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Globalcomm 2006: A Look Back
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6/9/2006  |  Post a comment
Oh, boy are we, um... tired. (Yeah, that's it.) So we present this final show from Globalcomm 2006 in highlight form, hitting on some of the most interesting telecom insights and sound bites from the show. Guests in this special show include TIA President Matt Flanigan, Nortel's George Riedel, Globecast's Christian Pinon, Cam Cullen of Reef Point Systems, and retired Ciena mascot, Lightworks Lou
Globalcomm 2006: Broadband
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6/8/2006  |  Post a comment
Our final day at Globalcomm 2006 features breaking news from Nortel's George Riedel, as well as insights on the broadband market from BT Wholesale's Paul Reynolds, AT&T's Robin Bienfait, Alcatel's Basil Alwan, and Patrick Esser, President of Cox Communications
Globalcomm Day One
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6/6/2006  |  Post a comment
LRTV's first day at Globalcomm 2006 features interviews with TIA president Matt Flanigan, UIEvolution president Chris Ruff, Heavy Reading's Rick Thompson, and commentary by special correspondent Ed Wrankle


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