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1 May 18-20, 2011 Gaylord Texan Grapevine, TX A Summit, A Digital Marketplace, and a Live Event 1 SECURITY RELIABILITY SCALABILITY PERFORMANCE SUSTAINABILITY

2 CRITICAL BUSINESS MODELS NON-TRADITIONAL ALLIANCES GLOBAL MARKET POSITIONING THE CHANGING VALUE CHAIN THOUGHT LEADERSHIP 2 May 18-20, 2011 Gaylord Texan Grapevine, TX A Summit, A Digital Marketplace, and a Live Event

3 What’s NEW and UNIQUE about TIA 2011? 1.A focus on all aspects of the Network – transport, mobile backhaul, architecture, security, regulatory issues, sustainability, Smart Grid, smart devices, servers and data centers, the Cloud, the edge and the needs of the customers of our industry 2.A series of interactive Summit sessions, focused on innovation and future needs relating to the Network from the customer’s perspective 3.May 18-20, three days of non-concurrent Summit sessions and exhibits 4.An online (virtual) Digital Marketplace, running April-June 2011, enabling international outreach, advance matchmaking and meetings, and greater exhibitor ROI based on increased number of leads 5. Technology tours hosted by Dallas area ICT companies 6. Matchmaking opportunities and Buyers Program 7. Meetings of TIA members and standards committees 8. Better booth rates than at any other similar event, with extra TIA membership benefits 9. Educational sessions for both business and technical professionals 10.Dallas location A Summit, A Digital Marketplace, and a Live Event 3 May 18-20, 2011 Gaylord Texan Grapevine, TX

4 The Live Event is a business forum enabling suppliers and vendors to demo their innovative products, meet business prospects and partners, and engage in interactive discussions about the future of the Network. Numerous branding and marketing opportunities include: Exhibition space Meeting space Presentation theater Matchmaking opportunities Virtual presence in the 3- month Digital Marketplace The Live Event is a business forum enabling suppliers and vendors to demo their innovative products, meet business prospects and partners, and engage in interactive discussions about the future of the Network. Numerous branding and marketing opportunities include: Exhibition space Meeting space Presentation theater Matchmaking opportunities Virtual presence in the 3- month Digital Marketplace Opening its virtual doors one month prior to the Live Event, the Digital Marketplace expands your access: International scope 24/7, one month before and one month after Live Event Using the power of the Internet 2.0 Streamed video Timely blogs Avatars in virtual booth Social networking and plan to meet at the Live Event Opening its virtual doors one month prior to the Live Event, the Digital Marketplace expands your access: International scope 24/7, one month before and one month after Live Event Using the power of the Internet 2.0 Streamed video Timely blogs Avatars in virtual booth Social networking and plan to meet at the Live Event THE DIGITAL MARKETPLACE April – June, 2011 THE DIGITAL MARKETPLACE April – June, 2011 THE LIVE EVENT May 18-20, 2011 THE LIVE EVENT May 18-20, 2011 The TIA Summit is made up of pre-event specialty workshops, high-level TIA Vision roundtables, and a series of educational sessions. Attendees will confront critical business issues facing network operators and technology suppliers. Begins on May 17 Engaging Tier 1, 2 & 3 service providers Introducing utilities and rural coops TIA Vision Roundtables will bring together thought leaders to discuss the future of the Network with CTOs of enterprise and institutional organizations The TIA Summit is made up of pre-event specialty workshops, high-level TIA Vision roundtables, and a series of educational sessions. Attendees will confront critical business issues facing network operators and technology suppliers. Begins on May 17 Engaging Tier 1, 2 & 3 service providers Introducing utilities and rural coops TIA Vision Roundtables will bring together thought leaders to discuss the future of the Network with CTOs of enterprise and institutional organizations THE SUMMIT 2011 May 17-20, 2011 THE SUMMIT 2011 May 17-20,

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6 6 May 18-20, 2011 Gaylord Texan Grapevine, TX Who Is The Network? THE NETWORK Home Entertainment, Multi-Player Gaming, Consumers Rich Interface Tools & Platform Enablers Enterprise Applications and Cloud Computing Over the Top Video & Enterprise Solutions Providers 3G & 4G Mobile Network Operators Cable and Broadcast Carriers DSL & Fiber Carriers Smart Grid & Home Area Networks Devices & M2M Rural Carriers & ISPs Government, Education, Public Safety, Healthcare, Hospitality, Transportation… Application Developers & Advertisers Creators of the Network Users of The Network Over-the-top (OTT) Providers of Services KEY

