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DCIA & CCA Announce BROADBAND NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE Speakers

Washington, DC, October 21, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The Distributed Computing Industry Association (www.DCIA.info) and the Cloud Computing Association (www.cloudcomputingassn.org) today announced the first wave of speakers to participate in BROADBAND NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE, one of three co-located conferences at CLOUD COMPUTING WEST 2012 (CCW:2012), their inaugural strategic business summit taking place November 8th-9th in Santa Monica, CA.

“We’re extremely pleased to have as keynote speakers David Sterling of i3m3 Solutions, Bill Sewell of Wiredrive, Bill Kallman of Scayl, Prabhat Kumar of i3m3 Solutions, Julian Lovelock of HID Global Identity Assurance, Doug Natal of Oracle, Jean-Luc Chatelain of DataDirect Networks, Linda Senigaglia of Navigation Solutions, Ryan Walters of Philotek, Tim Cavanaugh of Cavanaugh Consulting, and Daniel Kenyon of Equilibrium,” said DCIA CEO Marty Lafferty.

At the Conference Luncheon, author Bill Williams will discuss and sign copies of his book "The Economics of Cloud Computing."

“In addition, we’re excited that our BROADBAND NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE panelists include Altman Vilandrie’s Stefan Bewley, Hurricane Electric’s Owen DeLong, Integrated Media Technologies’ Bruce Lyon, Trend Micro’s Bill McGee, CSG Systems’ Monica Ricci, PricewaterhouseCooper’s Jeff Sage, Attend’s Chuck Stormon, Yale University’s Richard Yang, and Huawei’s Ning Zong,” added Lafferty.

CCW: 2012 will feature more than ninety speakers in three co-located conferences focusing on the impact of cloud-based solutions in the industry’s fastest-moving and most strategically important areas: entertainment, broadband, and venture financing.

“Along with an outstanding speaking faculty for our first joint effort with the DCIA, we are also very pleased with the level of participation among exhibitors and sponsors for CCW:2012. This promises to be an enormously valuable and stimulating experience for attendees,” added CCA Executive Director Don Buford.

More information is available at http://bit.ly/TLnJCT and delegates can register to attend at http://bit.ly/RoMHCW.

About the DCIA

The DCIA is an international trade organization, established in 2003, with more than one-hundred industry-leading member companies, including software developers, broadband network operators, and content providers. The DCIA conducts working groups, oversees advocacy initiatives, and publishes the weekly online newsletter DCINFO.

About the CCA

The CCA is an independent membership organization, founded in 2012, dedicated to building a community of end-users and service providers of cloud-based solutions and products through individual professional memberships and industry conferences. The CCA has quickly amassed a contact list of three-hundred thousand industry participants.

Contact Information:
Distributed Computing Industry Association
Kelly Larabee
410-476-7965
Contact via Email
www.dcia.info
Ria Lubis
Cloud Computing Association (CCA)
212-300-2523
[email protected]
www.cloudcomputingassn.org

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