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Kuala Lumpur ready to host Broadband World Forum Asia 2011

Broadband World Forum Asia will be held on 10 and 11 May 2011 at the KL Convention Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and this year will be co-located with IP&TV Forum Asia to complement the activity within both the fixed and mobile operator markets and the content and TV ecosystems.

The two-day conference programme boasts more than 100 speakers from over 70 Asia-Pacific operators and includes keynote presentations from host service provider partner Telekom Malaysia (Malaysia), PLDT (Philippines), NTT (Japan), CSL (Hong Kong), PCCW (Hong Kong), Indonesian Telecom Regulatory Authority (Indonesia), VNPT (Vietnam), Chunghwa Telecom (Taiwan) and Bangladesh Telecommunications Company Ltd (Bangladesh).

Broadband World Forum Asia 2011 logoBoth days will begin with a ‘breakfast on a plate’ analyst briefing addressing the challenges and projections for the region, which will be followed by a free-to-attend keynote presentation for all conference and exhibition delegates. Leading the keynote session on day one will be Tang Xinbing, CTO, Network Product Line at Huawei Technologies while day two begins with a presentation from Cheng Jie, SVP at ZTE Corporation.

Broadband World Forum Asia is the largest broadband event in the Asia-Pacific region attracting more than 2,500 delegates from all of the developed and emerging countries across the region. After a brief absence, the event is now back on the telecoms calendar and set to equip the industry with the latest opinions on how to increase revenues and maximise investment in fibre and broadband networks.

To view the full event programme and register for the conference, visit the Broadband World Forum Asia 2011 website at .