2016-09-20 - 2016-09-22
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OSP EXPO delivers solutions, products, and technologies for today?s rapid wireless and wireline network evolution. OSP EXPO 2014 brings OSP professionals from ILECs, CLECs and IOCs together to learn, network and purchase products that solve their network challenges. A truly global event, representing more than 40 countries worldwide, OSP EXPO attracts telecom network professionals to discover the latest technologies in the ever-evolving OSP.
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Why Attend? Telecom network professionals, like yourself, from the ILEC, CLEC and IOC communities will learn about the latest technologies in the ever-evolving OSP. You?ll meet with telecom professionals who are showcasing new methods and best practices for solutions of today and tomorrow. And best of all. You?ll network with OSP EXPO?s global audience representing all 50 states and more than 40 countries. Benefits of Attending ?Discover practical solutions to complex, network obstacles and take away the tools and technology it takes to make it all work ?Gain knowledge and exposure to new trends, products, best practices and resources available for your company ?Network with other managers, decision-makers, advocates, influencers, and experts in the telecom industry ?Learn from powerful keynote speakers with a wealth of valuable information ?Attend seminars and earn CEC credits from BICSI,ETA-I, and BCSP ?Gain exposure to new people, new businesses, and new ways of thinking for your business success
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More than 200 telecom vendors and distributors will be showcasing new products, methods, and best practices for solutions of today and tomorrow.

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