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IIR and Optical Transmission Vision announce the 2009 OTV APAC Network Operator Awards

Entry is now open for the inaugural OTV APAC Network Operator Awards which will be awarded at the Optical Transmission Vision APAC conference in Singapore on Monday 19th October 2009.

Singapore (July 28, 2009) / — These awards will recognise excellence in the development and deployment of new and enhanced networks and services across the Asia Pacific region. Judged by senior analysts with specialist knowledge of global developments in key networking technologies and services, the OTV APAC Network Operator Awards are a totally independent and globally significant expression of operator excellence in the region.

Awards judges will include senior analysts from:

Frost & Sullivan
Infonetics Reseach

Lead judge Ovum ….

Key 2009 dates for the OTV APAC Network Operator Awards:

Entry form available on the OTV APAC website –

Entry deadline: Friday 23rd September 2009

Announcement of finalists: Monday 5th October 2009

The winners will be announced as part of the Optical Transmission Vision APAC conference taking place at the Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre on Monday 19th October 2009.

  • Catherine Holley
    Tel: + 44 (0) 207 017 5888

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