Dark Fibre Convention to meet in London next month
London, 18 October 2010 Representatives of companies engaged in provisioning and using Dark Fibre networks are converging in London 4-5 November, at the 3rd annual Dark Fibre Convention. (www.darkfibreconvention.com) KL, LLC (www.xkl.com), an innovative optical network infrastructure solution provider has been announced as Global Platinum Sponsor.
The international convention will assess a wide range of issues including the increased deployment occurring at metro, access, rural and national level and funding mechanisms. The event will also act as a forum for a variety of discussions including recommended regulatory changes Dark Fibre investments as an asset and evaluating its ROI, a deep-dive review of Dark Fibre costs and its impact on pricing strategies, and a detailed look at customer segments and geographic areas offering new growth opportunities. The conference will also review wholesale dark fibre swaps, trades and pricing. Importantly, dark fibre represents a new tool for enterprises to lower their network operating costs.
The use of Dark Fibre resources by enterprises can improve their business by reducing costs, eliminating delays and permitting more extensive applications of IT resources throughout their operations, commented Len Bosack, CEO of XKL and formerly co-founder of networks giant, Cisco and the opening keynote at the convention.
Industry support for a Dark Fibre networking hub has grown over the past two years, where companies and users engaged in this niche sector can meet and hear directly from senior representatives and thought leaders.
The event will provide a content rich programme designed to deliver insight into growth occurring in the sector with original research presentations, top level case studies from CxOs, VPs and Directors, and provide an open opportunity for attendees to have access to a wide range of national and international networking opportunities.
The convention is sponsored by XKL LLC., i3 Europe, H2O Networks, Vello Systems, Daxten, Surf Telecoms and Teledata. Media partners include datacentres.com, News Search and Erisa.
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