AVSystem among the Sponsors at ISPA Awards, July 7th, London

event 20 June 2016

Event: ISPA Awards

Dates: 07 September 2016 -

Location: London, UK

AVSystem is glad to support The Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) during the 18th Annual UK Internet Industry Awards. The company will sponsor the category of Best Consumer Broadband Award and present the award during the official ceremony. The award gala will take place on 7th July in London, gathering 300 participants, including major UK Telco Operators and Service Providers.

AVSystem is also planning to actively take part in the afternoon Panel Discussion: Network optimization and resilience, where AVSystem’s VP Business Development Robert Rylko will hold a keynote speech. This panel will look at how networks will evolve, how to best manage networks as customers demand more data and cyber threats evolve, and how to ensure cost-effective, high-quality service availability.

About ISPA

The Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA) is the UK’s Trade Association for providers of internet services. ISPA brings together the UK internet industry to provide essential support through innovation, knowledge and experience in order to benefit the UK economy and society. Promoting collaboration and constructive dialogue between its members and the wider internet community, ISPA is an all important driving force for the industry. More about the Association and the Awards Ceremony:

About AVSystem

AVSystem is an expert in large scale device management and monitoring systems combining different devices (xDSL, Cable, LTE dongles, femtocells, FTTh ONT) and different protocols (TR-069, OMA LWM2M, OMA DM, SNMP, etc). AVSystem’s key technology lets Telco Operators monitor the QoE of networks and services based on data collected, even every few minutes, directly from end-users’ devices. 60+ large telcos worldwide prove the superiority of AVSystem’s technology.

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