IEC Releases Exclusive Broadband World Forum Europe 2005 Content

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IEC RELEASES EXCLUSIVE BROADBAND WORLD FORUM EUROPE 2005 CONTENT ON
DVD PROFORUM SERIES

CHICAGO January 18, 2006 With the overwhelming success of the
International Engineering Consortium's (IEC's) recent Broadband World
Forum Europe in Madrid, Spain, which saw nearly 6,000 information and
communication technology (ICT) professionals register, the IEC today
announced the full access of the conference's exclusive content via
the second edition of its ProForum Series in DVD format.

Granting industry professionals and students access to the extensive
amounts of cutting-edge information covered at the Broadband World
Forum Europe 2005, the most recent edition allows viewers to assess
the true costs and opportunities of broadband, the operational
experiences of key service providers, the latest developments in IPTV,
triple play, quadruple play, UMTS, WiMAX, and much more.

More than 90 exhibiting companies along with key sponsors shared
research, developments, and information including Telefónica
(official sponsor), Siemens, Huawei, Acterna, Alcatel, ECI, Marconi,
Fujitsu, Motorola, Accenture, AVICI, Ericsson, Keymile, Microsoft TV,
Packetfront, AVM, Cisco Systems, F-Secure, Italtel, Lucent
Technologies, Motive, Netcentrex, Nokia, Nortel Networks, Pirelli,
Riverstone Networks, Tellabs, Telsey, and Texas Instruments.

Key speakers featured in the ProForum Series include Paul Berriman
(PCCW Limited), Andrew Burke (BT Entertainment), Ibrahim Gedeon (TELUS
Communications), Julio Linares Lopez (Telefonica), Tadanobu
Okada (NTT), Stefano Pileri (Telecom Italia Group), Philippe Ribonnet
(Belgacom), Mauro Righetti (Italtel), Eric Small (BellSouth), and
Jean-Philippe Vanot (France Telecom).

Attendee Ofer Raviv, Vice President of Marketing and Sales Support in
the Broadband Access Division at ECI, stated, "The Broadband World
Forum is indeed one of the very few yearly occasions that raises the
challenge of truly debating the true cost and opportunities of
broadband!"

This second edition of the ProForum Series offers countless sessions,
workshops, plenary panels, and keynote addresses from the content-
filled event. With video, audio, and presentation material
synchronized on DVD, the second edition is an excellent resource for
industry professionals and students alike to analyze content as if
actually there.

The IEC's Broadband World Forum Europe 2005
http://www.iec.org/events/2005/bbwf/ , unmatched by any other
communications event, hosted more than 90 exhibitors, drew nearly
6,000 industry professionals to register, and presented more than 60
sessions over four days at the Palacio Municipal de Congresos de
Madrid. Encouraging professionals to learn and share information, the
event fulfilled the IEC's commitment to catalyzing positive change
in technology, business, and academia.

For more information, visit www.iec.org/pubs/print/browse_dss.html,
contact Lisa Reyes at mailto:lreyes@iec.org, or call +1-312-559-3325.


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