7 You and your customers can focus on one topic: The Network Needs of Tomorrow. Enable operators to more rapidly and efficiently build new network-based services Provide outsourcing and managed services to critical network operations Monetize the growth in device connectivity: e-books, smart meters, M2M, industrial control systems Assess net neutrality regulation and the impact on data traffic, competition and new carrier entrants Scale connections profitably to accommodate growth in high- bandwidth services Explore the service aggregation model: OTT plus traditional for a new suite of services Utilize less energy per megabit and minimize your company’s environmental impact TIA 2011 is the gathering for our industry, and it’s all about the Network. A Summit, A Digital Marketplace, and a Live Event 7 May 18-20, 2011 Gaylord Texan Grapevine, TX

8 WHO PARTICIPATES? COOs, CTOs, CFOs, CMOs, engineers and IT community Network operators from around the world Over the Top providers: Google, Skype, Sony and more New entrants: Grid operators and home area networks Manufacturers, OEMs, vendors and distributors 8 TECHNOLOGIES Optical networking, transport and access gear suppliers Broadband wireless and fixed architectures 3G and 4G backhaul solutions Converged network solutions suppliers Network management, billing and back office Data Centers & storage Sustainable end-to-end solutions Smart Grid Technologies Smart Devices, M2M Security Solutions

9 Engage and Influence Customers Engage and Influence Customers BUSINESS CONVERSATIONS BRANDING THOUGHT LEADERSHIP Meetings Matchmaking Social functions Customer training Meetings Matchmaking Social functions Customer training Exhibit booth Virtual booth Sponsorships Advertising Product showcase Exhibit booth Virtual booth Sponsorships Advertising Product showcase Video spotlight TIA Vision sessions Technology demos Real-time polling Video spotlight TIA Vision sessions Technology demos Real-time polling 9

10 The Summit We make the network; What can it do for you? SECURITY RELIABILITY SUSTAINABILITY The Business & Technology of The Network May 18-20, 2011 Gaylord Texan Grapevine, TX 10

11 It’s a new service world – and for network operators and their technology partners, the business of broadband communications is changing rapidly. Customers don’t have to choose services anymore from the carrier. Today, services come from anywhere; they could be out on the Internet, in the Cloud or delivered by anyone who can serve an unmet need. TIA 2011 confronts this changing landscape in a unique and illuminating format – 3 TIA Vision Roundtable Keynotes focusing on the changing business models of network operators, network and technology demands from a billion more devices, and what the era of applications means to manufacturers. 11 ICT Industry Vision 2011

12 ISSUES TO BE EXPLORED The new value chain: transport or partner or enabler? Building new platforms and ecosystems for a new model of service delivery Redefining the upstream customer: App developer? Advertiser? Game developer? Consumer? What is the role of service providers and how will they participate in the new service ecosystem? Understanding the implications to service providers when the customer experience is a function of non-carrier providers – Google, Apple, Sony, Nintendo Utilizing network assets such as quality of service controls or unified communications capabilities to remain relevant and extract value in the new digital value chain 12

13 New service offerings and applications are able to drive higher average revenue per user for network operators. For U.S. service providers, it’s all about offering an addressable source of content at a certain price. 13 Applications & Services on the Converged Network The Summit

14 Applications & Services on the Converged Network ISSUES TO BE EXPLORED VPN architectures and service offerings, coverage and profitability The 3DTV business – weighing network needs with bundled revenue gain New products in VoD, Picture-in-Picture browsing and Call Display on the TV screen Bundling OTT service with traditional carrier services for differentiation Conference and collaboration -- opportunities in SME and telepresence markets Generating positive ROI and support revenue from the SME market for conferencing systems Service provider opportunities in education, healthcare and government verticals Strategic decisions on bundling conferencing solutions, reselling, adding value to the carrier brand with a new suite of services Developer tools, design applications and digital media add-ons to conferencing products 14 The Summit

