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TelcoTV to Become TelcoVision

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Today TelcoTV announced that North America's largest conference and expo devoted to the future success of Tier 2-Tier 4 communication service providers will be re-named TelcoVision®. The name change goes into effect at the close of this week's TelcoTV 2012, taking place October 24 to 26, 2012 at the Las Vegas Hotel, Nevada. Visit TelcoVision at www.telcovisiononline.com.

TelcoVision will build on the legacy TelcoTV has established over a decade, and will be dedicated to the future success of Tier 2-Tier 4 operators as these companies transform their networks into all-IP broadband engines. TelcoVision will continue to cover cutting-edge video opportunities, including monetizing OTT video and exploring new revenue opportunities in the video realm through targeted advertising, and the incorporation of social media and new applications. TelcoVision will remain jointly owned by UBM TechWeb, the global leader in technology media and professional information, and the NTCA, the premier national advocate and essential partner for independent, rural, community-based communications providers. Light Reading and Heavy Reading will continue to provide key network transformation information and expertise with a specific focus on the Tier 2, Tier 3 and Tier 4 markets for TelcoVision. To learn more please visit http://www.telcovisiononline.com/lasvegas/.

"Even as we change our name to TelcoVision, we remain dedicated to the market that we've served for over a decade – broadband network service providers," said Carol Wilson, Program Chairwoman, TelcoVision. "While public focus often centers on the largest telecom players, there are hundreds of medium and small operators who are not only driving innovation and collectively purchasing large volumes of equipment and software, but also playing a significant role in the broadband future of the U.S. To meet their changing needs, TelcoVision will encompass video services, wireless options and business opportunities such as Ethernet and cloud, delivering the latest information on technology, business strategies and market success stories."

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