REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 10/10/13 --
ASSIA, Inc., a leading solutions company for broadband service providers, today announced details of its plans to showcase advances in broadband technologies at the Broadband World Forum conference and exhibition in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October 22 - 24. At the conference, ASSIA CEO Dr. John Cioffi will present important new insights in vectoring technology, managing upgrades to vectored VDSL to attain speeds of 100 Mbps over hybrid copper and vectored VDSL networks. ASSIA SVP Global Sales Anthony Hill will discuss how to improve customer experience management with other industry experts. ASSIA also plans to showcase additions to its Expresse Solutions portfolio of products and professional services, at stand C23 in Exhibition Hall 11 of the RAI.
Dr. Cioffi's presentation, "Smart Vectoring: Invest Wisely with DSL Management to 100 Mbps," will take place on October 22 at 12:00 p.m. as part of the Broadband World Forum Day 1 Access Evolution track. During his presentation, Dr. Cioffi will focus on business and technical strategies and tactics for managing network and customer upgrades to vectored VDSL for optimal customer service and return on investment. The presentation is part of a series of thought-leadership initiatives on vectored VDSL, which also includes a white paper, "technology%2fsmartvectoring%2f" rel="nofollow">Smart Vectoring," and a webinar, "Vectored VDSL: Smart Strategies for Delivering 100 Mbps," on October 15.
Anthony Hill's panel, "Improving, Monetising and Managing the Customer Experience," will take place on October 22 at 1:00 p.m. as part of the Broadband World Forum Day 1 Customer Experience track. Hill will present business and technical strategies and tactics for improving customer experience and reducing operational costs with big-data analytics and expert systems for network optimization and contact centers.
Who: Dr. John Cioffi, CEO and Chairman, ASSIA, Inc.
What: Presentation: "Smart Vectoring: Invest Wisely with DSL Management to 100 Mbps"
When: Tuesday, October 22, at 12:00 p.m.
Where: Broadband World Forum Day 1 Access Evolution track