15 Enabling Technology on the Converged Network As service providers strive to leverage their network assets to deliver a broad array of business, residential and mobile services, the optimization of their transport infrastructure stands to play a key role in ensuring profitability and a superior user experience. The challenge for service providers is to establish scalable backbone infrastructures. Closer integration of IP and optical transport networks offers significant opportunities for reducing transport costs and increasing network efficiency. A converged network backbone leverages optics and together to deliver the lowest cost per bit for reliable transport across the backbone for the breadth of existing and emerging services. Meanwhile, network decision-makers are faced with choices on an array of access technologies that have long-term implications for their networks. Summit programming at TIA 2011 explores the trends in next- generation transport and access platforms and show how these technologies can both enable new services and make use of currently deployed broadband access infrastructure. The Summit 15

16 Enabling Technology on the Converged Network ISSUES TO BE EXPLORED Packet optical transport aggregation and transport infrastructures Evolution from traditional TDM to next-generation IP networks ROADMs and wavelength-selective switching: Boosting core performance FTTx: Changing the economics of bandwidth to the premises Bonded VDSL: extending the reach of fiber deployments WiMAX: 4G Contender or niche remote access solution? The Summit 16

17 Sustainable Network Operations The ICT industry accounts for 2-3% of carbon emissions on a worldwide basis. Every day network connections increasingly carry with them more voice, data and video content. That increased amount of data and content means that more capacity, and thus more power, is required to run the Network. This track focuses on integrating economic, social and environmental issues into your business strategy to provide greater value. The Summit 17

18 Sustainable Network Operations BUSINESS CASE CHALLENGES Dollars and Watts: Improving energy use and efficiency throughout all facilities Dematerialization: Systematic electronic data transfer and storage Initiatives to reduce energy consumption in fiber systems Building an organizational culture of sustainability Minimizing the environmental impact of your products through their entire life cycle Product Stewardship TECHNOLOGY & SOLUTIONS Tools for measuring total company impact Energy management of wireless access networks Strategies to retire, remove, replace obsolete equipment Technical and operational initiatives established and implemented that enable greater energy/power efficiencies The Summit 18

19 The Utility Network The communications needs of electric utilities are evolving as smart grid, advanced meter infrastructure and advanced technologies are deployed. This educational track focuses on the network issues facing utility and energy companies, and the role carriers play in the new utility network. 19 The Summit

20 The Utility Network BUSINESS CASE CHALLENGES Carriers vs. Utility Network; which is the most cost-effective strategy for the Utility company in terms of security, reliability, backup power, and more Developing carrier grade energy backhaul communications network and data centers for maximum security, reliability and management Automatic meter reading (AMR) and AMI technology options for scalability and deployment, vendor neutrality, security and manageability Service, support and engineering opportunities for service providers and network operators TECHNOLOGY & SOLUTIONS FTTH and wireless last mile solutions for most cost-effective solution Industrial control systems and SCADA network management and monitoring Transmission system infrastructure and technology Security and critical infrastructure protection services 20 The Summit

21 Smart Device & M2M Network As the number of intelligent devices grows (to 430 million in 2013 from 73 million in 2008), and M2M connectivity proliferates in vertical industries from healthcare to transportation, the physical infrastructure needs to accommodate these applications and appliances. This educational track explores the business and technology challenges for a wide range of new device connectivity. 21 The Summit

22 BUSINESS CASE CHALLENGES What are the alliances of the next 10 years as new opportunities arise in industrial connectivity and Machine-to-Machine integration? Mobility vendors may be adding M2M and M2M connectivity platforms to their product lists – threat or opportunity? Strategic decisions related to vertical business segmentation, partnerships and value TECHNOLOGY & SOLUTIONS Network-centric operations, billing and back office support needs Sensor-networks and operational considerations for industrial control systems Protocols and standards necessary to connect smart devices from various market sectors (transportation, government, healthcare, education, public safety, energy, etc.) 22 The Summit Smart Device & M2M Network

23 Mobile Data & Mobile Video Network 23 The Summit Smart phones will account for 41% of unit sales in 2013 (up from 25.3% in 2009 and less than 3% in 2003). As a result, the volume of data that is produced affects the capacity of backhaul and transport networks, as the T1 circuits from legacy deployments cannot scale to meet the demands of the new network of multimedia applications. This educational track confronts strategies and methods to cost effectively adapt to the network challenges from the mobile data explosion.

