CNIT Paris La Defense lands technology conference

Broadband World Forum Europe to take place in November 2009

The International Engineering Consortium (IEC) is to bring its Broadband World Forum Europe to the CNIT Paris La Defense venue from 7-9 September next year.
The event is set to see 400 engineering experts attend and will be hosted by France Telecom-Orange, whose executive vice president of group networks and information systems Jean-Philippe Vanot will serve as chair.

"On behalf of France Telecom-Orange and the IEC's group of global carrier members, we're pleased to welcome the entire global broadband industry to the state of the art CNIT Paris La Defense," said IEC president John Janowiak. "Together with top solutions providers and equipment manufacturers, industry associations and media, we will continue to deliver the promise of broadband as one industry."

Event chair Jean-Philippe Vanot added: "It will be very exciting and we will address the challenges facing both fixed and mobile broadband. It will be a great event."

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