Golden, Colorado – (The Hosting News) – September 16, 2005 – ISPCON 2005 is promising top brass from Covad Communications, GoDaddy, Peer 1 Networks, EV1Servers and the I$P Hosting Report to address the “New Era of Competition” and “Building the Uber-Host” at Santa Clara Convention Center, October 18-20.
On the first day of the show, Tuesday, October 18, 2005 from 2:00 to 3:00p.m., Charles E. Hoffman, President and CEO of Covad Communications Group, will discuss how Covad’s recent moves in VoIP and wireless are helping to mitigate the challenges of policy shifts in DC on their bottom line to yield the innovative broadband services that were originally intended for customers — with or without the FCC’s help. Covad’s CEO will discuss how the company is making that dream a reality with services such as Voice over IP and WiMAX.
On Wednesday, October 19, from 10:00 to 11:00a.m., web hosting power-houses will take the stage for a depth-charged hosting keynote panel titled, “Hosting 2.0: Building the Uber-Host.” Moderator and attorney, David Snead, will lead the discussion between Warren Adelman, the COO of GoDaddy; Robert Marsh, the CEO of EV1Servers; Mark Teolis, the CTO of Peer 1 Networks; and Paul Stapleton, an Industry Analyst and Banker with the I$P HOSTING Report. The keynote gathers visionaries behind powerful companies driving explosive gains with diverging strategies such as organic growth, lateral business expansion, roll-ups, vertical market segmentation and aggressive marketing of broadening service portfolios in the new world of hosting and web services.
ISPCON Fall 2005 will be an information-packed event, from the key technology challenges facing today’s competitive service provider to the explosive business opportunities in emerging markets. Themed “The Next Era of Competition,” the ISPCON Fall 2005 conference will focus on driving the entire Internet services industry forward with unmatched service levels, emerging technologies, untapped markets and rich opportunities to compete and prosper. ISPCON Fall 2005 will take place October 18-20, 2005, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif. For more information and registration, please visit the official website at http://www.ispcon.com.
The Internet industry’s foremost event for technology and service innovation is where trends develop into the next must-have services for businesses and consumers. The event features a massive conference, keynote speakers, networking EXCHANGE sessions and open forum discussions alongside a sell-out trade show floor packed with 120+ exhibitors. Sessions in this fall’s conference will address business issues, such as “The Top 10 Managed/Value-added Services of Today and Tomorrow” or “Municipal Networks and You: Embracing the Reality.” Emerging opportunities such as “Rebirth of the ASP: Profiting from SaaS and Managed Services” and “Hosting Reliable and Profitable MS Exchange Services”; VoIP sessions, such as “Turning to IP Voice to Generate New Revenue Streams”; and Wireless topics, such as “VoIP over Wireless: Developing and Marketing Profitable Services” and “WiMAX: Experience from the Field.” See the full schedule at http://www.ispcon.com/fall2005/attend-tracks.asp.
Other speakers include Dave Baker, VP, Law and Public Policy, Earthlink, Inc.; Paul Butcher, Marketing Manager for State & Local Government, Intel Americas, Inc.; Greg Richardson, Managing Partner, Civitium, LLC.; Arthur G. Giftakis, VP, Engineering and Operations, Towerstream; Dan Hoffman, President & CEO, M5 Networks; Dave Anderson, CEO, Sendmail; John Lilly, Board Member, Director of ISP Relations, Mozilla Corporation; Elliot Noss, President and CEO, Tucows Inc.; Morgan Cole, Senior Product Manager for Hosted Messaging and Collaboration, Microsoft; Brad Miller, CEO, Perimeter Internetworking; and John McKown, President & CEO, Delaware.Net.