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Best ever broadband conference here next month

The 2010 MyBroadband Conference will take place on 20 October at Vodaworld in Midrand and it has attracted a speaker line-up of the 'whose who' in the local broadband arena.
The MyBroadband Conference has established itself as the premier broadband event in South Africa, and this years' event promises to be the biggest and best yet.

Speakers at the 2010 MyBroadband Conference include Vodacom CEO Pieter Uys, MWEB CEO Rudi Jansen, Vox Telecom MD Douglas Reed, Broadband Infraco CEO Dave Smith, ECN CEO John Holdsworth, Neotel CTO Angus Hay, Web Africa CEO Matthew Tagg, MTN CTO Sameer Dave, EASSy Director Mike Last and MultiChoice CTO Gerdus van Eeden.

The MC for the event is the radio personality and tech junkie Aki Anastasiou, well known for his 702 Technobyte show and the "Technology and Gadget Show" with Jenny Crwys-Williams.

Thanks to Vodacom's generous support of the MyBroadband Conference the event is free for all delegates and includes a full lunch and refreshments after the event.

Many other companies have thrown their weight behind this industry event and there will be exhibits and networking opportunities at the conference. These companies are Broadband Infraco, Neotel, Vox Telecom, Sophos, Miro distribution, MultiChoice, Nology, SEACOM and BlackBerry.

More information about the event is available here:
http://mybroadband.co.za/general/conference2010/speakers.html

Free registrations here:
http://surveys.mybroadband.co.za/index.php?sid=18839&lang=en

28 Sep 2010 12:31

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