Executives from Level 3 Communications, Limelight Networks, Vidtel, Blue Jeans Network, RCR Wireless, Clear2There, Polycom (News - Alert), SundaySky, AVer Information Inc., Ericsson, Dyn, Elemental Technologies and Brightcove Inc. to discuss latest industry trends October 3-5
NORWALK, Conn. – July 24, 2012 – Video visionaries will lead the discussion as TMC (News - Alert) announced the speaker line-up for Video World Conference & Expo, to be held October 3-5 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas. Video World Conference & Expo will assemble the best and brightest minds in the video and broadband industry to provide a depth-and-breadth educational agenda on all the latest trends in the wide world of video. The show is collocated with ITEXPO, the world’s largest and best-attended communications and technology trade show.
“Video World Conference & Expo is designed to help attendees explore the opportunities for video through two comprehensive tracks: service provider and enterprise,” said Rich Tehrani (News - Alert), TMC CEO.
“We have secured top industry experts to provide attendees with the latest in content delivery platforms, management solutions, implementation strategies and more – everything that’s needed to make next-generation video a reality.”
The unique Video World Conference & Expo has already attracted top industry executives to the event’s speaker roster, including executives from:
- AVer Information Inc.
- Blue Jeans Network
- Brightcove Inc.
- Elemental Technologies
- Level 3 Communications
- Limelight Networks (News - Alert)
- RCR Wireless
Level 3 and Limelight Networks are leading forces in the content delivery network (CDN) industry, both having evolved far beyond video delivery to offer customers the most advanced video viewing options while delivering the highest quality of service. Peter Coppola, vice president of product management for Limelight Networks, will discuss how enterprises can utilize CDN to optimize video delivery, and Michael Fay, senior director of CDN product management for Level 3 Communications, will talk to service providers on best practices for selling CDN services to business users.
In addition to blanketing content delivery, Video World Conference & Expo has also landed upstart Vidtel, AVer Information Inc. and Blue Jeans Network, shining stars in the visual communications segment of the video industry. Stu Aaron, CCO for Blue Jeans Network, Karl Dahlin, VP of Sales & Business Development for AVer Information Inc. and Scott Wharton (News - Alert), CEO of Vidtel, will lead the keynote panel, discussing next-generation video communications and collaboration advancements.
Maintaining successful business models is at the top of all corporate priorities, and the Video World Conference & Expo will devote several sessions to this important and popular topic. Level 3 Communications’ Michael Fay will present an additional session on understanding and identifying OTT opportunities, examining video programming business model options and future opportunities in the video market. Ryan O’Hara, team lead for business development at Dyn, will also talk to this subject in a session that will review how enterprises are using video to lower costs, increase productivity and sales, and strengthen customer relationships.
Best and worst video deployment practices will also be covered at the conference in sessions led by Jason Marchek, managing director at RCR Wireless, and Craig Steen, president and CEO of Clear2There. Both sessions will review current and future trends and how to stay relevant in the market. As an extension of that topic, the Video World Conference & Expo will also feature a session that examines strategies to handling diverse access devices for both wired and wireless users, presented by Edgardo Nazario, vice president of products and general manager at Limelight Networks. Jim Dicso, president and chief revenue officer for SundaySky, will also present on how enterprises can use Streaming 2.0 technologies to expand their brand. Keith Wymbs, VP of marketing for Elemental Technologies, discusses TV Everywhere and Chris Johnston, director of advertising products for Brightcove Inc., reveals ways to create applications to generate new revenue streams.
TMC’s newly launched Video World Insider website will host unique content leading up to the Video World Conference & Expo, and will provide live coverage during and after the show as well. Video World Insider also distributes a free e-mail newsletter, delivering up-to-date video technology news directly to your inbox. To sign up for the Video World e-Newsletter, visit http://www.videoworldinsider.com/eNewsletterSignup.aspx.
To learn more about the Video World Conference & Expo’s speakers, agenda, or to register for the event, visit http://www.videoworldinsider.com/conference/. For media registration, contact Ashley Baster. For exhibitor or sponsorship opportunities, contact Kevin Lake at email@example.com or 203.852.6800 ext 127.
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