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IEC honors innovative contributions with infovision awards at Broadband World Forum Europe 2005

10 октября 2005
Honoring innovative contributions to progress in the information industry, the International Engineering Consortium (IEC) today announced the InfoVision Award winners at this year’s Broadband World Forum Europe, held 3–6 October in Madrid, Spain.

The InfoVision Award program recognizes corporations and individuals for pioneering developments in technologies, applications, products, advances, and services judged to be the most unique and beneficial in the telecommunications industry.

With hundreds of submissions and only two winners in each of the eight categories, the highly-coveted awards gave tribute to those catalyzing positive change in technology, business, and academia, completely in line with the IEC’s mission.

2005 award winners include the following submissions and companies, respectively:

Access Network Technologies and Services
  • MultiNode-B; Cirpack
  • Intelligent Services Access Manager (ISAM) – Voice Package; Alcatel

    Network and Services Management and Operations
  • Cramer5; Cramer
  • OnlineConnect – IP traffic input for ISPs; DT

    Wireless Broadband
  • BreezeMAX; Alvarion
  • NetScreen-5GT Wireless; Juniper Networks

    Content, Entertainment, Applications, and Services
  • Microsoft TV IPTV Edition; Microsoft
  • Videotelephony; France Telecom

    Broadband Appliances, Devices, and Home Networking
  • Honet UA5000; Huawei
  • EdgeBOX; Critical Software

    Enabling Silicon and Component-Level Technologies
  • VINAX VDSL2/ ADSL2+ chipset; Infineon
  • Evolutive WiMAX DM256 Series; Wavesat

    Network Core Innovation and Advances
  • Carrier Routing System and IOS XR Software; Cisco Systems
  • OptiTap Connector; Corning Cable Systems

    Metro Network Technologies and Services
  • MetaLIGHT Ethernet-over-Copper platform; Actelis
  • FSP 150; ADVA Optical Networking

    The IEC’s Broadband World Forum Europe, unparallel to any other communications event, is hosting more than 90 exhibitors, more than 4,000 attendees, and presenting more than 160 sessions over four days at the Palacio Municipal de Congresos de Madrid. The two-day WiMAX Global ComForum also is taking place at the event, addressing technology and business challenges associated with WiMAX wireless broadband networks. Encouraging professionals to learn and share information, both events fulfill the IEC’s commitment to catalyzing positive change in technology, business, and academia.


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