This Tuesday, March 16, begins the Satellite 2010 show at the Gaylord National Convention Center. Among the companies participating will be C-COM Satellite Systems.
“The verticals we serve – enterprise, military, commercial, broadcast, government, among others – continue to shape the satellite-enabled communications landscape,” say event organizers: “Ever-changing demand, new applications and degrees of profitability will determine future business opportunities.”
As a professional in the global satellite marketplace, “you are tasked with identifying and capitalizing on emerging opportunities of growth and revenue,” they say.
To that end, then, Satellite 2010 will look to the future of satellite-enabled communications and the solutions new technology and new markets will provide.
Conference officials say as an attendee at Satellite 2010, you will be able to “immerse yourself in sessions and drill deep into topics of importance to you with panels, roundtables and user discussions led by thought-leaders, pioneers and innovators in the global satellite marketplace.”
And if all goes as planned, “You’ll walk away with the skills, knowledge and tools needed to propel your organization to new heights.David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David’s articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri