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NEC Participates in Broadband World Forum Europe 2008


***For immediate use 25 September, 2008

London, 25 September 2008: From 29 September - 2 October, 2008, NEC will participate in the Broadband World Forum Europe 2008 (BWFE 2008), a premier industry event organized by the International Engineering Consortium (IEC) and held in Brussels Expo, which introduces the latest broadband technologies, devices, applications, solutions and services (

NEC is playing a key role in all areas of the event; with a high profile presence at the conference, on the exhibition floor and as a finalist in the IEC's Infovision Awards, taking place on September 30th during the event,.

NEC's speakers at the conference

Richard Hanscott of NEC Europe will chair the Workshop on "Femtocells -Applications and Solutions"and Viplob Syngal will speak in this workshop.
Workshop 3, Monday 29th September, 10.00-13.00

Steve Lightley of NEC Europe will speak on"Modeling WiMAX and Mesh Networks for Maximum ROI" .
Session A5, Monday 29th September, 16.00-17.30

Shahram Niri of NEC Europe will speak in the session entitled "Will the Move to LTE Boost the Projected Take-Up of Mobile Broadband Access Technologies? "
Session B4, Tuesday, 30th September, 09.00-10.30

Saverio Niccolini of NEC Europe Network Labs will speak on VoIP SEAL, NEC's Internet Telephony Spam Prevention tool during the "Clean Pipe; Clear Conscience?" session.
Session B5, Tuesday, 30th September, 09.00-10.30

Chris Taylor of NEC Australia will speak on Operations Systems during the "Merging the Power of Network and IT: Operations Systems for Layers 1 through 7" session
Session D7, Wednesday, 1st October, 09.00-10.30

NEC's exclusive exhibition at Booth #246

NEC's booth will feature innovative wireless broadband related products such as Long Term Evolution (LTE), Mobile WiMAX and Femtocell. NEC aims to capitalise on BWFE 2008 in order to promote the company's latest broadband products, applications and original business models, which have been developed to meet the ongoing growth of customer needs. This will include the introduction
of the significant advantages of LTE technology, which offershigh performance when compared to conventional base stations, and the introduction of LTE's application service examples.

Additional highlights of the NEC exhibition also include NEC's AM Series range of Multi-Service Access Nodes (MSANs), which provide fibre and DSL access solutions designed to accommodate the bandwidth and service demands of the future. theNEO TE , which has fully opened IPs to mobile backhaul networks; along with NEC's IPTV solution .

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