24 .. Mobile Data & Mobile Video Network BUSINESS CASE CHALLENGES Best solutions to expand the footprint, extend reach and scale your network needs Network design methodologies to reduce CAPEX and manage OPEX for lower recurring service costs Migrating from dual/hybrid backhaul approach (TDM plus IP/Ethernet) to a single IP/Ethernet backhaul The business case for offering IP and Ethernet services (video, VoIP, gaming) Strategies for microcells and picocell deployment TECHNOLOGY & SOLUTIONS Timing and synchronization in an IP/Ethernet network Different transport options for ROI: copper, microwave and fiber Engineering end-to-end services over a converged legacy and 3G network 24 The Summit

25 Net Neutrality and Reality 25 The Summit Convergence within the Internet world has blurred the lines between transmission and information, between network and application, and between service provider and enterprise. With so many rapid innovations in the broadband industry, is your senior team up to date on the recent wave of rulings, guidelines and even Commission comments? This specialty track at the TIA 2011 Summit is designed to offer a well-balanced and objective view of the issues shaping our industry inside the Beltway. It offers insightful analysis on important topics, including Net Neutrality, the National Broadband Plan, broadband policy and more, from a line-up of industry leaders from both the vendor and service provider communities.

26 .. Net Neutrality and Reality ISSUES TO BE EXPLORED FCC and Net Management: what does post-Mid-term elections mean for broadband policy? How has the “Third Way” proposal and the concept of “forbearance” affected regulatory structure over the past year? Update on implementation of the National Broadband Plan; what have been the challenges, the surprises and the implications on policy going forward? Net neutrality and Title 2 guidelines. Nearly a year following the BitTorrent court ruling, what has been the response of Congress? Of the FCC? How is the Commission trending in Net Neutrality enforcement, rule- making and policy? Spectrum constraints and use: broadcast, white space and public safety considerations A perspective from the Courts: how will court action over the first half of 2011 affect regulatory structure? The changing nature of the networked economy, and its role in regulating information and internet services The looming spectrum crisis and the expectations that expansion of the secondary market will solve the problem PLUS: A cross-industry panel to debate and discuss new technology investment in a world with Net Neutrality regulation and without it. 26 The Summit

27 Telecom Accounting The Summit Telecom carriers (Wireline, Wireless, ILEC, CLEC, Cable) and TIA members should be aware of how costs are and should be treated at telecommunications companies. In addition, all audiences should have a solid understanding of the ever-changing complexity of rural telecom accounting issues and requirements. Carriers and TIA members will benefit from an improved knowledge base of pending USF/intercarrier compensation reform and the implications of the Nation Broadband Plan and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act stimulus money. Moss Adams, the 11th largest accounting and consulting firm in the United States and the largest full service CPA firm that specializes in providing audit, regulatory consulting and training to the rural telecommunications industry, will create two specialized tracks – one for service providers and one for equipment vendors.

28 Telecom Accounting The Summit The Telecom 101 Training provides carriers and TIA member companies with a solid knowledge base of the operating cycle of rural telecom carriers, the regulatory framework and ratemaking process that drives their revenues and current audit, tax, accounting and regulatory issues the carriers encounter. These factors are key inputs in the decision making process for operations and for equipment purchases. Sessions include: Industry fundamentals: terminology, definitions, rate of return regulation, network overview, industry challenges, financial benchmarks and metrics Applicable FCC accounting and finance rules (Parts 32, 54, 64, 36, 69) Revenue cycle for rural carriers Universal Service Support NECA settlements End user and access billing Areas where TIA members can leverage the process to support business development initiatives

29 TIA 2011 will offer compelling reasons for service providers and carriers to attend, including meeting with suppliers to plan access and transport network capacity and preparing their teams for growth in: High-volume enterprise date apps Wired and mobile data traffic putting pressure on existing capacity Conference and collaboration applications Sustainability and green services Share best practices with other corporate and operations industry professionals Learn new standards and benchmarks to grade your company’s sustainability index Offer career growth paths for personnel Find out what services you can offer enterprise customers in sustainability, green and energy reduction Meet new customers from the energy and utility sector Explore the impact on network capacity for new energy/utility grid networks Special for Tier 2&3 Service Providers: Understand the opportunities and guidelines in the $7.2 billion stimulus package for expansion of broadband services. The funds will be used to deploy broadband infrastructure in unserved and underserved areas. 29 A Compelling Case for Service Providers to Attend


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