CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Heavy Reading's Graham Finnie will chair the second day of Policy Control taking place in Amsterdam on April 5-6, 2011. Heavy Reading (www.heavyreading.com) is proud to be a Media Partner of this event.
Policy Control is the meeting place for the policy control ecosystem, with the industry's leading operators, vendors, regulators, analysts, press and consultants in attendance. Register here: http://www.policycontrolconference.com/.
As chair, Graham will set the key themes for the day in his opening remarks, and moderate a range of panels and keynote addresses on topics including the transition to tiered pricing models, parental control policies, exposing policies to third-party service providers and giving consumers control over policy.
Graham is Heavy Reading's Chief Analyst. He has been researching telecommunications for over 20 years, formerly as a journalist and latterly as an analyst and consultant. Graham is responsible for a wide range of research, focusing primarily on next-generation broadband services including policy control, a research area that he pioneered more than 5 years ago. To request an onsite meeting, please contact him directly at [email protected]. Read more about Graham here: http://www.heavyreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=39279.
See below for related reports and blogs:
Policy Control & DPI: The New Broadband Imperative: http://www.heavyreading.com/details.asp?sku_id=2264&skuitem_itemid=1133&promo_code=&aff_code=&next_url=%2Fsearch.asp%3F
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