Korea Communications Commission will Hold Conference on the Theme of 'Smart Communications: Revolution and Evolution'

May 08, 2012, 09:03 ET from Korea Internet & Security Agency

SEOUL, South Korea, May 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- 'The 8th Korea Communications Conference (hereafter "The Conference")' will be held on May 15-16, 2012 at COEX, Grand Ballroom by Korea Communications Commission (KCC), and Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA).

This conference will diagnose the current condition of industry development through trend analysis, and suggest the direction and vision for communications providers living broadcasting and Communications Convergence era.

There will be four tracks of 'What's Next? Smart Broadcasting,' 'Up in the Cloud,' 'Getting Smart - Mobile Applications' and 'Policy Focus: Transition & Approach.' Suk-Chae Lee (Chief Executive Officer, KT Corporation, KOREA), Rajeev Suri (Chief Executive Officer, Nokia Siemens Networks, SINGAPORE) and C. Randy Giles (Executive Director & President, Bell Labs Seoul, USA) will run keynote speech.

And John Tate (Director, Strategic Operations, BBC), Mickey Kim (Head of Google TV Partnerships), Duke M. Hur (Vice President, Engineering, Samsung Electronics), Zane Adam (Senior Director, Public Cloud Service & Business (Azure), Microsoft) and others will participate in this conference as expert speakers.

'The 8th Korea Communications Conference' will be run as the largest scale in Domestic communications related events. Local & overseas experts will provide insightful information concerning the role and vision of communications, and the people working in foreign governments and international institutions will analyze the  current status of communications.

In addition, 'New Technology Press Promotion' which can show their excellent products of major and small-medium companies to overseas  journalists as well as local journalists will be held at once with 'The 8th Korea Communications Conference' at COEX, KOREA on May 14.

Entry is free and pre-registration is available on official home page. For more information, please click the link: http://www.kccconference.kr/

SOURCE Korea Internet & Security Agency