C&N sponsors Voice on the Net Canada

Large organizations are relying more on Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) technology for their wide-area networks. Find out more in the March issue of Communications & Networking, which also includes coverage from the RSA Security Conference and a case study on the City of Saskatoon¹s

use of storage virtualization. Stay tuned for the April issue, which includes a feature on voice over IP.

C&N is a media sponsor for Voice on the Net (VON) Canada, scheduled April 19 through 21 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. This year¹s event features speakers (including Avaya¹s Tracy Fleming, Ian Angus of TeleManagement and Ronald Gruia of Frost & Sullivan) and an exposition floor with IP Communications solutions providers. For more information, see

www.voncanada.com .

C&N is also the technology publication sponsor for the Canadian Telecom Summit, scheduled May 30 through June 1 at the Toronto Congress Centre.

Working in partnership with GST Conferences, the event this year is expanding to a three-day format, with the first day acting as a preliminary event – operating with multiple tracks, together with keynote addresses at the opening, closing and luncheon. The Summit itself will be the latter two days, following a similar format to previous years. This year’s speakers will include executives from BCE, Telus, Avaya, MCI, Sprint Canada and Allstream.

For more information, see www.gstconferences.com

Contact: Greg Meckbach [email protected]

Sales contact: Brad McBride [email protected]

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