TelcoTV" – their interests, their adding entertainment services to a suite of offerings is well understood. But, you also need to maximize the financial returns on your investment concerns, and their willingness to jump ship from traditional cable and and speed your time to profitability. Through several real-life case studies, satellite TV providers To Register, Call 1-800-882-8684 or visit www.iqpc.com/telecomIQ 5
  • this session will help future IPTV operators identify specific opportunities to 4:50 Personalizing IPTV Services to Satisfy increase revenues and reduce overall costs during IPTV deployment. Customers and Gain Market Share Topics covered include: Intense competition between cable, satellite and telco video service providers • Investigating several deployment models being used by successful IPTV necessitates the delivery of advanced features and discriminating functionality providers today in order to win the customer. This presentation highlights the unique and • Ensuring maximum subscriber volumes and increasing revenue personalized services operators can provide to consumers with an addressable per subscriber IP-based network. As the first to deliver mainstream video to the home over • Minimizing overall cost of ownership in your IPTV deployment IP, DSL-based video service providers can take a leadership position by Craig Bender offering advanced program guides, for example. The electronic program Vice President, Corporate Development guide (EPG) that we have learned to enjoy with digital satellite broadcast has TUT SYSTEMS INC. now evolved into a personalized electronic guide (PEG) that shows only the information for the channels selected by the subscriber. In addition, instead of 3:30 Afternoon Networking and Refreshment Break simply text-based guide information, TV-over-DSL operators can offer picture- in-picture mosaics of the personalized guides. Meanwhile, cable operators are 4:00 Working the IPTV Regulatory Landscape exploring switched digital broadcast, which is TV over IP in the cable This presentation will describe the varying regulatory issues that will or environment. Satellite operators have a greater challenge, and will probably could impact the IPTV deployment of service providers. It will address the look to hybrid satellite and terrestrial solutions to bring this personalization. licensing issues associated with an IPTV roll out, regulatory classification, Topics of discussion will include: and access to content. Topics of discussion include: • Personalized services operators can offer via an IP-based network • Whether IPTV is subject to cable television franchise laws • The latest developments in program guides and multi-channel viewing • How current legislative initiatives would regulate IPTV • How telco, cable and satellite providers are deploying IPTV solutions • What are the rules concerning access to content David Price • What legacy cable rules may be problematic for IPTV Vice President, Business Development Paul Kenefick HARMONIC INC. Senior Counsel, Regulatory Affairs ALCATEL 5:40 Closing Remarks from the Chair and Close of Conference About Our Media Partners: FierceIPTV is the television over IP industry's weekly monitor--a free weekly email service that keeps you on top of the latest developments in the IPTV industry. Keep up on the ongoing developments in the IPTV discussion: ADSL vs. VDSL2, the importance of the quadruple play over the triple play and if and when cable MSOs will make the jump to an all IP format. Readers rely on the news digest and expert commentary that FierceIPTV's time-saving email briefing delivers each week. Join our network of IPTV industry insiders and subscribe today. Providing an informed view of the future of television, including advanced, enhanced, interactive, broadband, mobile, video-on- demand and personal television services, informitv offers the latest industry news with authoritative analysis, opinion and comment, backed by independent research and consultancy services. The informitv online newsletter provides news and views about interactive television and related services. It has become a regular read for many of the leading figures in the field of interactive television, as well as a trusted primary source for journalists and analysts. informitv.com. IP Media Monitor is the definitive publication that provides insight, analysis and news on emerging IP-based services and applications. From voice-over-IP to IPTV to online gaming, IP Media Monitor delivers information to help cable, phone, wireless, content and technology companies navigate the new world of IP-based voice, video and audio services. Take a look and sign up for free access at www.ipmediamonitor.com. IPTV Industry is the leading online trade publication dedicated to the internet television B2B marketplace. Providing news, white papers, development resources and online buyer's guide for the IPTV Industry. With a worldwide readership of manufacturers, content providers, distributors, resellers and integrators, IPTV Industry is the number one online source for industry sales leads, branding and promotion of IPTV products and services. www.iptv-industry.com. IP Television Magazine identifies and explains the technologies and applications that allow television services to be provided through Internet Protocol (IP) data networks. Readers learn about the types of systems and available options that are necessary to implement IPTV along with new features and applications and the business opportunities that are available in the IPTV industry. We are technology based and reach audiences globally and cross-industry. Please visit our sites: www.IPTVMagazine, www.IPTVDictionary.com, and www.IPTVArticles.com. The SIP Center is a public resource for the