IEC, IEEE team up for EntNet

Nov. 30, 2005
Nov. 30, 2005 - EntNet will focus on enterprise network requirements and technology evolutions.

The International Engineering Consortium and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers have announced their continued partnership to bring EntNet to the first Broadband World Forum Americas 2006.

The announcement was made in a signing ceremony during the 2005 IEEE Globecom conference in St. Louis, MO.

Designed to provide enterprise practitioners, business owners, researchers, designers, developers, integrators, and technical leaders with solutions to the latest in communications technology, the International Engineering Consortium (IEC) and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)'s EntNet will focus on enterprise network requirements and technology evolutions.

"The International Engineering Consortium has enjoyed a long and productive relationship with the IEEE," says IEC Senior Director John Janowiak. "Both organizations strive to serve the industry's continuing education needs through quality programs such as EntNet."

The educational program is designed to reveal details on cutting-edge technology important to enterprise, such as implementing wireless communication, real-time enterprise challenges, enterprise Web services, advanced Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technologies, quadruple play, interoperability and integration of enterprise networks and services and more.

"The unique IEEE ComSoc and IEC partnership facilitates serving both the technical and practitioner community, utilizing the technological innovations for business applications and pitching it to business leaders," says IEEE representative Shri Goyal. "Our successful collaboration on the Enterprise Networking and Services Conference, EntNet, is a testimonial to this win-win strategy. We look forward to continued success"

Through each of its sessions, EntNet will show businesses how to cut operations costs, increase profit margin, gain in employee productivity and increase efficiency in information and communications efforts.

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