Event: Broadband World Forum
Dates: 16 October 2012 - 18 October 2012
Location: RAI Exhibition and Convention Center, Amsterdam
AVSystem is happy to invite you to visit our booth at this year’s Broadband World Forum! The exhibition will take place 16-18th October at the RAI Exhibition and Convention Center in Amsterdam. AVSystem holds a strategic position there – we will be located at Booth H19, right next to the delegate lunch area.
You are most welcome to drop by after lunch to have an inspiring conversation about the latest trends in telecommunications and recent major improvements in our TR-069 andunified device management products portfolio. However, it would be best to schedule a meeting with our representative – for this purpose please contact Matjaz Pahor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AVSystem’s presentation will feature the new extremely scalable and efficient multi-master architecture of our Unified Device Management Platform. The recent improvements have made it even easier to deploy, manage and scale. We will be very proud to prove that we have the most efficient provisioning platform in the world!
We will also showcase our new Customer Self Management Application (SMASH), designed to optimize customer experience and maximize the efficiency of business operations. SMASH is fully integrated with our Unified Device Management Platform and can be installed on Android devices which enables the user to perform configuration and troubleshooting directly from their mobile phone. Let us remind you that we were the ones who introduced TR-069 management to Android by creating the CWMPDroid module for our TR-069 library.
For any additional information or to schedule a meeting with AVSystem please reply to Matjaz Pahor at email@example.com.
We are looking forward to meeting you at Broadband World Forum!
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