January 14-15, 2006
The ChinaTel Summit 2006, to be held on January 14-15, 2006 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Honolulu, Hawaii will provide an excellent venue for attendees to discuss the telecom and ICT market opportunities in China and to establish new business relationships. It is conveniently scheduled to allow attendees to participate in the PTC annual conference, January 15-18, 2006, also at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
The ChinaTel Summit is organized by Information Gatekeepers Inc. and is supported by Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications and the Pacific Telecommunications Council.
"IGI has been organizing its annual ChinaTel Summit conference since 1996 and the event has become a venue where U.S. companies learn about the latest policy and market development in China. The market intelligence and the contacts made at the ChinaTel Summit will be vital to the success of communications companies trying to do business in China," said Dr. Hui Pan, Chair of the ChinaTel Summit, and Chief Economist of IGI.
The ChinaTel Summit will highlight the following markets and technologies in China: Telecom Policy and Regulations, 2G and 3G Mobile, IPTV, VoIP, xDSL, FTTH (Fiber to the Home), Cable Access, Ethernet, WiMAX, WLAN, and Fixed Wireless. The event offers the best opportunities to network and exchange views on future business development strategies in the rapidly expanding telecom and ICT markets in China.
There is a half-day intensive China Telecom and ICT Regulations Workshop conducted by Jeanette Chan of Paul Weiss, and Tara Giunta of Paul Hastings.
For more information contact Dr. Hui Pan, Conference Chairman, IGI, email: email@example.com or phone 1-617-782-5033. Please visit the conference website www.chinatel.us
for more information or to register for the event.