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Name: Why Is NJ Good For Telecom
Date: September 19, 2017
Time: 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
NJ may not be as big of a tech hub as NY or SF, but it was recently labeled the #1 State for Broadband Telecommunications & the #2 State for IT Jobs. It is home to established institutions like Goldman Sachs, Barclays, and PwC, a host of technology companies and universities such as NJIT, Rutgers, Princeton and Stevens.. How can companies leverage the low cost of bandwidth?  Should companies move into the cloud or data centers?  Is NJ Fiber Rich?  Join us for an overview of the pluses (and maybe a few minuses) of this industry sector in the state and where it will be going in the future.

Speakers include:

 
Surinder Anand, VP of Product Management, Kirusa 
Assemblyman Wayne DeAngelo, Chair, NJ State Assembly Utilities & Telecom Committee
Phil Lamoureux, Lead Solutions Architect, Juniper Networks
Gina M. LaPlaca, Esq., Director, State Government Affairs – NJ, Verizon
Patrick Morgan, Enterprise Account Manager, Lightower Fiber Networks
Gil Santaliz, CEO, NJ Fiber Exchange - NJFX
Event Sponsors:
  • Digital Realty
Location:
Juniper Networks
200 Somerset Corporate Blvd.
Bridgewater, NJ
Date/Time Information:
4 pm: Roundtables on Security and Cloudification of Mobile Services
5 pm: Panel
6 pm: Networking reception
Contact Information:
Paul Frank
Fees/Admission:
NJ Tech Council Members: $20
Future Members: $40
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