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Just one day left to register for Enterprise Networks 2005 / NextGen Conference
Renaissance Heathrow Hotel, 30 November and 1 December – Register now

Not just another trade show, Enterprise Networks and NextGen Services & Networks is a totally interactive event for VoIP, Security, Next Generation Services, Managed Hosting, Application Performance Management, and more. It’s where punters are coming to try-before-they-buy.

The innovative new feature of test drive workshops has resulted in over 900 test drives and interactive workshops being booked already. These new style events are changing the traditional style of trade show. Visitors want more than information. They want to try the new products out and network with new people. So Speed Networking is another key feature of the show.

Exhibitors include: Motorola (Canopy), Avocent International, BTNaccess, CMA, Colt, Explico, Fluke Networks, PacketExchange, Network Instruments, Siemens and many more.

Conference presentations will be from: OFCOM, Siemens, Access to Broadband Campaign, ORB, UK Network Operators Forum (UKNOF), and many more.

Register now for your free press pass to the UK’s most comprehensive network managers’ event.
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Test drive sessions:
• Fluke Networks - Optiview Etherscope Gigabit Solutions
• Corning Cables – Unicam Connector Technology
• Avocent – A better way to securely manage your IT infrastructure
• Network Instruments – Is your network VoIP ready?
• Network Instruments – Trouble shooting your network
• Explico – Four essentials of WAN optimisation

Interactive workshops:
• “The future of the internet – overcoming performance limitations” hosted by Packet Exchange
• “Infrastructure solutions for 10GB Ethernet applications” hosted by Reichle & De- Massari UK
• “Making wireless work for you” a hands-on workshop hosted by Motorola (Canopy), ACAL Electronics, Orthogon Systems, Fortress Technology and Colubris Networks

Metro Ethernet Forum
The Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) will be holding its European workshop, with a free half-day session ‘Carrier Ethernet for the Enterprise’, a full program of presentations from leading service providers, equipment vendors and certification test labs. MEF is also launching its new ‘European Service Provider of the Year’ awards at Enterprise Networks, the winners being announced at the show’s Networking Dinner on 30th November.

Running alongside Enterprise Networks is NextGen Services and Networks, a two day conference covering the operational, regulatory and implementation issues of next generation services and networks.