The New Future
By Wil Payton, Communications Specialist, Connected Nation
Puerto Rico. (November 2, 2011) – Things are gearing up for the Puerto Rico Telecom Conference 2011 that is being hosted by the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce (PRCC) on November 9 in San Juan.
This event is designed to provide opportunities for exchanging ideas about how telecommunications technologies, greater Internet access, and online information flow can help companies to communicate, transact and innovate.
The conference will provide a unique opportunity to share insights and ideas with colleagues and peers, and network with visionaries, including expert speakers, key stakeholders, and business leaders redefining the digital world. Some 300 executives and entrepreneurs from the telecom and technology sector will attend the conference.
One conference session of broad scope is Broadband Innovation and Expansion in Puerto Rico. It will be moderated by Juan Aguayo-Leal, Industrias Puertorriqueñas de PRIDCO. Invited panelist include: Sandra E. Torres López, Esq., President of the Puerto Rico Telecommunications Regulatory Board, Juan Eugenio Rodriguez, Puerto Rico Chief Information Officer, and Oscar Jiménez, President of INTECO.
The subject during the lunch session will be Puerto Rico in Obama’s Broadband Plan and the invited keynote speaker is Anna M. Gómez, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information and Deputy Administrator of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), U.S. Department of Commerce.
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