Just 19 days until the London WAN Summit!

22 Aug 2014

TeleGeography’s WAN Summit London will bring together corporate WAN strategists and service providers on 10 September to discuss common challenges, gain new perspectives, and to build business relationships with potential suppliers, customers, and peers.

Register now at www.wansummit.com/london/registration!

With less than three weeks to go, momentum is building! Join senior network managers from companies like Bloomberg, Chevron, Cisco, Google, Morgan Stanley, Roche, Schlumberger, and Volkswagen, and leading service providers around the world, to hear about the latest market and technology trends shaping the networks industry. (View a more complete list of participating companies at www.wansummit.com/london/participating-companies)

Speakers include:

~ Keith Langridge, VP, Network Services, BT Global Services ~ Lionel Marie, Network Architect, Schneider Electric ~ Prenesh Padayachee, Chief Technology Officer, Internet Solutions ~ James Walker, VP, Managed Network Services, Tata Communications

No event offers better opportunities for meaningful interaction between service providers and the managers of large enterprise networks.

Speaking and sponsorship opportunities are still available. To learn more, email wansummit@telegeography.com or call +1-202-741-0072.

http://www.wansummit.com/london

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