Originally posted on Data Center POST
We’re experiencing an increasingly interconnected world which is fostered through collaboration and telecommunications experts working together to keep pace with rapid digital demands. Conferences and tradeshows play a key role in facilitating meaningful exchanges that lead to business deals and pipeline building for the companies that keep us all connected. The 2022 INCOMPAS Show is a great example of bringing thought leaders together to make the magic happen!
The 2022 INCOMPAS Show is taking place in Denver, Colorado from October 24 -26, 2022 and will give attendees the opportunity to connect with vendors from every segment, industry experts and peers. If you’re interested in attending this event, there is still time to register.
At this year’s event, several technology-focused interactive roundtables will take place, offering the opportunity to learn about topics such as: fueling greater demand for broadband; challenges and opportunities with middle-mile, regional and long-haul networks; and rethinking current data center architecture. The 2022 INCOMPAS Show media partner, iMiller Public Relations (iMPR), will have several clients participating in these Tech Track panels, including iMPR CEO, Ilissa Miller.
One of the first roundtable sessions, titled, “Driving Broadband Demand: The Apps and Services Redefining Network Capacity,” will take place on Monday, October 24 at 2:00 pm. This session will address how applications are continuing to drive exponential increase in internet demand, how edge computing impacts demand and how to tackle and remove traditional bottlenecks in Tier 1 data centers. Joining the panel will be Michael C. Morey, President & CEO of Bluebird Network, alongside Ben Edmond, CEO & Founder, Connectbase and George Woodward, President & CEO, Trilogy
Day two of the event will feature a roundtable titled, “Optimizing ROI on New Funding: Challenges and Opportunities for Middle Mile and Regional Carriers,” which will take place on Tuesday, October 25 at 2:00 pm. This session will focus on how to get the maximum return on your network builds. Discussion will center around how to scale and leverage funding into new markets, as well as the challenges and opportunities for middle mile and regional carriers. Kurt Van Wagenen, President and CEO of FirstLight Fiber, will join the panel alongside Francisco Maella, CEO, Dobson Fiber and Jim Morozzi, President and CEO, DQE Communications.
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