commercial development of SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). Serving both the SIP developer community as well as the wider industry since July of 2000, The SIP Center offers technical and market resources as well as a 24 x 7 public SIP proxy for testing SIP implementations. There are free SIP User Agent downloads, a comprehensive products and services directory, the latest SIP news and special interest articles, tutorials, whitepapers, developers tools and resources and much more. Visit The SIP Center for information on all things SIP www.sipcenter.com. TVover.net is a leading site that aggregates news and information about IPTV and Internet TV, and related topics. In addition we provide a directory of web sites offering video or Internet TV, forums for discussion (IPTV Forums), and an informational site (IPTV Information). Wireless World Forum (W2F) is a business development and knowledge share network for senior decision makers in the telecommunications, media and technology sectors. The forum has over 5000 members representing 2700 companies in 98 countries. Telephony is the leading publication for all communications service providers: new and incumbent, wireline and wireless. Our award-winning editors deliver insightful and timely coverage of the news, technologies and business strategies that are shaping the telecom industry. Telephony delivers additional analysis in our 8 e-newsletters and offers rich, exclusive content on www.telephonyonline.com. Telephony also publishes numerous supplements exclusively for service providers, including THE INDEPENDENT for insight into the world of independent carriers and WIRELESS REVIEW for perspective in the wireless landscape. 6 IPTV and Beyond: The Future of Broadcast Technology • April 18 – 20, 2006 • San Diego
  • April 18-20, 2006 San Diego, CA Venue Info: SPONSORSHIP and San Diego Marriott Del Mar EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES WHY SPONSOR OR EXHIBIT AT IPTV AND BEYOND? Sponsorships and Exhibits at IPTV and Beyond are excellent opportunities for your company to showcase its products and services to a highly targeted, senior-level audience focused on IPTV. IQPC and its IPTV and Beyond conference helps companies achieve sales, marketing and branding objectives by setting aside a limited number of event sponsorships and exhibit 11966 El Camino Real, San Diego, CA 92130 places - all of which are custom-tailored to help Phone: 1-858-523-1700 • Fax: 1-858-523-1355 your company create a platform that will maximize its exposure at the event and reach Web: http://marriott.com/sandm key decision makers. Pricing WHAT TYPE OF EXPOSURE CAN MY COMPANY HAVE AT IPTV AND BEYOND? PACKAGES EARLY BIRD 1 EARLY BIRD 2 STANDARD IQPC prides itself on creating sponsorship and Register & Pay by Register & Pay by Register & Pay exhibit opportunities that fit your company's February 24, 2006 March 10, 2006 after March 10, 2006 specific sales, marketing and branding needs. In order to maximize your organization's exposure at Platinum Package save $700 save $600 save $200 IPTV and Beyond, we will work with you to create Conference plus 4 $3,595 $3,695 $4,095 a custom tailored package for your company that Workshops will have the greatest impact on your target Gold Package save $600 save $500 save $100 audience. Conference plus 3 $3,146 $3,246 $3,646 Workshops Below you'll find just a few of the most popular sponsorship packages – all of which include a Silver Package save $500 save $400 specific number of delegate passes, exhibition Conference plus 2 $2,697 $2,797 $3,197 booth and a direct marketing campaign Workshops specifically targeting your clients and prospects. Bronze Package save $400 save $300 Conference plus 1 $2,248 $2,348 $2,648 Title Sponsor CD Roms Workshop Co-Sponsor Workshop Sponsorship Registration Sponsor Wireless Network Conference save $300 save $200 Luncheon Sponsor Welcome Packs $1,799 $1,899 $2,099 Cocktail Reception(s) Collateral Package Individual Workshops $549 $549 $549 Refreshment Break(s) Internet Café (Each) Register Online, by Phone Fax or Mail EXHIBITION BOOTHS Web: www.iqpc.com/telecomIQ Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of Exhibit booth location is based on two factors - the registration and includes lunches, refreshments, and type of sponsorship package your organization Phone: 1-800-882-8684 or 973-256-0211 detailed conference materials. Your registration will not chooses and the date of sponsorship/exhibit Fax: 973-256-0205 24 Hours A Day be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. registration. Reserve your space today to ensure you Mail: International Quality & Productivity Center For payment, cancellation, postponement and substitution get the booth location of your choice. 555 Route 1 South, Iselin, NJ 08830 policies please visit www.iqpc.com/cancellation. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IQPC Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6% sales tax. restriction, please contact Customer Service at MORE INFORMATION 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. To learn more about these and other marketing Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: opportunities please call Shannon Forrester at JPMorgan Chase ©2006 IQPC. All Rights Reserved. The format, Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 design, content and arrangement of this brochure 212-885-2719 or via email at ABA/Routing #: 021000021 constitute a trademark of IQPC. Unauthorized sponsorship@iqpc.com. Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham and the event number: 2391.01 Act and common law principles. To Register, Call 1-800-882-8684 or visit www.iqpc.com/telecomIQ 7
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