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About SUPERCOMMWhat is SUPERCOMM?
SUPERCOMM is the world of broadband technology and so much more.
It represents a new industry, a new economy and a new world of communications, showcasing the business and technology solutions that enable the advanced broadband services and applications your customers demand.
It’s where traditional service providers and newcomers meet.
It’s established networks talking with new technologies.
It's the one event where the broadband world, in wireless and wireline, copper and fiber, triple play and quad play, IPTV and VOIP, 3G/4G, IMS, social networking and storage and security come together.
It’s where buyers and sellers converge, stories are swapped, prices are negotiated, deals are made.
It’s a breeding ground for success.
The worlds of healthcare, education, entertainment, personal security and the environment are cohesively woven together through their communications structure, showcasing their network, edge, device and mobility success.
SUPERCOMM2009: bringing you the buyers and sellers of advanced communications in the broadband economy.
June 8 – 11, 2009, McCormick Place, Chicago.
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What do you see as the top challenges for our industry?
“The key to our customers’ survival, in this extremely competitive entertainment delivery industry, will depend upon their ability to quickly deliver the most exciting and reliable content possible, while at the same time minimizing the time it takes to deliver these services, and reducing the cost associated with each subscriber turn-up. While they must aggressively fund the growth of these new services, they must also figure out a way to reduce the cost of ownership of legacy switch and transport infrastructure, while extending the life of that imbedded legacy investment for at least the next 10 years. The cost associated with maintaining this old wireline infrastructure, while wireline subscribers are dropping off like flies, will continue to be a major challenge.”
Michael C. Stephens
President & CEO, CBM of America, Inc.